TrackandTuner.com had the great opportunity to photoshoot the ultimate BMW ///M Collection.
We had the opportunity to photoshoot four tuned BMW M cars being the:
- BMW M3 e30 "DTM Spec"
- BMW M3 e46 "CSL Spec"
- BMW M3 e93 "Eisenmann"
- BMW M5 e60 " Eisenmann"
I will talk more about the specifications, down below. But just look at all the colors. Yes all of them our boldly tuned to the owners liking, but all look stunning in my opinion.
They all have some unique touches, but lets start with the oldy.
BMW M3 e30 "DTM Spec"
The iconic BMW M3 e30, with its 4-Cylinder engine produced just 195HP in original trim. This car is far from standard, as it has the full DTM Spec from the golden era of Tourenwagen.
The car has the Warsteiner "Steve Soper" livery, BBS wheels, full DTM exhaust, Carbon fiber Airbox, Full custom EVO 2 interior, Full DTM Spec high Aero wings and many more small details.
The car now makes 225 WHP on the dyno.
BMW M3 e46 "CSL Spec"
This might be the next "M3 e30" collection car. This M3 has the straight six engine with in orginal spec produced 343HP. The idea of the owner was to make this a BMW M3 e46 CSL convertible. We might want to say that it even surpassed this claim
With a full decat, Supersprint exhaust system, Carbon fiber brakes!, CSL front and rear bumper, CSL wheels, CSL interior parts and a Carbon Fiber Airbox, this car now makes 388HP on the dyno.
More info about this great project can be found here.
BMW M3 e93
BMW where making the e92/e90/e93 version which where again bigger and heavier. However they fitted a great V8 which in OEM form, produced 420HP. This one is the convertible, which has red Forgestar Super Deep Concace wheels and a matching red interior. Brembo big brakes up front, together with a lot of carbon fiber like a BMW GT4 front lip.
It als has a full Eisenmann race exhaust system which now makes this V8 sound like a Muscle car.
Car has been tuned by Gintani shooting some massive flames and producing over 450HP.
BMW M5 e60
Some say that this never should have happened. Why fit a F1 inspired V10 engine in a family Sedan?
It was criticized being too difficult and unreliable. However turn on the BMW M button, fit on a Eisenmann race exhaust + Custom X-Pipe and this might be the best sounding car ever made. I just love the high pitched V10 sound it makes.
It was specially wrapped in Orange and fitted with 21 inch Hamann wheels and of course more carbon fiber.
With a slight engine tune and RPI intakes, it should make a bit more power than the standard 507HP.
Check out the video down below and let us know which one you would take home!
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