BMW M3 gets worked on by Kaege image

The German aftermarket specialists from Kaege have recently introduced their upgrade package aimed for the BMW M3 Sedan, in the new generation, the F80.

BMW M3 fans who feel that the ride could use more power have come to the right place because the German tuning company called Kaege is offering exactly that. According to the aftermarket specialists, besides the extra oomph, the vehicle can also stand out pretty easily thanks to the 20-inch BBS wheels, which have been wrapped in 255/30 and 285/30 Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires, costing 2,949 euros and adding the 299 euros for the wheel alignment, or the 1,499 euros for the carbon fiber paneling for the backrests available in the cabin.

The most significant upgrades are found under the hood of the performance sedan where the 3.0 liter inline six-cylinder turbo engine is resting. This has received a plug and play software, created by Kaege, which is allowing the unit to produce a total output of 517 HP (380 kW) and a peak torque of 700 Nm (517 lb-ft). The extra output will be setting you back for 2,799 euros and this is significantly more than what the standard ride has to offer, 431 HP (317 kW) and 550 Nm (406 lb-ft) of torque. For another 1,999 euros, the tuning company is also offering the KW variant 3 coilover suspension. All the modifications mentioned above are also available for the M4 Coupe and for the M4 Convertible.