Although there are plenty of Lamborghini Aventador kits on the market today, that hasn’t stopped Hamann from launching their new Nervudo package at the Frankfurt Motor Show. With a race-ready feel, a whole new aero kit was fitted to the body, consisting of a new front bumper, two front spoilers, side skirts, roof scoop and a large rear wing. Additional modifications to the exterior include the sport exhaust system that exits through a carbon fiber rear diffuser and 20-21 inch lightweight alloy rims wrapped in high performance tires.
Topping the list of international debuts at the Frankfurt Motor Show is the a kit from TechArt for the Porsche Cayman. They have some new additions to reveal what will be part of the program that we have already seen previews for. These include a new set of 21-inch rim along with a larger rear spoiler that is adjustable for two different positions.
A new tuning package has been released by the guys at BBM Motorsport for the BMW 330d Touring. With performance in mind, a Pipercross air filter, Supersprint sport exhaust system and ECU optimization boost the 3.0-liter six-cylinder diesel powerplant. These modifications allow the sporty wagon to produce 274 horsepower with 859 Nm of torque, an increase of 43 HP and 339 Nm of torque when compared to the factory numbers.
The tuners at DMC have revealed their latest Lamborghini Aventador package with the Molto Veloce styling kit. It features a ton of carbon fiber parts, including the front spoiler, side skirts, rear wing and diffuser. We love the new aggressive look of this aftermarket kit, and all the carbon fiber fits well with the deep blue paint job.
The tuning professionals at GAD Motors have developed this insane Mercedes C-Class Coupe that was originally a Brabus Bullit. Back in early 2012, Brabus was able to fit a V12 from a S-Class under the hood of this small C-Class. They also increased the displacement from 5.5-liters to 6.3-liters and installed a twin turbos to boost the output to an amazing 800 horses and 1,420 Nm of torque! However, this wasn’t enough for GAD Motors.
If you own a Ferrari F12 Berlinetta and are trying to decide which aftermarket exhaust to purchase, then have a look at this comparison between the Novitec version and a factory model. If you don’t own this car, well then just listen to the exotic sounds of a great supercar. It’s hard to tell which one I like better, they are still very similar and equally amazing.
Wald International is teasing us this time with their new Black Bison kit for the Porsche Cayenne. These unique Black Bison Edition cars have been a big hit for the tuning firm and we are always anxious to see what’s been released when a Wald email pops up in our inbox. What we have here is the sculpting process of making the body kit, which will then be transferred to the molding phase to be put into productions. From we can see, a new aggressive front bumper with LED daytime running lights is the current focus, while wider wheel arches, side skirts, vents for the hood and spoilers will be installed as well.
Here is the all new Audi SQ5, the first ever “S” branded model from the European automakers, and holds either a diesel or gasoline engine depending on the country you live in. The North American variant carries a 3.0-liter supercharged V6 producing 349 horsepower. ABT Sportsline has taken this under their wing to develop new performance tuning and exterior styling parts to make it extra unique.
The tuners at Oettinger have sent us this image of their new package for the Volkswagen Golf GTI. Up front we notice a new aero kit consisting of a front splitter and spoiler. New side skirts, a rear diffuser and rear spoiler round out the exterior kit. Focusing on performance next, Oettinger installed a larger intercooler, air intake and sport exhaust system underneath.
Lumma Design has stayed a step ahead of the competition by releasing these photos of their CLR X 5 RS for the new 2014 BMW X5. Even though the luxury SUV won’t be released until November, we see it has received an aggressive body kit with a new front bumper, side skirts, wider wheel arches, vented hood, rear bumper and spoiler. Additional aftermarket styling parts for the exterior include the 23-inch alloy rims wrapped in high performance tires and the quad-tipped sport exhaust system.
Newport Convertible Engineering is at it again, this time turning a first generation Porsche Cayenne into a convertible. We never imagined this would be done to a luxury SUV, but last month they surprised us with the Range Rover Convertible. It looks like that was a huge success since 47 owners now want the tops chopped off their Range Rovers.
A new performance kit has hit the tuning scene from the guys at Alpha-N Performance for the BMW M3 coupe E92. They wasted no time with improving the power output of the factory 4.0-liter V8 engine. Starting off with the displacement being increased to 4.6-liters, the horsepower rose from 420 to 490 while torque increased from 295 lb-ft to 346 lb-ft. This hefty gain allows the BMW M3 to reach speeds of 196 mph or 315 km/h with the speed limiter deactivated.