The team around the tuner Hamann Motorsport has just released a new project. The basis was a BMW 3er F31 Touring into consideration as we already had it in early December 2014 in one black version allowed to look at. The current model sports a set of black kidneys, tinted windows and black Anniversary Evo alloy wheels in 21 inches. After the tuning cure that allowed the car to endure, the 3 Touring is now much more exciting and individual than the production version. If you're also the proud owner of a BMW 3er F31 Touring, then Hamann Motorsport should be an interesting starting point when it comes to setting the car apart from the crowd. As far as the changes made to the F31 Touring are concerned, we have already learned the first details. What we know we have listed as always below for you in a summary. But if you find any other changes that we have not listed so just use the comment box and let us know!
(Photos: Hamann Motorsport)
Here are the details of the BMW 3er F31 Touring:
- 21 Custom Anniversary EVO Alloy Wheels in 20 Inch
- Competition front spoiler
- Rear center panel in the bumper for right / left exhaust system
- Sport rear silencer with four tailpipes made of stainless steel
- unknown lowering (sports springs, coil springs, sports suspension, coilover suspension, air ride air suspension - Info is pending)
- darkened windows at the back
- black kidneys
- possibly a performance increase - (chip tuning, tuning box, compressor or turbo conversion, NOS etc. - info is pending)
Certainly, new information and certainly new pictures and videos will soon be online. As soon as this is the case, we will of course put it online and inform you about it.
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