I installed a pair of genuine BMW euro-spec aspherical side view mirrors on my i3.
I am taken aback by how disorienting the driver side mirror is. Don't get me wrong, it's something I'm adapting to and I appreciate the wider field of visibility, which is the reason I purchased these. But specifically what I believe I'm noticing is my eyes have to adjust their focus when I glance at the mirror, and I'm also getting used to how close vehicles are in reality vs. how far away they appear in the mirror. Yeah, intuitively I understood that going in, just like with our existing "Objects In Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear" right-side mirrors, but in actual use it's coming as a surprise I have to get used to.
The mirrors same from Latvia, a country where, like in the US, they drive on the right, and the driver sits on the left.
But it got me wondering, with aspherical mirrors, is the left-side mirror made differently for installation on a left-hand drive car versus a right-hand drive car? If nobody knows the answer off-hand I'll pull up the parts diagrams to see if I can tell. But I don't recall ever seeing them listed that way,