Looking like an everyday, factory 1995 BMW M3, this yellow screamer from tuning house ICS Performance pumps out a Veyron-like 1,000 horsepower courtesy of its massive PT76-GTS turbocharger.

Controlling boost via a Sias-tuned Electromotive TEC3R engine management system, the Bumblebee, as it’s commonly referred to, puts out a freight train-like 860 pound-feet of torque and 1,000 horsepower at only 6,200 rpm.

Dishing out huge wheel spin in any gear from the 5-speed manual, this turbo M3 is able to lose complete traction at 90 mph in 4th--pretty much the stuff nightmares are made of. Considering power was sent through to the wheels via the stock gearbox and the only thing stopping this beast were the factory brakes, we're surprised it even made it out of the workshop doors.

With BMW releasing a twin-turbo coupe in the near future, BMW fanatics may soon catch the turbo bug.


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