The first and last one are just renderings. The green one would be nice with different wheels but that bottom one is hideous, except for the color, and would be useless.
Its a racecar, hence the whole mention of motorsports.What kind of car is that that you've linked above? If that's a Stinger body, it certainly doesn't look like one anymore. I'm really curious what sort of builds we'll see in motorsports around the Stinger platform. I wonder just how far professional teams will be able to push its performance.
Not always do aftermarket kits provide weight savings and often the cheaper stuff are made out of material that weigh just as much as the OEM stuff. Even when you do find the lighter stuff that costs more, its not that much you're saving.Aside from aesthetics the real reason to use aftermarket body kits is for the weight savings they provide. I haven't seen many sites selling aftermarket body kits atm, and I have a feeling most of them will require expensive shipping/importing. The only things I've come across are universal kits, which I have no interest in.