Back in August I had traded in my 1 of 30 2011 Frozen Grey E92 M3 -- I loved the car, but it was dated given that the new generation was both much more aggressive, much faster, and more technologically advanced. I also live in Beverly Hills which of course means you can't drive the last generation body when the latest generation is available.
I wanted a sedan this time around as my daily driver because it was too inconvenient trying to throw things in and out of the coupe, that and it wasn't comfortable trying to seat more than two in the E92.
The F80 has been a fun project thus far, but my ADHD is getting the best of me and I don't have the patience to wait for parts to be released for such a new platform, so I believe as it currently sits is how the car will reside.
Current modifications are as follows:
iND Painted Front Reflectors
iND Painted Kidney Grille Surrounds
iND Painted Side Markers
iND Painted Trunk Badge
Mode Carbon Spoiler
XPEL Stealth Clear Bra
Spectra Photosync Tint (35% Including Windshield)
ONEighty black headlights
BMC High Performance Replacement Air Filters
JB4 (Map 7)
Evolution Racewerks Competition Series Catless Downpipes
Magnaflow Axle Back
H&R Sport Springs
MS Spacers 15mm Front x 12mm Rear
Toyo R888 265/30/19 x 295/30/19
The car is currently putting out 560whp and 590wtq -- this brings it down to 10 second range in regards to quarter mile, which is exciting for a daily driven sedan that comfortably seats 4 adults, but boredom is overcoming the 'wow' factor. One thing I will miss is the fact that there is no other sedan on the market that can perform as the F80 M3 can; sure an RS7 may be faster when tuned, but nothing will compare to the handling ability of the F80 chassis.
What I'm on to next, I'm unsure, but the M3 is currently up for sale.
Ask: 77,500 modded | 73,500 stock