The BMW M135i has received an aftermarket program courtesy of German engineers from Tuningwerk. We remind you the car is powered by a 3.0-liter six-cylinder turbocharged mill which in its standard configuration churns no less than 320 HP. The output was bumped by a significant 130 HP to a more than respectable 450 HP by tweaking the turbochargers, installing a larger intercooler and an additional watercooler. The hot hatchback has received an ECU remap, a lighter flywheel and a different exhaust system. Tuningwerk also installed a KW Clubsport suspension as well as a limited slip differential.
Other goodies worth mentioning include the 18-inch rims wrapped around in Dunlop Direzza semi slick tires, a performance braking system boasting racing brake pads developed by Tuningwerk, new steel flex pipes, a roll cage and Recaro bucket seats.