On the side of introducing the all-new BMW G20 3-series, BMW also revealed an extensive range of M Performance Parts for the car.

At the front, there’s an M Performance front splitter while at the back, the kit includes an M Performance rear spoiler and M Performance rear diffuser – available in a choice of carbon, high-gloss black or matte black – to optimise air flow and reduce lift.

There’s also the M Performance tailpipes, made with a mix of titanium and carbon fibre. On the side, you get M Performance exterior mirror caps made of carbon fibre and illuminated M Performance side sills.

As for the footwear, there are two sizes available; 18-inch M Performance light alloy double spoke 796M, 20-inch M Performance forged cross-spoke 794 M, and 20-inch M Performance forged Y-spoke 795 M wheels. There are even M Performance tyre bags to store and transport the wheels.

Behind those wheels are M Performance 18-inch lightweight brake discs with higher thermal resistance and four pot-calipers, in red, made of aluminium.

Inside the cabin, the package offers an M Performance steering wheel, carbon-fibre shift paddles, M Performance floor mats and M Performance carbon-fibre interior trims, with an open-pore design.

As you enter the vehicle, the BMW M logo can be projected onto the tarmac with an M Performance slide set for the BMW LED door projectors. To go with it, an M Performance key wallet made of Alcantara with carbon-fibre inserts, which can be permanently fixed to the car key.

Lastly, there’s an M Performance drive analyser, to record a range of driving data – a function that is particularly useful when on the track.

Unsurprisingly, BMW also provides M Performance holders for action cameras, which can be turned 360-degrees, to enable images and videos to be taken from numerous perspectives.


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Pan Eu Jin
Regularly spend countless hours online looking at cars and parts I can't afford to buy. How a car makes you feel behind the wheel should be more important than the brand it represents - unless resale value is your thing.