The engine is untouched, but with 420hp (309kW) it's hard to complain. Instead, the German tuner has focused on boosting suspension performance and improving the appearance with a new bodykit and large, custom wheels. A chrome grille insert adds to the effect, while a carbon-fiber lip spoiler gives the front end a high-tech edge.
The oversized wheels are 20in Type V units, with five widely-spaced spokes to give a clear view of the eight-pot brake calipers fitted as part of the package. A carbon rear diffuser smooths out the underbody airflow to reduce lift, and the silencer and tailpipes at the rear of the exhaust give the car a strong note.
Inside the cabin, much is left intact from the generally excellent BMW design, though aluminum accents are added to the handbrake handle, pedals, gear shift and i-Drive controller. Other interior elements are enhanced with carbon-fiber, while optional extras include sports steering wheels fitted with airbags and custom velour floor mats.