A painful truth about tuning your ride is the high costs. As a general rule, you can’t really make too good an impression without spending some money.
Yet, even if you have enough money to do what you want to you vehicle, it still doesn’t ensure a nice build.
The quality of an aftermarket project mostly depends on the user’s taste and the skill of the one tuning the vehicle. When it comes to professional drivers, there are a few pilots out there with a real eye for quality tuning, as Tony Kanaan proves with his very nice Black sapphire F10 BMW M5.
With the project handled by the guys from Velos Designwerks, the Bimmer is a very nice build, with only aesthetic improvements used. After installing a set of H&R lowering springs, the F10 BMW M5 was hoisted atop some Velos Solo V wheels. Vorsteiner provided the rear diffuser and the front spoiler, and from Eisenmann a nice exhaust system was added. For a nice walkaround and sound test, watch the video below.