Austin Yellow BMW F80 M3 Build By AUTOCouture Motoring

BMW M3, Models, Tuning | July 3rd, 2015 by 4
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What slowly became a favorite color for many BMW aficionados, Austin Yellow is one of those paint jobs which accentuates the aggressive lines and dynamics …

What slowly became a favorite color for many BMW aficionados, Austin Yellow is one of those paint jobs which accentuates the aggressive lines and dynamics design of the newest generation BMW M3. Packed with lots of power, this iteration of the world’s most known sports sedan is even grittier, more dynamic and performance oriented than its predecessors.

Powered by a 3.0 liter BMW TwinPower Turbo engine delivering 425 horsepower, the BMW F80 M3 can sprint from 0-62mph (0-100km/h) in just 4.1 seconds – an impressive figure for a vehicle packed with lots of tech and safety features.

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This Austin Yellow BMW M3 received a few upgrades installed by AUTOCouture Motoring, starting with a new set of BBS wheels. These high-quality wheels add a personal touch to the vehicle and thanks to the lowering kit, it fills perfectly the wheel arches.

The car has also seen the addition of a front and rear carbon fiber spoiler, and a carbon fiber diffuser which further differentiates it on the road.

A complete showcase of this build can be found in the media gallery below.

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Austin Yellow BMW F80 M3 Build By AUTOCouture Motoring

4 responses to “Austin Yellow BMW F80 M3 Build By AUTOCouture Motoring”

  1. Kaisuke971 says:

    Looks good ! I actually like how the grills and side M3 badges are still chrome, because the exhaust is as well. The kind of satin platinium wheels make a sweet transition between the chrome and the black :D
    I’d just prefer it with the painted lower front spoiler, but it’s just my taste.
    Btw 420bhp

  2. jason bourne says:

    “What slowly became a favorite color for many BMW aficionados”

    Not for me… It’s as bad as any frozen paint job, IMO.

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