A BMW M3 Coupe of the E92 generation has received an exterior makeover from German wrapping specialist Fostla.de.
Production of the last M3 Coupe came to an end almost three years ago, but tuners are still showing their love for the E92 generation of which more than 40,000 units were ever made. The latest example is from Fostla which has applied a black chrome body wrap and also tinted the headlights, taillights, and the windows for a more sinister look. The infamous kidney grille is adorned with the M colors and we also notice a black hood and some sporty side stripes to spice things up even further.
This particular car also wears an aftermarket body kit from Carbonfiber Dynamics which gives the high-performance coupe a meaner appearance. It has received a redesigned vented hood, along with a prominent front spoiler lip, beefier side skirts, and a large rear spoiler lip. Also at the back we notice a black finish for the quad tips part of the sporty exhaust system. Rounding off the changes are 20-inch Breyton alloys that have a powder-coated finish and are complemented by a minor suspension lowering kit.
All these upgrades amount to €14,000 (almost $16,000), but keep in mind there aren’t any changes in the engine compartment. That means the naturally-aspirated 4.0-liter V8 pushes out the same 420 horsepower (313 kW). That’s still good enough for a sprint to 62 mph (100 kph) 4.4 seconds which is not too shabby compared to its successor, the M4 Coupe (4.3 manual / 4.1 DCT).