This article discusses a few modifications and upgrades every BMW driver should consider.
1. Door projector lights
Door projector lights are one of the best ways to improve your BMW. BMW projector lights can be installed at the bottom of the door panels. Your BMW already has these lights, but they don’t project the BMW logo. The best way to go about this is to remove the factory lights and install LED projector lights.
Every time you open the door, the BMW logo will be projected on the ground. The installation process is simple, and you don’t need to drill any holes, as they are already there.
2. A BMW key chain
A BMW key chain is probably the most popular BMW accessory. They come in different designs, and you can choose what suits you.
3. BMW mouse mat
This isn’t quite an upgrade for your vehicle. Rather, it is an upgrade for your PC at work or at home. If nothing else, a BMW mouse mat is a clever gift idea for any BMW driver.
4. Custom license plate frame
If you are looking to customize every aspect of your car, you may as well use a personalized licence plate. There are several pre-designed BMW license plate frames, but you can also get a custom license plate frame.
5. Headlight upgrade
If you own a classic BMW, upgrading the headlights is something you should consider. There are great aftermarket BMW headlights available in the market that will not only give you better light output, but your classic car will stand out from the rest. You can even get projector headlights designs if you drive a 3-series or a 5-series.
You can also upgrade your older headlights by switching to LED lights. You can purchase a BMW LED headlights kit and do the installation yourself. If you would like to maintain your BMW’s factory look, pick a light that’s in the 5000k color temperature range.
6. Carbon fiber spoiler
A spoiler is another great BMW upgrade to reduce the airflow over your vehicle with a carbon fibre spoiler, and they’re available in a variety of shapes. Whatever you choose, you will have changed your BMW’s look without breaking the bank. This is a simple DIY upgrade, and the installation process takes less than 15 minutes.
7. Lower bumper lip
Similar to a spoiler, a bumper lip is mounted on the front of your vehicle and also serves to reduce airflow. Get a carbon fiber bumper lip or get a lip that you can paint to match your car’s color.
Although bumper lips come with double-sided 3M tape, you should drill to secure the lip; otherwise, it will come off as soon as your car touches another object.
If you are looking to personalize your BMW or you are just looking for a gift for a BMW driver, the above list gives you some great ideas to get you started.