However, the owner decided not to dwell on the exterior. In the cabin, he installed the original multifunction steering wheel from BMW, and with an M-badge, and decorated the dashboard, covered with a piece of pink velvet, with the inscription M Performance. Otherwise, the interior of the Korean two-door remained unchanged.
It took Dimdi six to seven months to remake. This isn’t the first Hyundai Coupe he’s turned into a BMW: a year ago, the Korean showed off a black coupe with a low grille borrowed from the 4-Series, 5-Series door handles with M and xDrive badges. Why Dimdi chose this model is not clear – in fact, he admits that getting the desired resemblance to Bavarian cars is not easy. However, he says he loves the attention his Hyundai-BMWs get on the road.