You may shell out about Rs 7 Lakh to get a whole new BMW 3-Series M Performance with a sexier styling.
BMW is seriously revising its strategy on future vehicles. Specifically speaking, the German luxury auto manufacturer is trimming down the less attractive models in the public eyes, of which the F30 3-series-based GT fastback will be soon ceased to the production thereupon. Consequently, BMW has recently announced that there’s a high possibility of the absence of the GT variant in the 3-Series’s lineup globally by the dawn of 2020.
The BMW 3-Series wears a whole new premium robust coat with the additional exterior tweaks from a dealer
In India, the BMW 3-Series is accessible in three grades with a next-gen model is in the cards in months to come, suggests some publications. While the all-new 3-Series model now garners the immediate attention in the worth's fourth-largest auto space, a BMW’s dealer has recently put a customized version of the standard car under the spotlight, reaping the larger bunch of public interests. If you’re definitely seeking for a host of added flair to your 3-Series model, congratulations, you’ve just found the right place.
Profoundly inspired by the BMW’s motorsport division, the BMW 3-Series is customized to transfer a distinctive sportier silhouette, and at the same time adding more to its all-over cosmetic beauty. Sporty characters with exclusive components are accentuated on the front facade. Here it comes a signature blue, red and purple stripes underlined on the horizontal grille slats, that’s to say, completely adding to the car’s overall premium quotient. The iconic kidney grille is finished in black while the lower part of the bumper appears with blue surrounds and all, bulking out the premium black honeycomb.
Blue, red and purple make the car head turn among the crowds
The mainstream triple stripes could be also found on the rear bumper of the model, whereas the side skirt is plated in blue extending until the rear. The multi-spoke alloy wheels now are all blacked-out while the front windscreen is done up with “M Sport Performance Parts” decal. Nothing is marked on the headlamps and tail lamps setup which carries on the intact robust values as in the stock version, but the lower bumper shows up with a five-slated diffuser and dual exhaust. Other notable customisations sit on the black-coloured window sills and pillars plus slight carbon fibre trim is garnished on the wing mirrors and boot tip spoiler, all making an overall radical look for customers to enjoy.
The side profile turns out more sophisticated with all-blackened alloy wheels and carbon fibre trim-garnished windows sills
It’s yet to know whether the performance changes have been made in this special version or not, but the stock 2.0-litre engine is still excellent enough to output a powerful 190 horsepower. The styling body kit will more likely cost you around Rs 7 Lakh since it’s a dealer level customization but, it's not a matter of concern for genuine car freaks who get a deep passion for the distinctively and attractively customised vehicles.
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