The German tuning firm has introduced their latest package for the much sought after BMW Z8.
Produced in limited numbers over a three- year period at the turn of the millennium, the BMW Z8, also known as the E52, was an instant must-have collectable. Inspired by the 1955 BMW 507, the Z8 range, of which only 5,703 models were manufactured, featured a 4.0-liter V8 taken from the M5 E39S, rated at 394hp and 369lb-ft of torque. This particular model has been given a makeover by Senner with enhancements including a sports air filter, a returned sport exhaust with stainless steel silencer and flame tubes with metal catalysts.
The result of these modifications is an increase of 50hp and 26lb-ft of torque, and a new top speed of 186 mph. New wheels have also been added to further enhance the car's distinctive appearance in the form of 19-inch Work Schwert SC1 wheels in Diamond Black varnish. Other upgrades include Racing Gold varnished brake calipers, an adjustable coilover suspension and a strut bar fitted to the reinforced front shock mount. The Senner BMW Z8 conversion is priced at 18,900 Euros and is available now.