Martino Auto Concepts and Active Autowerke have teamed up to produce two custom M3s. The first has been completed and it’s a stunner! Featuring an eye catching Lamborghini Verde Ithaca Pearl Green paint, the first of the two M3s features plenty of both “go” and “show.”
The power comes from AA’s E9X M3 Stage II supercharger kit with methanol injection kit, full exhaust system, and custom tune. Suspension and brakes are now a KW V3 coilover system and a StopTech Trophy Big Brake Kit in matching Vede Ithaca Green. Custom bodywork features a widebody quarter panel conversion, Lamborghini Verde Ithaca pearl green, dry carbon fiber roof, host of Vorsteiner body kit components, a roll cage, and custom headlights (featuring real carbon fiber … CONTINUED
Hamann has extended its catalogue of upgrades for the 5-Series by including the touring. Granted, the front pieces are all a direct swap from the Sedan counterpart, but new sideskirts and rear addons should make those touring owners who want a new body kit happy.
An E91 M3 Touring was never in the cards for this generation of M3s, but that hasn’t stopped wagon fans from undertaking their own custom conversions. We previously featured an M3POST member’s full E91 M3 custom build (both mechanicals and bodywork), but here’s yet another one.
This build only features cosmetics (save for the quad exhaust), but it’s an impressive build nevertheless. The exterior has custom built in the M3 style. But it doesn’t end there. The exterior also features a matte “frozen” black finish, much like the special edition M3s.
Well, that didn’t take long. 1M deliveries just began, but this black 1M coupe has already seen a whole host of modifications, both performance and cosmetic. Current modifications include BMW Performance kidneys, spoiler, steering wheel and seats, combined with Plus street legal Schroth 4-point harnesses.
Future modifications to come include: shifter rebuild, steel brake lines, and Pirelli P Zeros tires.
3DDesign has officially released their highly anticipated F10 / F11 M-Sport Aero Kit, for M-sport package equipped F10s. The aero kit includes a full host of cosmetic parts, including a Front Lip Spoiler (frp), Front Lip Under Splitters (cf), Roof Spoiler (frp), Trunk Spoiler (frp), Dual / Quad Exhaust Rear Diffuser (cf), and Single-side Exhaust Rear Diffuser (cf).
ARKYM has released their F10 M-Sport AeroSport Package featuring cosmetic components for the factory F10 M-sport kit, including carbon fiber front lip spoiler, carbon fiber rear diffuser, and carbon fiber trunk spoiler.
Using a mix of factory and custom parts, along with some ingenuity, 5POST member andreastrones has put this together this beautifully modified F10 530d. Check out his equally impressive photos inside.
Count me as one of the people who strongly believes that the F10 5-Series comes out of the box with a beautifully sculpted look. The M-Sport and new M5 of course take that sculpted look to the next level.
Now, i’m not against body kits by any stretch, but in my opinion, this new concept from Prior Design takes things in the wrong direction. Their designs rests on the use of the E90/E92 M3 center grill design grafted onto the F10 5-Series bumper with a row of horizontal LED foglamps along the top part of the brake ducts. The front fenders have been modified with designs lifted straight from the 1M, including an M-like bar that crosses the design crease. Larger wheels and a blacked out roof … CONTINUED
The first three G-power M3 GTS have arrived and their engine displacements have been bored to an increase of 10% and rebuilt with low-compression forged pistons. This extra displacement, combined with a specially tuned version of their SK II CS supercharger system, has resulted in 720hp! This represents an increase of 270hp over the factory M3 GTS (450hp). How much faster this catapults the car from the factory figures (4.4 sec 0-100km/h and 305km/h) is not yet known, but will surely be announced in due time.