Murdered-Out M3 on HRE Wheels

Tuning

Satin charcoal one-piece alloys complete this M3’s blacked-out look.

HRE Performance Wheels recently teamed up with Norwegian tuner ESS Tuning to create this bespoke murdered-out E92-gen BMW M3 coupe, and without revealing the technical upgrades ESS Tuning incorporated into the build, we do know the Californian custom wheel-maker provided a set of its HRE P43SC alloys finished in Satin Charcoal, complementing the M3's blacked-out look. Like all of HRE's new wheels, these P43SC monoblock one-piece alloys were built to spec out of aerospace-grade forged aluminum.

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