Gutted and tuned to perform like a champion.
KBR Motorsport, a small independent tuning company based in Germany, has just unveiled its newest tuning project based upon a 2013 BMW M3. This particular E92-generation M3 is owned by KBR's CEO, Christian Kreher, who is an avid Nurburgring fanatic known for pushing this Bimmer to the limits on the track. KBR managed to increase the output of the M3's stock 4.0-liter V8 engine by remapping the car's ECU. The re-programming added an additional 36 hp on top of the stock 415 hp.
The Bimmer also cranks out a solid 324.5 lb-ft of torque. Additional modifications include the removal of the catalytic converters on the exhaust system and the addition of a customized X-pipe and rear silencer. As the focus of the modifications are geared towards performance on the Ring, the handling and brake system have also been heavily upgraded with KW Clubsport coilovers, adjustable top mounts, new Endless brake discs and pads and a full set of lightweight BBS Competition wheels wrapped in Pirelli Trofeo tires. All of the stock sound insulation as well as the rear seats and some trim items have been swapped out for racing seats, carbon fiber panels and a full roll cage.