Constructed from carbon fibre, the package comprises of a front spoiler for increased downforce, a ventilated hood, boot lid and four-point adjustable rear wing which can also be substituted for BMW’s factory M3 GTS item. The hood and boot lid undercut the components they replace by 2.6 kg and 8.1 kg respectively.
Owners craving a performance upgrade can opt for one of the company’s new ‘Sporty Drive’ TU supercharger kits which feature a redesigned air intake and racing filter. The entry-level SK I option extracts 388 kW (520 hp) from the 4.0-litre V8, while the SK II package, which makes use of the ASA T1-523 ‘charger, allows an output of 433 kW (580 hp). The final SK II CS stage includes an additional fuel pump and optimized ECU software and nets you a imposing 455 kW (610 hp).