After the introducing of the M3 GT 500, Leib Engineering has unveiled the GT 300 variant, which is based on the BMW E92 325i.

The 3.0 liter naturally aspirated I6 is boosted to 295HP (217 kW) thanks to a new intake manifold, sports exhaust system with by Supersprint and an ECU re-map. If, this is not enough with a single push of a button on the M-multifunction steering wheel adds another 15HP.

The exterior boasts a carbon fiber front spoiler, a matte black rear diffuser and a set of BBS CH-R wheels with Pirelli P Zero tires - 8.5J x 19" at the front with 235/35 R19 and 9.5J at the rear with 275/30 R19. Behind the wheels, there is a high-performance braking system with discs that measure 338 mm front and 324 mm rear – six- and two-piston calipers, respectively.

The tuner also installs an adjustable KW coilover suspension for perfect stance and improved handling.

The interior boasts black anodized gear shift paddles for 6-speed automatic models and sticker-bomb tuning for the dashboard, center console and door panels.

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Source: Leib Engineering