Today we bring you the first real life photo gallery of the new BMW 3 Series equipped with M Performance Parts. The Alpine White G20 320d was the model of choice to highlight the latest and greatest aero parts for the new 3er. The add-ons are meant to emphasize the aggressive design of the M Sport models and offer a bit more performance at the same time.
BMW says these parts have been developed on the track and are not just meant to look good but have practical purposes as well. All components are plug and play and they do change the way the car looks. You can get a varied range of parts for your car’s exterior, enhancing its aerodynamics in the process. You get ten items for the car’s body, all of them either in high-gloss black or carbon fiber.
As seen below, there’s an M Performance front splitter along with a rear spoiler an diffuser. All of these parts are available in a choice of carbon, black high-gloss or black matte and optimize the air stream around the vehicle while reducing uplift. The M Performance exterior mirror caps made of carbon fiber are also available as are the M Performance side sill films. Last but not least we should mention the grey back lights and M Performance tailpipes.
Brakes can also be upgraded thanks to the M Performance catalogue. The M Performance 18″ braking system is recognizable from the red color of the brake calipers. The sports brakes feature considerably enhanced deceleration performance for sporty driving according to BMW. Compared to the serial-production brakes, the 18-inch brake discs are bigger, perforated, grooved, and lighter.
As far as the wheels go, the range of M Performance wheel sets will comprise four designs in two sizes at the market launch of the new BMW 3 Series Limousine. The 18-inch matte black M Performance light alloy double spoke 796M wheels are suitable for use both in summer and winter. In 20-inch size, the choice is between the M Performance forged cross-spoke 794 M bicolor wheels (jet black, burnished) and the 20″ M Performance forged Y-spoke 795 M wheels, in either bicolor (ferric grey matte, gloss lathed) or black matte.
The photo and video gallery below gives you a closer look at those parts, so please take a moment to scroll through them.