The German-based G-Power tuning studio has unveiled its new tuning program for the current BMW 3-Series (E90) family of compact vehicles. First revealed about 18 months ago, the sporty car is far from showing signs of premature aging, however, there is apparently a solid demand both for visual personalization and performance enhancement of one of BMW’s cash cow.
The program, which is to be officially presented during the next Essen Motor Show tuning fest, is not limited to appearance only but also covers vehicles’ power-plants and chassis.
The G-Power Highline body kit is made of carbon fiber and includes new front and rear bumpers, lip and wing spoilers, side sills and rear diffuser. More aggressive Extremo kit also features additional wheel-arch extensions.
The package is not limited to visual candies and also features some engine refinements. A customer may, for example, order his Bimmer with a 420hp 5.2-liter V8 or even a monstrous 550hp 5.0-liter V10 engine.
To handle such powerful beasts, you might also consider ordering the car with new set brakes, 20-inch rims and height-adjustable coil-over shocks and more prominent stabilizer bars.
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