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BMW unveils the M3 Competition with red and black M Performance Parts package

Even more aggressive appearance

3w ago


After having officially presented the new M3 Competition and M4 Competition, BMW is now moving directly to the M Performance Parts package, which further radicalises the aesthetics of both vehicles. It is now the turn of the M3 Competition sports saloon to receive these modifications.

Ben Welham had already presented the M Performance Parts pack in white, blue and red, which is familiar at BMW M. The German brand has revealed another color combination that is much more exotic and extravagant. It is a red-black duo visually splitting the car in two parts.

The pattern is furiously reminiscent of the Coupe Franche of the Peugeot 308 GTi. Thus equipped, the car receives various aerodynamic items such as a new front splitter and a new rear diffuser as well as enlarged side skirts in carbon fibre. The carbon roof is accompanied by a larger carbon rear wing.

There are also four diagonal exhaust pipes, similar to those on the Lexus RC F. This M Performance Parts package does not involve any mechanical modifications but certainly adds an extra dose of personality to the new M3 Competition.

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Comments (22)

  • I’m going to invent a BMW coronavirus face mask for that face!

      27 days ago
    • I'm strongly against mask mandate , but this could be exception ;)

        26 days ago
  • I like that rear end and side view, and the color scheme is okay i guess, but that front grill makes it look like a beaver.. even more with a numberplate on

      27 days ago
  • Bucky the buck tooth beaver with mange.

      27 days ago
  • The colour and bodywork definitely looks good, but it doesn’t fully make up for the buck toothed face on it

      27 days ago
  • This ain't bad, seriously

      27 days ago


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