The BMW M3 and EAS duet is popping up in the spotlights again, both being involved in another outstanding tuning program, involving the exterior as well as the cabin.
Even if you were expected a power boost as well under the hood, the aftermarket specialists decided this time not to fit the M3 with the usual ESS Tuning E-Tronic power module, which brings more than 470 horsepower, deciding to leave the engine at ease.
This means that, besides the gorgeous exterior, this particular model comes with the same 3.0-liter M TwinPower Turbo inline flat-six engine, with 431 horsepower and 500 Nm of torque. This provides a 4.1 second-sprint from 0 to 100 km/h, hooked to a conventional six-speed manual transmission.
However, it does compensate with the fitting of plenty of M Performance Parts at the exterior, new wheels and a racing-like interior, mainly highlighted by the Sparco SPX carbon fiber seats. Speaking of which, the seats were custom-built in Italy and come with carbon fiber and other lightweight composites, making it extremely cosy and pleasant while driving the car on long routes.
As for the car`s exterior, this gorgeous Yas Marina BMW M3 has been tweaked with carbon fiber M Performance Parts. The technicians from EAS tuner have added the M Performance carbon fiber front splitters and rear spoiler, as well as a high-performance titanium exhaust system, the latter one increasing the engine`s aggressive growl.
The new looks is complemented with the new FF01 Flow Forged alloy wheels commissioned from HRE Wheels tuning; they are sized 20 x 8.5 in the front and 20 x 10.5 at the rear, and are finished in black, also providing the best blending with the car`s Yas Marina exterior.