BMW has a very nice habit of delivering production versions of their concept cars mostly unchanged. And that is a good thing, as the concepts the car maker dreams up are purely awesome.
But there are a few features that never get to the production phase.
One such case is the hexagonal headlights presented on the 4 Series concept car. Now that we know how the model actually looks like, some enthusiasts long for the lost feature.
The silver lining is that if one car maker won’t deliver what a certain individual desires, there is sure to be an aftermarket specialist out there that can’t wait to make things right. In this case, the hexagonal headlights were fitted to a F30 BMW M3 and plans are in motion for another owner to fit them to his E92.
So far, the pictures look really good, and this endeavor might prove quite lucrative for the man who came up with the idea.