The company’s ‘Sporty Drive’ TU supercharger kits include an optimized air intake and racing filter, and start with the entry-level SK I option, which extracts 388 kW (520 hp) from the 4.0-litre V8, up from the factory figure of 309 kW (414 hp). Next is the SK II package, which makes use of the ASA T1-523 ‘charger, allowing an output of 433 kW (580 hp). The final SK II CS (ClubSport) stage includes an additional fuel pump and remapped ECU software and nets you an impressive 455 kW (610 hp).
Limited to thirty packages, pricing is set at €4,199, €6,719 and €8,399 respectively.
Other components available for the M3 include a GM3-RS adjustable coilover suspension kit, a 20-inch Silverstone Diamond wheel package with Michelin Pilot Sport tyres and a stainless steel silencer with four 83 mm tailpipes.