Tuning has two main purposes: performance improvements and aesthetic upgrades. And since BMW aims to offer a complete service experience, if you want some mods, you can go directly to them.
The M Division makes sure you get pretty much everything you need, and many go for their products, just to be sure premium quality is met.
For the visual part of the car, the owner of this E92 BMW M3 decided to go for a particular color in the Frozen palette, a Silver shade.”Frozen” colors are quite special and you don’t see that many Bimmers sporting them. One reason is, of course, the price (a mere 5.000 USD), but it seems that maintaining the paint is also quite tedious.
For the interior, the owner decided his M3 would look good in brown leather. And just for safe measure, after he was done at BMW, he paid EAS a visit for some more upgrades. He installed, among other stuff, new BC Forged HB-S02 custom wheels, a new exhaust system and carbon fiber rear spoiler.