That’s the trifecta, right?
The car itself has been christened as the M3 Blitzkrieg, and as the name evidently suggests, it comes with a prototype Generation 7 Level 3 intercooled supercharger kit that you probably wouldn’t have seen coming. With the supercharger installed, as well as the addition of a Meth-Injection system, and a full Signature exhaust system, Active Autowerke was able to increase the M3’s output to a whopping 700 horsepower.
A full race-spec suspension was also installed, this time coming from JRZ, as were twelve-piston calipers from Active itself, and a set of 20-inch forged wheels wrapped in Nitto Invo tires.
Aesthetically, the car is dressed in a full vehicle wrap that you might notice resembles that of the 1976 BMW 3.0 CSL Art Car designed by Frank Stella. The grid design isn’t as extensive as that from the Art Car, but you can definitely see the inspiration behind it, including the outlines of the supercharger system, the pistons, and the gears.
Last, but certainly not least, is the inclusion of carbon-fiber components, including an auto carbon rear diffuser, BMW Motorsport front splitters, and a rear deck spoiler.