If you dream about owning a BMW M3 and want one that will turn just as many heads as a Lamborghini, this example could be right up your alley.
The M3 in question is up for auction through Cars & Bids and catches the eye thanks to the BMW Individual Signal Green paint scheme. Sure, the color might be a little too ‘out there’ for some but we think it suits the M3 nicely, particularly when paired with a set of 20-inch BBS FI-R wheels wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires. Making the car all the more desirable is the fact that it is a six-speed manual.
Various other modifications have been made to the sports sedan. For example, it has an ESS Tuning ECU tune, UUC Motorwerks short shifter, ARM Motorsports downpipes with resonators, and an Active Autowerke equal length mid-pip and Maad Maxx exhaust. Visual changes made include the fitment of aftermarket taillights, a POM Performance carbon fiber front lip, a carbon fiber rear decklid spoiler, carbon fiber diffuser, black aluminum pedals, and in the cabin, a BMW M Performance carbon fiber shift knob and an iND shifting boot with green stitching.
The car was also loaded with options from the factory. These include carbon-ceramic brakes, the Driver Assistance Plus Package, Executive Package, Lighting Package, and adaptive M suspension. Despite being a 2015 model, the car has only been driven 19,300 miles (31,060 km) and most recently had the oil and oil filter change in July 2021.
Driving the car is a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged six-cylinder with 425 hp and 406 lb-ft (550 Nm) of torque. The listing doesn’t state how much extra power the upgrades have added but the M3 certainly pumps out more power and torque than it did from the factory.