There is not much one could say against the design of the brand new M4, as it clearly shows a “natural” progression of BMW’s design language, one that has yet to fail.
Thus, some M3 owners might want to upgrade to M4, but lacking for money, they have to contend with what they have.
Then again, why should they? Why not just try to upgrade bits and pieces of the M3 to mirror features from the M4. This is the line of thought I believe OSS Designs used when they came up with a very interesting option.
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