The piece of news you are reading is dedicated to offering you an example for this: the beast you see in the adjacent images (we must thank autoeclectic.com for the info and pics). Meet the VF Engineering Widebody BMW M3.
We’ll start with the vehicle’s exterior, as the car is currently the only E92 M3 in America to wear the Vorsteiner carbon fiber GTRS3 widebody kit (the tuner will only bring 100 units of the aerodynamic war suit to the world). The tuned creation rides on 20-inch rims (10.5x20 for the front axle and 12.5x20 for the rear one) that use a stunning multi-spoke design and a black finish.
Moving under the hood, we’ll find that the vehicle’s 4.0 liter V8 no longer uses natural aspiration, as it has received a Vortech supercharger that comes with a 6psi boost to deliver a power premium of over 200hp. This means that the rear wheels are punished with 620 hp. OF course, the engine has also received other goodies, such as a custom aluminum air intake and an ECU remap.
The story doesn’t end here, as this is anything but a discreet ride. As you can see, the vehicle also comes with multiple decals: the front bumper uses red ones to show us where the intake is placed, while the windshield proudly displays the VF engineering name.