Known as the "MH2 560" package, the total cost is projected to be £31,000. With the addition of new catalytic converters, downpipes, and a matte black stainless steel exhaust system, your M2 will gain an additional 100 horsepower and 74 lb ft of torque.
A BMW Z4 GT3 race car has been transformed for the road over the course of eight months by Florida-based tuner Gooichi Motors.
Californian tuning company Vorsteiner has revealed plans for its impending birthday celebrations, and ingeniously, one of those plans entails constructing a customised BMW M2.
BMW initially revealed the i8 back in 2009 with the original Vision EfficientDynamics Concept, a design whose lines have stayed consistent over time and are plainly seen in this upgraded version.
German tuner Manhart isn't particularly renowned for its modest automotive modifications instead, it favours use of carbon fibre as its hallmark style.
The sparkling new BMW M3 Touring features a suite of upgrades from German tuner AC Schnitzer, which transforms the already extremely quick estate into something that would feel right at home on a racetrack.
With a small batch of 250 high-performance GTs, Alpina adds its own touch to BMW's M5.
It's a remarkably uncommon BMW M1 "AHG Studie," and you may not be familiar with these.
The 3.0-liter twin-turbo straight-six in the CSL has been upgraded from the conventional 542 horsepower to a far more adequate 692 horsepower.
Unfortunately, you won't be seeing the modified BMW i4 by AC Schnitzer stealthily tracking down criminals anytime soon.
Aerodynamic Development Race Optimization (ADRO) claims to be the first business to commercialise an alternative front bumper for the bmw m4.
This BMW was modified by a German tuning company, and it isn't any more ugly than when it was first built.
BMW describes its carbon components for the powerful M3, but those tailpipes are too much for us to handle.
It was created by Polish tuner Carlex Design, and the finished product barely qualifies as subtle.
This M3 Touring is the new MotoGP safety vehicle, as you may have guessed from the stickers, lights, and unique "50 years of M" livery.
The BMW M4 Competition, with its 3.0-litre twin-turbo straight-six engine producing 503bhp and 479lb ft of torque, is fairly powerful by most people's standards.