Some say the BMW 335i is a better choice than the M3 because it is cheaper, more efficient, and delivers 80 percent of the M car’s performance. Unless you are planning to do a lot of track work, you are better off with a 335i. What’s more, with the money you save you can customize your 335i, like what we have here, the Black Sapphire, which one of the finest modified BMWs we’ve ever seen.
Put together by owner Neema, this 335i features a wide body kit consisting of 1M front bumper, carbon fiber rear diffuser, blacked out grilles,and carbon fiber lip. It also benefits from a carbon rear wings, plus a couple of M3’s OEM parts such as the bonnet, side skirts, quarter panels, rear bumper and front fenders. Other bits and bobs include BBS CH-R wheels, coilover suspension, custom exhausts, aftermarket intake and intercooler kits, Recaro seats and M3 steering wheel.