BMW E30 M3 by Redux
Bringing a classic car back to life is one of the ever-changing trends in the car industry, with some wanting to keep the iconic shapes of a particular car, but with the features and technologies of modern times. One example of this trend is that of the small company Redux, which introduced a restored and ostensibly modified BMW E30 M3 classic. Think about how Singer "reimagined" the Porsche 911, Redux have built the ultimate reincarnation of the BMW M3 using lots of carbon fibre, Alcantara/leather, plenty of tech upgrades, and a reworked S14 four-cylinder 2.5-liter turbo engine that’s good for 387 hp and 390 lb-ft of torque. Limited to only 30 units, the E30 M3 will be made with a wait time of up to 24 months.