TURN YOUR FRONT BUMPER INTO A WIDEBODY FRONT BUMPER
The MadPSI Front Bumper Widebody Add-Ons is an add-on aero piece that can be molded to your front bumper to make it a widebody front bumper.
MATCH YOUR FRONT BUMPER WITH THE MADPSI VENTED FRONT FENDER FLARES
The MadPSI Front Bumper Widebody Add-Ons were designed and developed together with the MadPSI Vented Front Fender Flares. As a result, the MadPSI Front Bumper Widebody Add-Ons and MadPSI Vented Front Fender Flares perfectly complement each other, fit together like two pieces of a puzzle, and seamlessly continue the 1-inch bevel and tapered fender flare onto your front bumper.
A MORE PREMIUM, AGGRESSIVE, AND MODERN DESIGN LANGUAGE
One of the essential goals of designing the MadPSI Front Bumper Widebody Add-Ons is to upgrade the MR2 to a more premium, aggressive, and modern design language. While Toyota sold the MR2 in the 1990s, it actually designed the MR2 in the 1980s. The MR2 is showing its age. Its flat OEM front bumpers are bland, boring, conservative, and forgettable. They have more in common with the front bumpers of an entry-level economy car than the front bumpers of a modern premium sports car. Your MR2 deserves better. The MadPSI Front Bumper Widebody Add-Ons instantly change everything. The design influence for the MadPSI Front Bumper Widebody Add-Ons was the BMW M3, Audi RS4, Mercedes C63 AMG Black Series, Aston Martin Vantage, and Aston Martin One 77.
THE PERFECT BEVEL
The MadPSI Front Bumper Widebody Add-Ons have a bevel that tastefully and gradually fades out, just like the bevel found on OEM front bumpers on high-end exotic cars. We integrated a 1-inch bevel that follows the wheel arch and match the MadPSI Vented Front Fender Flares. We experimented with different heights and 1-inch is the sweet spot. Anything more than 1-inch would look disproportionate, inelegant, distasteful, and cheap on the MR2. At 1-inch, the height of the bevel looks similar to the bevel on the Aston Martin One-77, for example, rather than the taller bevel on the Nissan Altima. In addition, increasing the height of the bevel would increase the curvature angle of the MadPSI Front Bumper Widebody Add-Ons making the front bumper look more bulky, cartoonish, or bubbly like the Mazda Miata fender flares and front bumper, which look like they were designed by someone tracing the fender arches with a huge tube of toothpaste. Anything less than 1-inch would make the bevel more similar to those found on cheap economy cars rather than premium sports cars. It will be too unnoticeable and unaggressive. The bevel should be tall enough where one sees it as a deliberate design decision, but short enough where it is subtle and sophisticated.