Leib Engineering is a German tuning company which turned its attention to the E92 BMW M3, offering a comprehensive tuning kit. It includes a power hike for the stock 4.0-liter V8 which is now capable to produce 470 horsepower.
In order to squeeze the extra power, Leib Engineering opted for an ECU optimization but also a new steel exhaust system fitted with a 100-cell HJS catalyze.
Even more interesting, the dual-clutch transmission gets a revised software able to reduce the shifting times.
In terms of styling, the German tuner provides a white finish with black side stripes, new 19-inch M220 forged alloy wheels with Michelin Pilot Sport Cup semi-slick tires.
A Brembo brake system with 380x32mm (front) and 320x28mm (rear) discs is also available and is able to reduce the brake distance.
“Leib Engineering ennobled the passenger cabin with fine Alcantara material, which also includes the BMW Performance seats,” says the tuner.