Usually the art of tuning a BMW is AC Schnitzer’s work. This time around a Japanese tuner is trying their hand at a Beamer and they have turned their attention to the BMW M3 sports coupe model. Craftsman, the aforementioned Japanese tuner, is offering a very original looking design for the German coupe. And if you want a piece of Craftsman’s work then you will only have to wait 4.5 months from the order date for the delivery of your Craftsman’s model.

The package includes tinted headlamps and rear tail lamps, a unique carbon fiber front lip, an Akrapovic EVO exhaust system that adds an extra 20 HP (so that the M3 now delivers a total of 440 HP), a carbon fiber add-on rear diffuser, and an LED rear fog light. The whole package is finished by 20" Work Equip E05 wheels wrapped with Advan Sports rubber. And we have to admit, this Individual Dakar Yellow combined with the carbon fiber inserts looks amazing.

The interior only gets a few tweaks coming as a set of Recaro SR-6 seats, suede leather, and carbon fiber trims.

Pricing for this package has yet to be announced.


Source: jonsibal

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  (383) posted on 08.11.2011

Craftsman really makes an awesome boost in the performance of the car. I like the detailing on its exterior and the modification on its aerodynamic kit. I wonder on what’s the pricing of the package?

  (594) posted on 08.11.2011

M3 is kind of an impressive vehicle. The styling of the car is kind of awesome. Just like any aftermarket version car, it has an awesome exterior update and engine upgrade. Well, I would say that this is not bad option for tuned up vehicle.

  (498) posted on 03.9.2011

I think the 3 coupe doesn’t need any updates. It look so perfect. BTW, the current Civic doesn’t have LED taillights.

  (1023) posted on 06.24.2010

impressive, custom car. it’s very appealing one and it looks more nastier than the m3 gts.

  (387) posted on 06.23.2010

what? 4.5months of waiting before you can have this car? well i wont bother myself waiting for this.. i would rather buy a standard one and custom it like this one...

  (434) posted on 06.22.2010

i like the way it was costumed... specially the racing bucket seat.. they yellow lining has matched with the body color of the car.

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