BMW M3 Sedan in Tanzanite Blue with carbon fiber rear wing

BMW M3, Tuning | August 2nd, 2015 by 3
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BMW Abu Dhabi is slowly building a reputation for taking a base BMW and turning into a special car. This latest project takes the new …

BMW Abu Dhabi is slowly building a reputation for taking a base BMW and turning into a special car. This latest project takes the new BMW M3 Sedan to a whole new level. Featuring the BMW Individual Tanzanite Blue color, the sporty sedan dips deep into the M Performance Catalog to give its exterior design a makeover.

At the front, the large air inlets are now made of carbon fiber while the front lip painted in the same Individual color improves the car’s aerodynamics and downforce. Moving to the side we immediately notice the M Performance Brakes Kit with blue calipers.

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The rear end is where most of the work has been performance, beginning with a carbon fiber diffuser and ending with the Akrapovic EVO Exhaust System and a carbon fiber racing wing designed by AC Schnitzer. While it may not be everyone’s cup of tea, the wing makes the car stand out a bit more on the road without being too flashy.

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Inside the cabin, the carbon fiber trim is paired with soft leather in the Sakhir Orange color. A set of aluminum pedals reminds us once again that this car was built for the track. And if that wasn’t proof enough, then the M Performance Steering wheel in Alcantara seals the deal.

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For more images of this special project, take a look at the photo gallery below.

3 responses to “BMW M3 Sedan in Tanzanite Blue with carbon fiber rear wing”

  1. Christian says:

    Looks good.

  2. jimborae says:

    Looks absolutely awful ! Gawdy & tasteless, everything a BMW shouldn’t be.

  3. Kaisuke971 says:

    The wing doesn’t look half bad actually, but the wheels just don’t work with this build, i would’ve upgraded to BBS FI-R in a satin black finish.

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