The second-gen Audi A8 (4E) has received a cosmetic makeover from German tuner JMS. Built between the years 2002 and 2009 (with a facelift in 2007), the flagship model from Ingolstadt is now compatible with a styling kit that freshens up the luxury sedan with a new front spoiler lip installed on the stock front bumper and priced at €329.
JMS has also developed a set of custom side skirts available for €399, along with a revised rear apron priced at €329 and a subtle rear decklid spoiler which will set you back €199. Stock wheels were replaced to make room for the tuner’s 20-inch Oxigin alloy wheels wrapped around in 255/35 ZR20 tires. The alloy wheel set is quite expensive as JMS is asking no less than €2,699 while at an additional cost they are offering an ECU remap, custom sports exhaust system and a “speedpedal” boosting throttle response.
In addition, the second-gen Audi A8 can be equipped with a KW DLC suspension available for €1,299 which lowers the ride height of the full-size German sedan by 45mm front & 35mm rear.
JMS mentions the upgrades are available for the facelifted A8 in both standard and long wheelbase variants.