19 November 2014

BMW GT 300 by Leib Engineering

Following the successful launch of the M3 GT 500, Leib Engineering has announced plans to offer a new GT 300 variant. Based on the BMW 325i (E92), the GT 300 is distinguished by a carbon fiber front spoiler, a matte black rear diffuser and 19-inch BBS CH-R wheels with Pirelli P Zero tires. The tuner also installs an adjustable KW coilover suspension and a high-performance braking system with discs that measure 338mm front / 324mm rear.
Interior changes are limited, but models equipped with a six-speed automatic transmission are outfitted with black anodized gear shift paddles.
Under the hood, there's a new intake manifold and a revised ECU which enables the engine to produce an additional 77 HP (57 kW). If that's not powerful enough, an optional sports exhaust system can contribute an extra 15 HP (11 kW).

Source: Leib Engineering

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