RDSport, a California based auto tuner, is announcing their latest model, dubbed RS35 Biturbo, a vehicle based on the popular BMW E92 335i Coupe. RS35 Biturbo sits 25 mm lower in the front and 20mm at the rear when compared to the regular 3er, it has a more aggressive stance courtesy of a Chassis Kit consisting of new custom-valved Bilstein struts, stiffer springs and anti-roll bars.
The RS35 Biturbo bodykit includes a carbon fiber front bumper with larger openings for better engine and brake cooling with an exposed carbon housing for fog lights. There are also deeper side skirts, a revised rear apron, quad exhaust pipes and a rear roof spoiler. Filling the fenders are lightweight, 20″ RD2 Monoblock wheels or the optional 20″ RS2 multi-piece wheels.
As expected with any respectable tuner, the engine has been modified to output more “ponies” than the production model. These modifications result in an increase in horsepower and torque to 414 horsepower and 404 lb/ft – the stock vehicle clocks out at 302 horsepower and 295 lb-ft. . A free-flowing intake and a larger, more-efficient intercooler help supply enough air.
It is worth mentioning that the almighty BMW M3 has 420 horsepower, but less torque.
Interior upgrades include the RS Pedal Set in machined aluminum, aluminum hand brake cover, logo carpet set and RDSport crests in the steering wheel and shift knob.
No pricing has been released yet by RDSport.
[Source: RDSport ]