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Active Autowerke BMW M3 E92 is so HOT!

American tuner Active Autowerke presented a tuning kit for BMW M3 E92 Coupe.

BMW M3 Coupe modified by Active Autowerke is not so different from the model series at first glance. Still easy to see front spoiler with carbon fiber spliter, ADV1 20-inch wheels, rear bumper with carbon fiber loudspeaker and carbon fiber trunk drinkable.

Technical modifications include an exhaust system designed by German tuner, a short shifter, KW suspension and higher performance software for the injection system. The M3 Coupe develops 458 horsepower, 38 more than in version number.

Other modifications:

– Active Autowerke E92 M3 Signature Exhaust System

– Active Autowerke E92 M3 Signature X Pipe & Connecting Pipes

– Active Autowerke Pulley Kit

– Active Autowerke Short Shifter Kit

– Active Autowerke Performance Software

– KW Variant 3 Coilovers

– ADV1 5.1 20 Inch Wheel (4.5” Concave)

– Nitto Invo Tires: 255/30/20 & 295/25/20

– Vorsteiner Carbon Fiber Front Lip

– Vorsteiner Carbon Fiber Rear Diffuser Type II

– Vorsteiner Carbon Fiber Trunk

Active Autowerke has not yet announced the price for the BMW M3 E92 kit.

4 comments

  1. Oh my God!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Certainly it’s a hot car, You can be sure that this awesome car will be expensive.

  2. Great post! 🙂 Regards, N.

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