Making up for the missing M Car
With styling and performance modifications from 3D, one Z4 enters M Roadster territory.
Disappointed with the performance of the 2002 Turbo — and put off by its price — Mano Agulian decided to build a car that would be better and cheaper than the 1973 original.
Fire Orange paint and bold HRE wheels make this M3 a bravura showcase for Arkym's sexy bodywork. A 604-hp supercharger from ESS makes it an ultra-intense driving experience, as well.
Gray & Green
A collaboration between Active Autowerke and Martino Auto Concepts yields a pair of M3s that combine outrageous performance with stunning good looks.
The Ultimate Handling Machine
TC Kline’s suspension tuning transforms the entry-level 128i Coupe into a car that can rival the 1 Series M Coupe for pure driving fun.
Home Brew ’02
When he found it languishing in a trailer park, Hamik Hartounian thought this old 2002 would make a cheap daily driver. One year later, he’d built it into an S14-powered garage queen.
Unleashing the power of the N54 six, Dinan brings 335i Coupe performance into M3 territory.
The latest supercharged M3 from VF Engineering and Vorsteiner may be styled upon a military theme, but it’s not exactly a stealth fighter.
Fit for a Tycoon
Hamann’s 670-hp Tycoon Evo M takes the already outrageous X6 M totally over the top.
With 817 rear-wheel horsepower, Robert Henning’s HPF Stage 3 turbocharged E46 M3 represents overkill in its most absurd form imaginable…and it’s amazing.
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