Good news for BMW 1M Coupe owners, who want more from their iconic model. The key to a successful body and power kit is the OK-Chiptuning, a famous aftermarket German based shop which deals mostly with BMW customization programs.
As we can see from the pictures below, this BMW 1M Coupe is standing out from the crowd with some new body elements, like the carbon fiber rear diffuser, radiator grilles, mirror caps, monotube coilovers from H&R, all complemented by the 20-inch Schmidt CC-Line wheels.
Inside, changes are also visible, thanks to the M Performance steering wheel as well as the new gear knob. But the real changes are found under the hood.
As you probably know, the BMW 1M Coupe was equipped with the 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder twin turbo engine, capable of producing a good 340 horsepower and 500 Nm of torque. Well, thanks to the new power kit, mainly consisting of a remapped ECU, the Evo 2 Performance intercooler, new downpipes by Wagner Tuning, Eisenmann exhaust system or the Sachs performance clutch, this model is capable of producing even more.
I am talking here about 450 horsepower and a “reasonable” 710 Nm of torque, which will make it even faster from 0 to 100 km/h than the stock 4.9 seconds. But unfortunately, we do not have the precise performance figures.