Onyx Concept has unveiled a new styling and performance package for the BMW M3 (E92/E93). It features modified bumpers, revised side skirts, and several carbon fiber components.
Onyx Concept made a name for themselves as a Range Rover tuner but have since expanded to include Porsche, Bentley. Now Onyx has expanded once again with the presentation of a new styling and performance package for the BMW M3 (E92/E93).
On the styling front, the tuner installs modified bumpers, revised side skirts, and several carbon fiber components (front spoiler, rear diffuser, ventilated hood, and trunk lid). Inside, customers can order "buffalo hide" leather upholstery and carbon fiber trim which has a range of colored weaves.
Under the hood, Onyx offers a package that enables the 4.0-liter V8 to produce 630 PS (463 kW / 621 hp) instead of the standard 420 PS (309 kW / 414 hp). No word on how this is accomplished, but we're assuming it involves the usual base modifications such as a revised ECU, a high-flow air filter, and a sport exhaust plus some form of forced induction.
Pricing information wasn't released, but the packages will be launched on October 31st.