This Space Gray BMW E92 M3 is the perfect example what a stylishly tuned M3 should look like. Not a single thing is over the top and all the aftermarket parts added give the M3 a healthy boost in the visual department. Furthermore, the E92 M3 is quickly regaining popularity these days, mostly fueled by the gorgeous sound of that naturally aspirated V8 engine and an affordable price tag.
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Currently, the most well-kept BMW E92 M3’s will set you back around $25,000, not that much for one of the best performance cars you get in return. This also brings the M3 into striking distance for a lot of mod happy owners – and that’s when over the top builds happen – but not with this one.
The biggest contributor to the impressive performance of the M3 of this generation is the naturally aspirated 4.0-liter V8 engine. It delivers a pretty good 414 horsepower and 300 lb-ft of torque. While the torque is a bit behind the levels of the current TwinPower Turbo BMW M3 and M4 engines, the E92 M3 can still keep up with the best of them.
The vehicle will sprint from 0-62mph (0-100km/h) in 4.3 seconds – just a tad bit slower than the current models. Additionally, the car will speed all the way up to an electronically limited top speed of 155mph (250km/h). If that’s not good enough for you, there’s a lot of supercharger bolt-on solutions you can go with.
This Space Gray BMW E92 M3 build comes from Supreme Power. Most notably, it features a set of lightweight Vorsteiner V-FF 108 FlowForged wheels. For his M3 build, the owner went with wheels sized 18×9.5 in the front and 18×10.5 in the rear.
While smaller in diameter than what we’re used to seeing in builds like these, this setup mimics the sizes found with the OEM wheel setup for the M3, giving the driver an uncompromising feeling behind the wheel. Thanks to the Carbon Graphite finish, the dark gray scheme of things is maintained for the vehicle’s exterior. The owner also opted-in for a set of carbon fiber front splitters, replacement LED lights and a rear decklid spoiler, topping off the build.
Grab a look at the detailed wallpaper gallery of this project right below.