BMW M3 Gets 517 HP, Lots Of New Style, From Kaege

Tuning

New style = new set of rims.

German tuning house Kaege has unveiled a comprehensive aftermarket program for the F80 BMW M3 starting under the hood, where a TUV-certified ‘plug & play’ module enables the 3.0-liter twin-turbo six-cylinder to deliver 517 hp and 516 lb-ft of torque. At 2,799 Euros, the module an also be used in the M4. Created with KW, a modified adjustable suspension lowers the M3 by 20 mm, while Kaege swivel bearings provides a drop of 2.5 degrees, increasing grip on the front axle and improving steering response.

KW-Clubsport and coilover suspensions are also on offer for those wanting more of a track day setup. A new set of 20-inch BBS rims wrapped in Michelin Pilot Supersport tires are priced at 2,949 Euros, while Kaege has created carbon-fiber backrests and neck supports to complement the M3’s sporty cabin.

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