Posts Tagged ‘bmw 3-series’

Tuning Concepts BMW 3-Series Coupe

Friday, September 28th, 2012:

The guys at Tuning Concepts have put together a new package for the BMW 3-Series coupe. They started off by adding new front and rear aprons, vented fenders and spoilers for the roof and trunk lid. A two-tone paint job in black and red give it a bold look, while the tuners claim “makes the 3 Series Coupe almost ‘automatically’ faster”. Laugh all you want at that, the performance modifications for the BMW 3-Series came next.

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Alpha-N BT92 Based On BMW 3-Series Coupe

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012:

Alpha-N Performance has released their brand new BT92 package for the BMW 3-Series Coupe. It includes a new carbon fiber body kit consisting of a new front bumper, wider fenders, vented hood, rear bumper, diffuser, trunk lid and rear wing that is adjustable. The interior of the BMW 3-Series BT92 received some super nice Racaro carbon fiber racing seats, custom designed roll cage and sport steering wheel. Performance tuning under the hood came next.

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Prior Design BMW 3-Series receives M3 Styling

Saturday, October 22nd, 2011:

Prior Design has been a busy tuning company recently, releasing several new packages for the BMW 3-Series cars. When compared to the performance of the BMW M3, the 3-Series models can definitely use some help. That’s when Prior Design comes to play with their new aerodynamic wide body kit designed to add some features of the M3 to the simple 3-Series. Why owners wouldn’t trade in their BMW 3-Series and spend a little extra on a real M3 beats me.

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Lumma Design BMW 3-Series

Saturday, April 25th, 2009:


Tuning company Lumma Design knows how to get car enthusiasts thrilled when they released this package for the very popular BMW 3-series. The owner Horst Lumma personally guarantees that all cars tuned by his company are in the best hands and that you will be satisfied with your modifications. For this particular model, Lumma decided to convert this average BMW E92 3-series and make it look like the powerful M3 model. To start it off, the front fender was redesigned using composite fiber material while keeping OEM standards; they added original M3 air ducts and installed LED turn signals. The mirrors received carbon fiber caps to give it a racing look, and the front bumper has carbon fiber inserts in the grille as well.

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