It’s not easy to make a car look good, slapping on a a body-kit and new wheels takes good design judgment and it’s easy to go horribly wrong as we have seen with some tuners and their Cayenne’s. But this is IND and this is their gorgeously simple BMW M3 Convertible, dubbed Silverstone II.
The kit was designed to be “clean and subtle”, the package features a discrete polyurethane front lip extension and the complete removal of all stock OEM reflectors. Other changes include a new “challenge” rear diffuser and 20-inch BBS LM chrome wheels fitted with Nitto Invo tyres.
IND says that the project is not done yet and in the coming months, the tuner will fit the car with a Eisenmann Sport Exhaust system, a Rogue short shift kit, and a performance shift knob and boot.
Official information is scarce and there is none on the power figures but according to our sources, power likely comes from the standard 4-liter V8 that produces 414hp and 295 lb-ft of torque.
The Silverstone II is not “a mass produced modified car, but rather a car that is uniquely our clients.” The car was created for an unnamed client of IND’s Portfolio styling service.