Bespoke Grille Gives BMW M3 A Whole New Look

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There are also some other sporty add-ons inspired by the M4 GT3.

When the latest BMW M3 and M4 were officially unveiled to the public, fans and critics alike couldn't help but discuss the massive kidney grille arrangement placed at the front. Since then, several tuners and designers have been coming up with proposed 'fixes'. This new arrangement from Precision Sport Industries and Vorsteiner is no exception but, with its new G8X VRS Aero Program, the overall appearance hasn't been reshaped too much. This is unlike some of the other kits we have already been treated to.

The creators say that its grille is inspired by the one currently being used on the M4 GT3 but the bar that runs close to the center of the kidney is a bit thicker. The two-piece kit is made entirely out of ABS plastic or carbon fiber and can be reversed if the owner decides they don't quite like the new look. Because of the arrangement, this part is not compatible with the car's adaptive cruise control radar sensor.

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Vorsteiner
Vorsteiner
Vorsteiner

To give the M3 an even stronger motorsport-inspired look, a front splitter with wings affixed to the side and air intakes applied to the lower end is also available. This is paired with a trunk spoiler with a unique waved design. Unlike the grille arrangement, these two pieces can only be had in carbon fiber with a gloss finish.

The complete aerodynamic program is also available which, on top of the aforementioned parts, adds a set of side skirts and rear diffuser. This will set you back $8,684 but if you want a more focused kit, the ABS grille is available for $899 while the carbon fiber one will cost $1,499. The trunk spoiler has been priced at $2,195 while the front splitter boasts an asking price of $2,395.

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Individual orders and pricing for the three-piece rear diffuser will only be available next month while the side skirts and a new carbon fiber hood option will be introduced in March. The wheels fitted on this car are V-PX forged alloys from Vorsteiner which are put together via a 10,000-pound press.

All parts, including the wheels, are sold with a lifetime warranty against manufacturer and structural defects while a full two-year cosmetic warranty applies to the factory painted finishes. Precision Sport says that the pieces will be produced in batches with orders to be fulfilled on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Precision Sport Industries
Precision Sport Industries
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