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E92 BMW M3 Sits on Vorsteiner`s Carbon Graphite V-FF 103 Wheels

I get shivers down my spine whenever I get to see an E92 BMW M3 receiving some new aftermarket wheels that will transform it into a real racing car and give it a unique and astonishing looks.

It is also the case of this gorgeous E92 BMW M3 which has received some special wheels from the Vorsteiner tuning division, called the V-FF 103 wheels. They are sized 19×9.5 and 19×10.5 front and rear and are made from carbon graphite.

E92 BMW M3 on Carbon Graphite V-FF 103 Wheels

E92 BMW M3 on Carbon Graphite V-FF 103 Wheels

Surely that the body style of the M3 can allowed the fitting of such wide and impressive wheels, but that wouldn’t be enough without any slight changes carried out at the body, like the fitting of the GTRS7 aggressive front bumper, the GTS-V rear diffuser as well as the new coupe boot lid, all signed by Vorsteiner. And the overall work is absolutely gorgeous.

E92 BMW M3 on Carbon Graphite V-FF 103 Wheels

E92 BMW M3 on Carbon Graphite V-FF 103 Wheels

There are no signs of any mods carried out under the hood, this E92 BMW M3 still coming with the already famous 3.0-liter twin-turbo straight six-cylinder unit, which produces a good 431 horsepower and 550 Nm of torque, available between 1,850 rpm and 5,500 rpm. The power is sent to the rear wheels via a six-speed manual, or a seven-speed automatic dual-clutch transmission.

E92 BMW M3 on Carbon Graphite V-FF 103 Wheels

E92 BMW M3 on Carbon Graphite V-FF 103 Wheels

The E92 BMW M3 Sedan is powerful enough to score 4.1 seconds from o to 100 km, at a top speed of 270 km/h. But some highly valued auto online magazines have also stated that the E92 BMW M3 could also reach 3.9 seconds, when installed with the DCT.

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One Comment

  1. Eduard,
    What are you talking about? Nothing you say makes any sense. This is a E92 M3 with a 4.0 V8 and the wheels are carbon graphite colored made from aluminum. Don’t write stupid crap for the sake of writing something. It’s inaccurate and misleading to people that don’t know better. Stick to reviewing something you truly know about.

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