E30 BMW “M3” Sharknose Shows Amazing Hexagonal Lights

Nowadays, we get to enjoy fresh renderings that help fuel our dreams on a daily basis. However, there are few artists who manage to bring their designs into the real world. Well, Khyzyl Saleem, the pixel master behind the work we have here is one of them.
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The gear head, who has been creating otherworldly renderings for quite a few years now, has managed to create a label dubbed Live To Offend, which has come up with an E30 BMW widebody kit, with this having reached the coupe and the wagon. Oh, and yes, that name does feed off the energy of the purists who cry about this package borrowing the E30 M3's look and taking it to the next level).

Well, the rendering that now sits on our screens aims to dial the said LTO Bimmer package to eleven. And it all starts up front, where the artist has decided to bring a bit of a Sharknose vibe.

However, the 635 CSi look also seems to bring the E30's front end closer to that of its predecessor, the facelifted E21.

Nevertheless, the devil is in the details with this one, as you'll notice by checking out the hexagonal light cluster design that now adorns both ends of the senior Bavarian model.

And while bits like the Turbofan wheels and that rear wing bring an old-school motorsport aroma, the rear diffuser certainly has a contemporary look.

Of course, that diffuser's generous size comes via the generosity of the exhaust tips, which have allowed the aficionado to relocate them (these now sit where the license plate used to be).

PS: While the first two Instagram posts below showcase the pixel-augmented LTO kit described above in the two non-colors so many people love, you'll find the real-world aero packages in the other pair of posts below.

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Ever wondered what a sharknose/635 front end looked like on an E30? No? Me neither, but here it is! - - Coupled with our @lto_livetooffend E30 kit, I made a few further changes to this 3 series, including some sequential, trippy, hex lights. This would be static mode. *CHECK MY STORY FOR SOME BONUS SHOTS!* - - On a side note, the world is in turmoil right now, so I'm trying to do what I can trying to keep out of others way and just focus on making art. Basically the perfect thing for an artist, i lowkey love the isolation. But I also know for many others Jobs are at risk, we need to look out for each other, check-in on family, friends & neighbours. Don't panic buy shit & look after yourself. - - #art #design #3d #bmw #lto #livetooffend #ltoe30 #e30 #3series #khyzylsaleem #kyza #ks #blacklist #speedhunters #stancenation #donutmedia #scifi #cyberpunk #concept

A post shared by Khyzyl Saleem (@the_kyza) on Mar 20, 2020 at 9:27am PDT

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LTO | THE ARRIVAL: - - Cars are a diary in the metal. Nobody has to like or understand it except you and you alone. That is what we represent at Live to Offend. Where renders become reality. - - *Video now live! See link in bio for full version* - After SEMA this past year, we teamed up with @halcyonphoto to help launch our brand into the new decade. This video features @rebellionforgeracing coupe (sporting our stage 1 kit; minus the fender blades) and @e30sports touring (sporting a new prototype kit which will be available for purchase in the coming months). For those interested in the apparel seen in the video, everything is now for sale on our new website. Please take some time and visit the masterpiece of a site designed by our good friend @dassel.hoff - - It’s been two years since @the_kyza and I embarked on this journey. With the soft launch in 2018, we showcased our all carbon kitted E30. The success and love we felt from that was overwhelming, so thank you to our day one supporters! Since then, it’s been a year of learning from all the challenges we faced, but we’re extremely proud of the team we’ve built, and can’t wait to show you what we have planned for 2020. *Hint our website reveals some clues* - #livetooffend #lto #bmw #e30 #beseennotscene #metaldiary #thearrival

A post shared by LTO: Live To Offend (@lto_livetooffend) on Jan 24, 2020 at 8:03am PST

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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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