This one very clearly shows (loosely speaking) one of the whole cars that will be lousy with BMW M Performance upgrades.

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Is this the same car, or is there a second one? Who knows -- I can't see a damn thing!

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These cars will have wheels. Wheels that are, presumably, larger and more expensive than the car's original equipment.

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Want some neat, thin vinyl stripes, or perhaps a carbon-fiber rear lip spoiler?

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Maybe you want some thick stripes and an actual wing, instead? You can have that, too.

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Because sound is hard to come by in new, turbocharged cars, BMW's built a performance muffler to boost the burbles.

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Same muffler (presumably), different shot. It's fun to see automakers being creative with exhaust designs.

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You can have some...side sills, too, I guess? I think that's what this one is about.

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Is the standard carbon-fiber trim not enough for you? Do you want more? Pony up the scratch and get as tacky as you like!

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Pro tip: Carbon fiber isn't really doing its job when it's adding weight to vehicles by way of fancy looking trim overlays.

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Here's another wheel, which will likely be just as expensive and large as the one from several slides back in the gallery.

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Carbon ceramic brakes are already options on BMW's M vehicles, so I'm assuming this is another wheel shot. I hope the lighting will be much better at SEMA.

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