Truth be told, the matte paint look has begun to lose its luster with us (pun intended). Maybe it’s the rarely seen stripe on a BMW or maybe it’s just the great photography, but whatever it is, this unique matte black M3 has managed catch out attention.
Studie AG has a history of producing custom BMWs mimicking genuine BMW Motorsport race cars. Their latest project is converting the 2009 335i sedan to an endurance race car look, complete with Schubert carbon fiber widebody parts, BMW Motorsports sideskirts, Active Autowerke ECU, Arqray exhaust, and aFe’s intakes. Full list of modifications, details, and photos inside.
The full Arkym aero kit for the E92 M3 has been released, and featured on M3POST member Johnny Lin’s M3. Parts include the Arkym hood, front lip, rear diffuser, and trunk lid. Full set of photos inside.
WheelSTO shares the final chapter to their Japan tour, saving arguably the best for last – Studie AG headquarters in Yokohama. Studie AG has 5 shops all over Japan, but this is the mother of all Studie AG shops. Enough talk, hit up automotive aftermarket nirvana inside!
Hartge has posted new photos of its X1 (E84) fitted with its quad exhaust system, wheels, and Hartge striping.
Tuner G-Power has announced a World’s Fastest Sedan record with its E60 M5 G-Power Hurricane RR hitting a top speed of 231 mph (372 kmh), same top speed as the McLaren F1. The car achieved this with its 800hp / 590tq twin-supercharged V10 engine!
Motorsport24 has released two track versions of the E92 M3 – the M3 E92 Club Sport and M3 E92 Widebody. The former is a clubsport version fit for dual street / track use, while the E92 Widebody is intended for professional racing use. Full details and photos inside.
Lumma Tuning has released photos of its widebody BMW 760Li Individual. Most prominently, it features aggressively flared fender arches front and rear with cosmetic vents, aggressive rear bumper with diffuser, and carbon fiber grill and mirrors.
The new BMW ALPINA B7 was presented to selected members of the American press and the BMW dealer family, at an exclusive event held from the 5th to the 11th of June in California. Participants were able to sample the ALPINA flagships comfort and sport orientation at both Infineon Raceway and while driving through Californias scenery, including the renowned Highway One. Presentations were made regarding the B7s … CONTINUED
Japanese tuner 3D Design has released its F10 5-series. Upgrade parts include a front lip spoiler, rear trunk spoiler, roof spoiler, black grills, rear diffuser, and 20″ forged wheels. Quad tip sport exhaust system is also available for the 550i and 535i.
Dutch tuning company Mosselman has announced their M3 MSL which is claimed to achieve a most impressive 500hp / 354lb-ft tq at just 4200rpm. This power is achieved with a redesigned carbon intake system, Akrapovic titanium exhaust system, Camshafts, cylinderheads, and custom software. To help handle that power is a custom suspension and 4-piston brake system.
Look good bits include an adjustable CF front splitter, a CF rear diffuser, CF trunk lid spoiler, and 20″ Mosselman wheels.
This set of photos provide a behind-the-scenes look to some of Alpina’s operations at its historied Alpina Buchloe Park location, where the BMW car tuner has been since 1970.
1addicts member untouchableE82 now owns a truly unique 135i, a custom widebody version. It was born out of necessity for wide tires to handle his 427tq/421hp. Lucky for those looking forward to the 1M Coupe, who can now get a sense of the future 1M’s similarly impressive stance.
Hamann has released its F10 5-series parts lineup. The Hamann F10 program includes front lip, sideskirts, rear apron, trunk spoiler, roof spoiler, LED lighting, lowering springs, exhaust systems, and a carbon fiber interior kit. Full photo set inside.
The current crop of BMW turbo cars do not come with boost gauges. Available solutions have ranged from A-pillar gauges to vent displays. There’s now an in-dash solution which turns the factory fuel gauge into a boost gauge. Check out the sleek implementation inside.
Have an F10 (or any BMW) on order or plan to soon? If you’re like most of us, you’ll be tracking its status and location compulsively. Be sure to reference our Order Tracking Guide from beginning to end. Congrats on your future deliveries!
Ever wish that the coupe-shaped X6 was an actual coupe? Well, that can now come true. The Russian tuner ArmorTech has now been able to convert the X6 from a 4-door SAV to a 2-door SAV coupe.
They were able to accomplish this by pushing the B-pillar backwards, adding 250mm (9.8 inch) longer front doors, and moving the rear window forward 200mm (7.9 inches). As part of the conversion, the company also installed modified front seats which tilt … CONTINUED
After its public unveiling at the Goodwood Festival of Speed this year, the Alpina B5 has now been officially released with a press release and a few wallpapers to accompany the amateur photos taken at the show.