What Do You Say About This Satin Red BMW M3 Tune?

Modifying a premium car like the BMW M3 is always risky business as you’re often just one step away from ruining its looks or handling. The following M3, however, looks pretty neat in our eyes.

Owned by a member of the Bimmer Post forums, this F80 M3 has been bathed in a satin red chrome wrap which suits the performance sedan to a tee.

Unlike many of the colors and shades available from the factory, the satin red chrome doesn’t hide any of the aggressive body lines or creases. In fact, it accentuates them, making the car look more aggressive and in-your-face than just about any other M3 on the road.

Alongside the foil cover, the car has lowered suspension and sits on a set of matte black Brixton PF5 forged wheels that’ve been paired with a carbon fiber front splitter, a carbon diffuser and a large lip spoiler at the rear.

Completing the changes are a set of aftermarket headlights with new LED daytime lights that help to finish off the aggressive look.

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  • europeon

    Aftermarket headlights? I had no idea such a thing exists.
    What’s the company that makes them called?

    • bimo movuzzo

      OSS Designs, perhaps

  • Nordschleife

    It’s like the Giulia Quadrifoglio’s Teutonic Stepbrother. I LOVE IT.

  • NO THANKS TO SLAMMING THE FRONT ON A STREET CAR. NOT TO MENTION ALL THE OTHER CRAP THEY PUT ON IT.

    • alexxx

      Whaaaat? Looks stunning…

    • KidRed

      I agree. I’m all for moderate lowering, but this front biased rake looks dumb and will only shred that expensive carbon fiber lip in a matter of weeks. This car’s suspension was designed without a rake, so they’ve ruined not only the looks, but possibly the driving dynamics.

  • Bash

    Now thats a Demon…love it..

  • Howstar

    Ask instagram….
    Female owned: Perfection and a follow
    Male owned: Too much rake

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