At the start of the 12 months, we delivered to your consideration a BMW M3 (G80) with 1,039 horsepower, however in the present day we’ve got one thing much more spectacular. Constructed by the identical tuning specialists at Tom Wrigley Efficiency, this previous-generation M3 (F80) packs a good better punch. The automotive is owned by the person himself, Tom Wrigley, and also you wouldn’t essentially have the ability to inform it has extra energy than a Bugatti Veyron.
Whereas the top-of-the-line M3 F80 was the CS model with 453 hp, this extraordinary construct has been dialed as much as a ridiculous 1,150 hp on the crank. It delivers about 1,050 hp on the wheels, particularly the rear wheels, because the F80 was offered strictly with a rear-wheel-drive format. Having four-digit energy in an RWD M3 positive sounds intimidating, particularly with over 1,200 Nm (882 lb-ft) of torque.
The engine nonetheless places out over 800 horses when operating in low-power mode – one of many 4 selectable modes. To unlock the total madness, complemented by a loud exhaust be aware, the engine should run on E85 race gasoline with ethanol.
The three.0-liter “S55” engine has been extensively modified and it now encompasses a single Precision Turbo 7275. Past the adjustments made to the inline-six, the tremendous sedan boasts a Drexler differential and a beefed up gearbox ready to deal with the absurd quantity of energy. The supercar-beating M3 has additionally acquired AP Racing brakes in any respect 4 corners and an Öhlins suspension package.
The automotive has had solely two house owners and stays in good operating order, having racked up simply 30,000 miles (48,280 kilometers). It’s mentioned to be one of many quickest M3s on the earth and perhaps the quickest in Europe. As to how a lot it prices to deliver an F80 to this specification, you’re taking a look at about £50,000, or roughly $63,300 at present change charges. Tom Wrigley says he occurs to have a buyer’s M4 within the store that’s about to obtain these complete mods.
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