BMW M3 Receives Factory Carbon Parts

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BMW’s North American arm has been constantly initiating new projects related to performance parts in the last few months.Back in April, the company announced that it will introduce Motorsports parts to the U.S., offering the go-fast items in four of its American centers.

Earlier this month, the carmaker released the U.S. exclusive BMW M3 Frozen Gray Coupe. By the way, the 30 units of the vehicle were sold in 12 minutes, as we reported some time ago.

Now, BMW’s North American arm is releasing a range of carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) body parts for the BMW M3. The parts target all the versions of the M3 (the Coupe, Convertible and Sedan), with the list of goodies including rear deck lid spoiler, mirror caps and front splitters. These match the M3’s factory-installed CFRP roof.

BMW says ]the components have been created using advanced aerodynamic tests at is Munich headquarters in Germany, and that they reduce lift and minimize drag. BMW claims the parts will allow the M3 to offer increased high-speed stability without increasing the fuel consumption.

Like the CFRP roof panels on the M3 Coupe and M6 Coupe, BMW Performance components made of carbon fiber have been climate and durability tested during development to ensure long-term quality. Each component is finished in a special clear coat laminate to reflect ultraviolet radiation,” stated the press release.

The CFRP BMW Performance accessories come with a two-year/ unlimited mileage warranty if they are retrofitted. Should the parts be installed before the car is delivered, they share the M3’s four-year/50,000 mile warranty.
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