When it comes to the 3 Series, more specifically the E46 Convertible, you can’t really say that it is one of the most common platforms for aftermarket tuning.
Still, there are a few out there that buy one and fiddle with it, just like the one we are about to talk about.
Truthfully, it’s not much of a tuning project, but rather a “less is more” kid of build. Performance wise, the owner decided not to go too deep, with only a few modifications installed. The E46 BMW 330i now has a Remus exhaust system with an AFE intake, strut bars from AC Schnitzer, Bilstein shock absorbers, H&R Springs and a nice set of Brembo brakes.
Moving to the aesthetics of it, we can observe a new body kit, compliments of Rieger, a new grille and fog lights. Inside the cabin, all sorts of trims were added from all over the place. AC Schnitzer provided the gear knob and gauges, while the displays come from Alpine with Zapco adding an amplifier and sound processor. Overall, it’s not really a great tune, but it is definitely far from the worst ones.