The BMW specialists from M Sport, based in Taiwan, did their magic on a BMW M235i which now features a bevvy of performance and aesthetics upgrades. Its design benefits from a new Manhart Racing widebody kit, HRE Performance Wheels, Brembo and KW Automotive springs.
Unlike some other builds, the BMW M235i’s stock engine has been upgraded, adding a bit more power and torque as well. The most noticeable part of this build is the Mannhart Racing Widebody Kit.
At the front, you will find a brand new spoiler with a carbon fiber lip and larger air intakes, perfectly blending in with the extended front fenders. A blacked out kidney grille perfects the front fascia.
The flared wheel arches with integrated air intakes and outlets are found on both axles. These do wonders for both the cooling and the overall looks. In the rear, you will find a brand new bumper installed with an integrated diffuser. Finally, a RKP Clubsport carbon fiber racing wing sits atop the trunk helping with downforce.
Finally, the factory wheels were swapped for a set of custom-made forged aftermarket wheels. These, designed and manufactured by HRE Performance Wheels, fit perfectly with the theme of the build. The HRE P44SC wheels are sized 19 inches front and rear, and painted with a Satin Black finish.
A Brembo GT brake kit with yellow calipers is installed, adding both braking performance and aesthetics. To complete the build and give the car a better stance, a set of KW Variant 3 coilovers was installed.
The stock BMW M235i is powered by a 3.0-liter BMW M Performance TwinPower Turbo inline 6-cylinder developing 320 horsepower. With a Manhhart Racing tune, the engine now produces a rather impressive 430 horsepower and 391 lb-ft of torque, paired with a top speed of 186 mph.
Source: BMW Blog