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Alpine White E92 BMW M3 by EAS – That`s the Way We Like It

Built from 2007 to 2013, the gorgeous and iconic E92 M3 has earned the hearts of every BMW purist, due to its incredibly aerodynamic design, exquisite performance under the hood and an overall outstanding personality.

Considered a true symbol of the German engineering, the E92 BMW M3 is still a very sought after model, especially in the aftermarket segment. And it is not a mistery why it has grown in value for the last couple of years.

Plenty of tuning firms have worked their magic on the E92 BMW M3, but right now it`s time we saw another one in action. This time it is the well-known EAS tuner to recreate the astonishing model with a new set of Vossen wheels and some other aftermarket aero parts that makes it quite a show-offer.

First off, the E92 M3 in question is wearing the unmistakable Alpine White exterior paintjob which perfectly suit the Vossen wheels. A couple of visual enhancements have also carried out at the front and rear end, as well as on the sides.

However, “la piece de resistance” of the model in question is the new set of wheels. We are dealing here with Vossen VWS-3 wheels, with the discs finished in Matte Silver, along with polished lips and five-spoke configuration. The wheels are massive, measuring 20 x 8.5 and 20 x 10.5 front and rear, respectively.

Also, from what I`ve heard, the model can also come optional with other choices from the same Vossen Wheels tuner. This means that you can customized your own E92 M3 with a wide variety of design and configurations like Stepped Lip, Flat Lip, or Stepped Lip with Overlapping Spokes. Each one increases the car`s aggressive look and provide better grip and stance.

Speaking about performance, the E92 BMW M3 came out from the factory with an impressive 4.0-liter V8 engine, outputting 414 horsepower and delivering a sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.1 seconds. This is pretty close to today`s M3, with the same result when fitted with the M-Dual Clutch transmission.

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