It all starts with the airfoil. Aeromotions was created at MIT, raised in a $42 million Formula 1 rolling road wind tunnel, then refined on the race track. The Aeromotions Wing Blade is the most refined airfoil commercially available to the public. Aeromotions signature 2D design has grown up to be the highest downforce with the lowest drag airfoil around.
Get the Aeromotions Edge. Wind tunnel designed and race-proven, AeroMotions wings shave time off your best lap. The heart of every wing is Aeromotions signature high-downforce, low-drag wing blade. Borrowed from a military UAV, this is the most advanced airfoil available for your car. They've been used to break track records around the world.
Go big, or go home. When AeroMotions put a wing on the R35 GT-R, we did the math. We got our hands on one of the first GT-Rs to hit the country (VIN 007), 3D scanned the car into our aero simulator, and optimized the wing design. The result? Two seconds off a two minute lap. From California, to Georgia, to Singapore, Hong Kong and Australia, the fastest GT-R's run AeroMotions wings.
The GT-R R.Series mounts in the same location as the factory Nissan wing. The custom made feet reinforce the trunk to handle the huge increase in downforce. The included drill guide lets you accurately add a few more holes for greater strength. (These holes get covered up by the OEM wing if you ever want to return the car to stock.) In short, it's a plug and play wing that installs in a matter of hours. Features:
- High downforce, low drag airfloil
- Wind tunnel tested and race-proven
- Carbon fiber construction
Aeromotions builds the most advanced aero packages on the race track. The heart of an Aeromotions wing is their signature high downforce, low drag airfloil. Wind tunnel tested and race-proven, Dynamic Wings shave seconds off your lap time. Fully automatic, computer controlled, these wings provide huge downforce so you can corner faster, drag reduction on the straightaways so you can go faster, and airbraking to stop faster. Welcome to the future of aerodynamics.