We’ve previously seen Hamann’s aero kit offerings for the 6 Series coupe M Sport and the Germany tuning company has now extended the lineup for the 6 Series Gran Coupe M Sport.
Fitting the M Sport package variant of the 6 Series Gran Coupe, the kit includes a new front spoiler lip, sideskirts and rear diffuser, in addition to the standard 6 Series Hamann parts – carbon fiber hood, trunk spoiler, wheels, and interior dress up bits.
Bet you never saw an Isetta like this before! Well, neither have we. The three-wheel Isetta was never much of a performance vehicle, until now…
What you see here is more engine than car, featuring a 1959 Isetta essentially strapped onto a superchaged Chevy V8 502 cubic inch engine putting down 730hp, with just two gears on its manual transmission. Forced induction is handled by a BDS supercharger and the powertrain also features twin Holley 750 CFM double pumper carburetors, and Zoomies exhaust headers that shoot … CONTINUED
Have a listen at some F30 328i N20 M Performance exhausts in action.
3D Design Japan has worked at a rapid pace in an effort to create a comprehensive aero program for F30 owners of all trims. Whether your vehicle is Sport line, Modern line, touring model, or M-sport the Japanese manufacturer has a solution for you. Furthermore, 3D Design will continue to develop new products throughout the chassis life cycle so stay tuned for more!
The most recent addition to their F30 program is a carbon fiber diffuser that accommodates the BMW 335 split single tip as well … CONTINUED
Germany based Hartge has released the figures on its ECU software tune for the M5 and M6 good for 642hp and 810 Nm (597 lb-ft), representing an increase of +82 hp and +130 Nm (96 lb-ft) over the factory figures.
Hartge quotes a new 0-62mph time of 4.2 seconds with a top speed of 190mph (305kmh).
This is achieved with the ECU tune as well as a stainless steel exhaust system.
The Hartge F10 M5 below also showcases Hartge lowering springs which lowers the M5 by 25mm front … CONTINUED
Here are results from the Sport Auto performance test comparing the 2013 Alpina B6 (F13) versus the 2013 M6 (F13) coupe.
The Alpina B6 Biturbo (full specs) is powered by BMW’s 4.4L V8 engine rated at 540hp and 730nm torque and top speed of 334 km/h.
The M6 features 560hp and 680Nm torque with a top speed of 305 km/h.
Here are some recent photos from a Coffee & Octane car enthusiasts gathering in Atlanta.
Follow this great project thread as a 1ADDICTS member details his conversion of a 135i to 1M coupe+
Photos from one of the largest F30 3 Series owners meets yet, taking place in Singapore and featuring some nicely modified F30 sedans with lots of M Performance Parts goodies.
Via G-Power: Sometimes less is even more. For example in regards of a car’s weight. Because less weight improves the performance of the BMW M3 and so provides more driving pleasure. With the G-POWER aerodynamic program “RS”, which is completely fabricated from Carbon fibre, one can make the BMW M3 lighter and therefore faster. At the same time the G-POWER “RS” Carbon parts increases the aerodynamic downforce and thus provides for even faster cornering speeds.
G-POWER’s roots have their origin in motorsports. Already in the … CONTINUED
Here’s what the 1M Coupe would look like if it had been offered in Laguna Seca Blue.
Have a look at the first frozen (matte paint) F30 3 series on F30POST. The F30 has been fitted with:
M Sport kit with M Performance add-on(s).
Brembo GT 380mm 6/4 pot front/rear BBK
BC Forged 19″ with Michelin PSS tires
Carbon side mirrors, boot and roof spoiler
M Performance muffler