The video of this awesome tuning job is well worth a watch.
Chicago-based tuner shop IND has unveiled their Green Hell BMW M3 Coupe, a project conceived following a journey to Germany. IND commented that the car "was built as homage to all things racing and the Nurburgring in particular." The focus of the project was on the car's S65 engine. Near 540hp is generated at the rear wheels with help from an ESS stage 2 supercharger kit that feeds the engine compressed air, and to make best use of this awesome power the car's been extensively modified.
For starters BBS Motorsport allowed IND to purchase a set of E88 wheels, who treated the outer barrels to a coat of gold to match the center. Suspension duties are handled by installing KW ClubSport coil-overs and RD Sport sway bars, and aerodynamics have been tweaked via a GT3 complete front aero system by Challenge Engineering.
Essential downforce was sorted by fitting a trunk and rear wing combination by racing components manufacturer M24. The two-year old Green Hell theme that featured accents of Porsche's GT3 Signal Green color now covers the entire exterior, subtly complemented by BMW Edition front & side grilles and IND tinted lens, and also features in the interior. Upon completing the project, the Green Hell was pushed to the limit at the Autobahn Country Club and the video is packed with awesome footage.