So BMW’s M135i (F20) comes with a 3.0L turbo inline-6 with 320bhp at 5,800rpm and 450Nm of torque from 1,250rpm – 5,000rpm. Not any more after Versus Performance pumped it up with steroids and sent it out to ‘play’ on the Hockenheimring.
After the M135i got it’s booster shot, the performance figures have gone up as high as 390bhp and 550Nm and to help handle all that brute coming from under the hood, it gets outfitted with a KW Clubsport suspension and a Bastuck exhaust system to help announce its presence, while it shows off a set of 18″ ATS Motorsport rims, wrapped by 265/35 Michelin Pilot Sport Cup tyres.
A stock BMW M135i (F20) is able to fling itself around the Hockenheimring in a respectable 1min 15.7 seconds, but ever since Versus got their hands on it, it now cuts 2.2 seconds off the usual lap time at 1min 13.5 seconds; putting it in M3 CSL territory.
During another test, the M135i was able to get up to a top speed of 259km/h and the century sprint is achieved in 4.6 seconds “versus” the stock 5.1 seconds.
Nevertheless, scroll on down and try not to drool too much.