3D Design announces new BMW M3 Sedan (F80)

Article by Anita Panait, on February 15, 2015

Japanese company 3D Design has never been about extreme tuning or even outrageous body kits. This is evident in their newly released 3D Design kit for the F80 M3. The kit has parts that are composed of carbon fiber giving the car just a bit of that style and class it needs.

The kit allows an air splitter to be fastened to the front bumper to make the car more aerodynamic. It also has side skirts and a boot lid spoiler that while subtle, adds to the car’s good looks. While the kit makes it a gentleman’s car, it can go wild when needed.

This is because under the hood is a S55 3-liter inline and 6-cyclinder biturbo engine that can deliver 431 horsepower and reach a torque of 406 lb-ft. With a 7-speed DCT gearbox, the F80 M3 is able to go from 0 to 100 kph in 4.1 seconds.

There is also the option to go instead with the 6-speed manual box which decreases the time to 4.3 seconds, a small and barely noticeable difference. The F80 M3 retails for $62,000 but these additions can extend the price to more than $70,000.

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