The wonderful and gorgeous BMW M3 Sedan has been recently upgraded by the German aftermarket specialists from Kaege tuning division, the sports car now looking spectacular. The upgrade package involves some slight mods concerning the wheels, the cabin, especially under the hood, where most of the upgrades have been carried out.
First off, the BMW M3 Sedan by Kaege has received some standout Michelin Pilot Super tires, being wrapped on the 20-inch BBS alloy wheels, which comes at a total price of 2,949 euros. For an extra 1,499 euros, you can also get the carbon fiber paneling inside the cabin.
In terms of performance, you can also add up a KW 3 coilover suspension, for an additional 2,000 euros. Under the hood, the BMW M3 Sedan by Kaege has received a tuned-up 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder turbo unit, which is now developing a good 514 horsepower and an impressive 700 Nm of torque, the output costing around 2,800 euros, as opposed to the stock 431 horsepower and 550 Nm of torque.
Perhaps a lot of other tuning divisions should follow the example of the Kaege tuner, revealing their prices and specifications for each upgrade kit. This way, BMW owners might decide for themselves which upgrades should carry out or not.