BMW Tuning

Modified BMW 435i Gets Tested by Smoking Tires

If you ever want to find out how potent BMW models can be whenever they come fitted with new power kits from different tuning companies, then you should always look for drive tests that journalists from auto magazines worldwide carry out.

They provide the best professional feedback with suggestions on the type of modifications you should make for your own BMW model; or they can just direct you to the best aftermarket shop.

The video below was put together by Matt Farah from The Smoking Tire auto magazine, who recently had the pleasures of driving a modified BMW 435i, which brings it closer to the almighty BMW M4 in terms of mechanics and performance.

Speaking about modifications, this particular BMW M435i comes with stock suspension and brakes, the Evolution Racewerks charge pipe, Gintani catless downpipe with Supersprint exhaust system as well as an AGE air intake, piggyback tune, and a few more with that.

There are also the wider black wheels wrapped in Pirelli P Zero rubbers which perfectly complements the colour-shifting satin exterior colour.

In the engine department, the standard BMW 4-Series 435i comes with an N55 six-cylinder engine, developing 302 horsepower available at 5,8—rom and 295 lb-ft of torque, available between 1,200 rpm and 5,000 rpm. However, with all the modifications carried out, this lad here might come with more than 350 horsepower. Unfortunately, we do not know the exact features. But until fresh details, enjoy the video with the model!

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