German tuner Tuningwerk reveals the full details behind their BMW M235i RS model.
Compared to the stock model, the M235i RS gets a large front splitter, a new rear diffuser and a a racingrear wing, all to improve the downforce. Carbon fiber parts are used all around the car, starting with the side mirror caps, rear diffuser and roof.
The wheels measure 18 inches and are made from a special lightweight allow.
The engine was tuned to now produce 444 horsepower, a significant boost compared to the 320 hp of the stock car. Torque was also increased to 600 Nm (442 lb-ft).
To cope with the added power, the cooling system was also upgraded alongside a new oil pan (made of aluminum). A new exhaust system was also fitted to the car.
Inside, you’ll find Recaro sport seats, a sport steering wheel, roll cage and the works to keep you safe on the race track. The 0-100 km/h (62 mph) sprint is now done in 4.3 seconds, 0.5 seconds faster than the stock M235i.
The total cost of the M235i RS is 65,000 euros.