While you can still easily recognize this coupe as an E46 M3, the coupe comes with a full carbon fiber front, while the wonder material has also been used for the custom Rocket Bunny kit found on the machine.
The yellow right-side headlight, which talks about the racecar influences of the project, is mixed with an air intake that replaces the front light cluster on the left side of the vehicle.
Speaking of which, the engine compartment of the thing now includes forced induction hardware supplied by High Performance Compressors. The setup also involves a TubeXpert exhaust, so you should be able to hear the thing coming from a mile away.
The car also features serious wrap work, which comes from Wrap Junkies.
As for the connection to the road, this has been redefined. For instance, the rolling goodies seen here come from VIP Modular Wheels. We're talking about VLS450 wheels, which are wrapped in Toyo Tires R888R.
Cool, but what about the cabin of the Bavarian hero we have here?The transformation that took place inside the M3 is almost as impressive as the exterior one, even though the car has maintained its full interior - the front seats are the exception, with these having been replaced by a pair of bucket... skeletons.
And if you check out the image gallery above, you'll also notice a hydraulic handbrake, so the driver can easily correct his drifting maneuvers.