We spend quite a lot of time talking about new cars, new technology, facelifts and concepts around here. In fact, only this week we spoke a lot about spyshots of future models.
Maybe it’s time to take a second look at models that are currently available. Or maybe we should look at a few of the great ideas of the past.
Could we ever mix those two together? It seems that we can, especially considering what a certain owner of a custom E92 BMW M3 has to show us.
He’s done a bit of work on his. At the front end he fitted an IND Sport Evo splitter and he changed the shock absorbers were traded in for ones which change the stance of the car.
Maybe he wanted to make the car less drivable or maybe he really likes scraping speed bumps. Or maybe he wants to eliminate the gaps between the wheels and body to make for a cleaner look.
Inside this custom E92 BMW M3 we find that the seats were replaced by OEM fox red wrapped sportster CS ones and some very interesting details.
White trim covered in droplets of color can be seen spanning across the dashboard, the door panels and somewhere more concealed.
The engine bay also gets a similar appearance straight at the top of the powerplant. The headline here however is the exterior paint.
It’s Techno Violet, a stunning color BMW used to offer back in the 90s when the E36 was out and about and a color which I’d love to see make a comeback.
As seen on M3Post