Alpine White BMW E92 335i Photoshoot by Cristian Guamanzara
Sometimes where ever you lay your eyes, you see the same thing. You get bored with it. You get kinda tired of it. But in the case of amazing white BMW’s there is no way something like that can happen. So today, when I got a message from Cristian Guamanzara about his Alpine White BMW E92 335i Photoshoot I was pretty much happy to see what’s it all about. And was I in for a surprise! This NYC – Queens/Brooklyn area photographer sent me a few dozen photos that will blow one’s mind!
That’s pretty much what happens when you do something just for the fun and love to it. So it is with photography and this talented 26 year old from NYC. The authors words pretty much sum it up “I enjoy doing automotive photoshoots. Cars are my ambition and photography is my passion, combined they are my inspiration”. If you live in the NYC or come close to that, want a car photographed? Then be sure to check out Cristian Guamanzara’s website and get him to photograph your car too!
But enough of this talented photographer, let’s get back to this beautiful Alpine White BMW 335i that we are showing you here. This ’07 E92 335i features Alpine White exterior color (yeah, we know where telling you something obvious) with a pretty much nice Coral Red interior, featuring an aluminum trim in some parts. Really good selection of color, trim and details in the car. We’ve seen hundreds of different cars in the last year, where some of them were kinda tacky and out of place, but this one hit the spot.
The exterior features an M-tech front/rear bumpers with custom painted carbon fiber splitters for the front bumper, adding to the cars overall aggressive exterior looks. There is also the full carbon fiber grill and matching emblems, which in our weird little world look just as the topping on a cake, a little detail that sits very well on the car itself. To help the engine breather better and get all that heat coming from it, there is the Vorsteiner V-35 CF vented hood painted with only the vents exposed in carbon fiber.
Also featured are the OEM M3 side skirts that were custom cut and fitted on the sides. Helping with the appearance of its rear end are the Vorsteiner double side carbon fiber trunk with a faded lip and the astonishingly good blacked-out taillights. Why we say astonishingly? It’s only headlights? Well, they are … but they add so much more attention to the rear and while fitting the car in a way that some may think it came from the factory like that.
What kind of a tune up for a car would come without some aftermarket wheels? So the owner fitted the Alufelgen 19″ CSL wheels to get the overall looks up even more. The wheel sizes are 19×8.5 in the front and 19×9.5 in the rear. Tires are Vredestein Ultrac Sessantas sized 235/35/19 front and 265/30/19 rear. The wheels have been painted gloss black with a white time attack ring. If some of you have noticed the lower stance of the car, that’s thanks to the H&R Sports springs.
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