It's one thing to have a BMW M3.
It's another to take it and mod it. Extensively.
That appears to be exactly what one owner from Connecticut has done. While it's relatively subtle from the outside, just wait until you see what's been done under the hood. Though it has been lowered and sports a set of lightweight Volks, you wouldn't know right off the bat this particular M3 is producing 683 WHEEL horsepower.
This is one of the great E90 M3s, unquestionably.
“Don’t judge a book by its cover” is an expression we’ve all been warned of at some point in our lives, however it may have applied. While most of us were told this at a young age, it still holds true no matter how much time passes. Those of you familiar with the E9X platform know of its naturally aspirated, high revving V8 engine making over 400 horsepower. At first glance you can tell this thing is serious. It’s lowered on RD springs with Volk TE37-SL’s and an Akrapovic exhaust. With the addition of a few little aesthetic BMW Performance pieces it’s evident that this has been modified, but it’s not until you get in the car that you know this thing means business...
...I’m sorry, did I say civil? Last time he checked he was making 648whp [edit: now 683whp] but will be going back in soon for another dyno run and is expecting more power with a few tweaks. He can keep up with the best super cars out there and fit 3 other people comfortably while doing it. If you do happen to catch Izzy on the road in Connecticut be mindful of this metaphor and don’t underestimate what his sedan can do.