The dynamic character of the fifth-generation BMW M3 has received some significant improvements and thanks to Kaege Automobile GmbH the four-door sedan is even more functional and progressive. Enhancements include not only interior changes but exterior and performance tweaks which optimize the stance of the M3.

Performance is perhaps the most important aspect when it comes to the overall presence of a certain vehicle. It is pretty much like the brain of a human being - the first impression of a person depends on what this gray matter in the head is able to produce! This time around, BMW M3 and M4 can show off with power highlights developed as a collaborative work with NoLimit. Upgrading the S55B30 engine which originally generates 431 HP (317 kW) and 550 Nm of torque, Kaege boosts the power to 517 HP (380 kW) and 700 Nm of maximum torque. This costs 2.799 Euro, offering detailed consultation, installation (which demands additional 99 Euro) and TUV- registration too.

Models like BMW M4, BMW F82 and BMW F83 benefit from home-made carbon paneling for two backrests and exclusive neck supports as well which perfectly match the initial carbon fiber environment of the cars. Customers can take advantage of these parts in exchange of 1.499 Euro. For that money they will get two seat back covers, two panels for the rear neck supports and assembly adhesive.

Kaege BMW M3 is moving on a wheel-tire combination of CH-R type BBS rims 9 x 20 inches in front and 10.5 x 20 inches at the rare, equipped with Michelin Pilot Supersport in dimensions 255/30R20 or 285/30R20. This wheel set costs 2.949 Euro.

Other goodies also include: wheel load setting option for the race track operation for 149 euro; KW variant 3 coilover suspension for 1.999 euro; KW-Clubsport-2-Way with support bearing for fall adjustment for 2.899 euro or KW-Clubsport-3-Way with support bearing for fall adjustment for 4.199; thread spring sets that bring more depth on the front axle by 20 mm and at the rear axle by 20 mm for 599 Euro.

Source: Miranda-Media