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Redux subtly enhances the E30 M3’s iconic box-flared silhouette, aiming to capture how BMW might have continued to develop the motorsport legend after the Sport Evolution model….
Each Redux is an expression of its owners personality, a blank canvas on which to create the perfect E30 M3….
In spite of its age, the E30 M3 continues to be used as a performance benchmark against the latest generation of ever more powerful M2s, M3s and M4s – invariably coming out on top….
“Think about how Singer ‘reimagined’ the Porsche 911. Well, now there’s a company that’s applied a similar ‘enhance and evolve’ philosophy to the BMW E30 M3. And this is the stunning result…”
“Restoring and modernising older cars is becoming a big deal these days. Along with the multitude of resto-modded air-cooled Porsches now available, you could bag a reworked Lancia Delta Integrale, a heavily-fettled Jaguar E-Type, or a ‘new’ classic Ford Mustang. Even manufacturers themselves are getting in on the act…”
“When it comes to BMW’s automobiles, the E30 M3 is legendary — considered near-perfect by car fanatics around the world. While altering one might seem like blasphemy, the folks at Redux have a very different outlook. To them, their version of this vintage vehicle is a fittingly-evolved tribute. After getting a good look at it, […]
“Today, the first-generation BMW M3, known by enthusiasts from its E30 chassis designation, is an absolute classic, and values are growing in the collector market. The British firm Redux now provides an answer by building an E30 M3 restomod that updates the vintage model. It is making just 30 of them as an initial production […]
“British-based company Redux has delivered the first enhanced BMW E30 M3 in a limited production series of 30 cars. With interest in performance machinery from the 1980s and ‘90s at an all time high…”
“THE BMW E30 M3 was a state of the art sports coupe back in 1987. But then that was a time when a Commodore 64 was a pretty flash bit of kit. Nowadays mobile phones have processors that are 2800 times quicker than the best-selling personal computer of all time…”
“The BMWE30 M3‘s values have skyrocketed amid nostalgia for the original M3, and the British company Redux is here to capitalize off the demand…”
“For years, the BMW community has been craving for similar projects and the answer might be here today. A company called Redux has set to create the ideal E30 M3 using lots of carbon fibre, Alcantara/leather, and a reworked S14 four-cylinder turbo engine…”
A lovely blog by Nick Hussey, founder of Frahm and an old friend of mine from back in the halcyon days of 90’s Manchester. Please go and browse the jackets he and his co-founder, Jason (another old friend), are creating – they’re beautiful; I should know, I own one!
“It’s been built by a company called Redux, and in short, it looks quite magnificent. The idea is to take a ‘regular’ E30 M3, and restore it using lots of carbon fibre, Alcantara/leather, and a reworked S14 four-cylinder turbo engine.”
“It’s a debate that’s been gaining momentum in recent years – but is there a general consensus on which we can collectively agree? Simon de Burton gives us his viewpoint…”
“We’re not sure what the most difficult job in the car business is, but revising a modern icon must be pretty far up the list. Imagine having to meet the expectations of your discerning customers, hit performance and reliability targets, sate Internet commenters who will never drive the car, and attend to a myriad of […]
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