This Alpine White BMW M6 Gran Coupe comes from South Korea and it’s loaded with carbon fiber aftermarket parts. The owner, who goes by the nickname of Fender505, has managed to turn an already gorgeous and stylish M6 Gran Coupe into an aggressive form of pure amazement wrapped all around with carbon fiber.
The company selected by the owner for the aero parts is 3D Design. A well known aftermarket aero company, 3D Design, have created some rather exciting aero kits for top sports cars many will immediately remember.
This kit consists of a complete aero package. Additionally, this Gran Coupe M6 also comes with 3D Design performance upgrades under the hood.
This build started of as your everyday daily driver M6 Gran Coupe. The owner decided he wants a more aggressive look so 3D Design aero parts were added, including the front lip set, side skirts, rear diffuser and the trunk spoiler.
The parts added here are made from CFRP and provide a rigid and high-quality aftermarket solution for this vehicle.
Additionally, a set of BBS RI-D wheels were installed. These are some of the lightest wheels in the market available for BMW and other car brands. They feature a monoblock layout and are produced in Japan by Washi Beam using a special 7000 series alloy that helps make this wheel as light and strong as possible. Price point is around $2,000 each.
But they are light, really light.
Since the ECU tuning for the BMW M6 isn’t quite available to the public yet, the owner opted out for a plug-in solution. This comes courtesy of 3D Design Boosterchip ver. 3 and provides a healthy increase in engine power and torque as well. The increase in power gives 647 horsepower and 624lb-ft of torque to the M6 Gran Coupe. That’s an increase of 64 horsepower and 49lb-ft of torque over the OEM rating for this model.
Furthermore, a 3D Design exhaust system has been installed on this M6 Gran Coupe. An increase in both power and sound note comes with it. The AMS Downpipe further enhances the decibel levels, performance and provides an exhaust flow free of any obstructions. Further images of this build can be found in the media gallery we’ve added below. Enjoy!