Making up for the Missing M Car 1

Making up for the missing M Car

With styling and performance modifications from 3D, one Z4 enters M Roadster territory.

Take Two 1

Take Two

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.

Agent Orange 1

Agent Orange

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 1

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 1

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  1

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.

Third-degree 3 1

Third-degree 3

Unleashing the power of the N54 six, Dinan brings 335i Coupe performance into M3 territory.

Dark Knight 1

Dark Knight

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 1

Fit for a Tycoon

Hamann’s 670-hp Tycoon Evo M takes the already outrageous X6 M totally over the top.

Excessive Force 1

Excessive Force

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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