While M Performance parts can more than suffice when it comes to the BMW 3-Series, sometimes you can use other certain custom bits in order to change your car’s appearance without losing its initial appeal.
Right off the bat, we notice the Aero front spoiler which features Vorsteiner’s Autoclaved Pre-Preg Carbon Fiber structure for superior stiffness, strength and durability. Thanks to the added carbon fiber elements, this non-facelifted F30 3-Series ends up looking more aggressive than it would normally look.
In terms of wheels, we’re looking at a set of Vorsteiner V-FF 103 Flow Forged wheels, measuring 20×8.5 and 20×10 front/rear. They come with a Carbon Graphite finish and limited edition Vorsteiner center caps, which definitely work wonders in terms of contrast.
Of course, you might be used to seeing M3s be the subject of such wonderful builds, but the 335i isn’t that far behind when it comes to real-world performance.
It has 300hp and 406 Nm (300 lb-ft) of torque, which is enough to get it from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 4.8 seconds with the help of xDrive.
This year, BMW replaced the 335i with the 340i, a slightly more potent model – powered by the German manufacturer’s newer B58 3.0-liter turbocharged engine. In a nutshell though, the 340i is about as quick as the 335i with an M Performance kit.
In terms of looks, this red 335i is certainly worth discussing because not only is it attracting a lot of attention to itself due to the owner’s choice in colors, but it also doesn’t feature any obscene aero bits that generally turn off a lot of BMW fans.