U.S. modifiers build the 1974 BMW E9: Iron Man’s exclusive seat drive.

For “Iron Man” actor Robert Downey Jr., I believe everyone should be familiar with it. In fact, whether it is in the play or outside, Robert Downey Jr. is also more like driving, according tomedia reports, the United States car modifier SpeedKore specifically for Robert Downey Jr. modified his car – the 1974 BMW E9, which is the BMW 6 Series model.

U.S. modifiers build the 1974 BMW E9: Iron Man's exclusive seat drive.

SpeedKore largely retains the original appearance of the E9, adding only a small portion of the carbon fiber product, while the exterior color uses a very 70s brick red.

In detail, the new car comes with HRE forged wheels, and the vehicle’s walking part combines two heavyweight modern tonics, the Bilstein shock reducer and the Brembo brake.

Amazingly, the interior part of the car was remodeled by SpeedKore. The gauge and Nardi steering wheel, as well as the door trim, are decorated in gray-white wood, with leather seats and other parts of the interior.

In the power section, the 1974 BMW E9 features a 3.6L engine from the E34-generation M5, replacing the original 3.0L engine with a maximum power boost of more than 300 horsepower, and still matches the ZF 4AT transmission.

U.S. modifiers build the 1974 BMW E9: Iron Man's exclusive seat drive.

U.S. modifiers build the 1974 BMW E9: Iron Man's exclusive seat drive.

U.S. modifiers build the 1974 BMW E9: Iron Man's exclusive seat drive.

U.S. modifiers build the 1974 BMW E9: Iron Man's exclusive seat drive.

U.S. modifiers build the 1974 BMW E9: Iron Man's exclusive seat drive.