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      10-28-2016, 12:49 PM   #1
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BMW M Performance Parts and Original BMW Accessories Revealed for 2016 SEMA
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Updated with live show photos! Here is availability info on the forged M Performance Wheels, coilovers, shift knob and engine cover.

• Coilovers should be available by end of this year
• Forged M Performance Wheels should be available Summer 2017
• These wheels will be available for M3/M4 in 19x9 front / 20x10 rear with Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires (265 front / 285 rear), or individually without tires. Port install will only be available as a package (with Cup 2 tires)
• These wheels will also be available for M2 in 19x9 front / 19x10 rear, but without Cup 2 tires
• No pricing or weight specs yet for the M Performance Wheels, but they will be the lightest available from BMW
• Engine cover and new shift knob are targeted for Q1/Q2 2017. Engine cover will also work on the GTS
• Carbon fiber rear wing planned to launch Q2 2017 (for both M3 and M4)
• New center console cover arm rest now available

BMW M3 M Performance Parts at 2016 SEMA




World premiere: motorsport aerodynamics for the BMW M3.
World premiere: M Performance light alloy wheel.
New coilover suspension for the BMW M3 and BMW M4.
M Performance Power & Sound Kit enhances both performance and sound.
M Performance Packages combine attractive individual options.
Smart remote engine start function for convenient interior air conditioning.



World premiere: motorsport aerodynamics for the BMW M3.
The BMW M Performance rear wing will be making its world premiere at the 2016 SEMA Show. This aerodynamic component is made completely from carbon fiber (wing, side sections, support brackets) and is accentuated with racing stripes, bringing motorsport know-how to the streets for a production M3. Market launch is planned for mid-year on 2017.

World premiere: aerodynamics for the BMW M3




World premiere: M Performance light alloy wheel.
One of the most significant innovations being presented by BMW at the 2016 SEMA Show is the new light alloy wheel displayed as a concept wheel on the BMW M3 (19-inch at the front, 20-inch at the rear). Derived directly from motor racing, the M Performance wheel, which is milled and weight-optimized entirely from a forged blank, contributes – compared with wheels fitted with standard tires – towards even better steering behavior, resulting in a further increase in driving dynamics. This is complemented by the exclusive styling of the wheel set, which is shown in Black matte and with “M Performance” lettering on the rim flange and matched with Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires for maximum grip and performance. This new M Performance light alloy wheel is expected be available for M2, M3 and M4 in Summer 2017.

World premiere: M Performance light alloy wheel




New coilover suspension for the BMW M3 and BMW M4.
The shock absorbers with contrasting red coil springs featured on the BMW M3 exhibited at the BMW booth in Las Vegas are clearly distinctive features of the new adjustable M Performance Parts sports suspension for the BMW M3 and M4. This suspension allows the driver to lower the vehicle’s ride height between 5 and 20 millimeters via the adjustable spring plate, effectively lowering the center of gravity allowing for optimal ride height for the track or the road. With the M Performance sports suspension, it is possible to experience racing-inspired driving dynamics in everyday use on the road.

M Performance Power & Sound Kit enhances both performance and sound.
New to the North American market is the M Performance Power & Sound Kit, already available in Germany for the BMW 340i and 440i (including xDrive versions). Now offered for the first time in the US, the Kit comprises a modified engine management software and a higher flowing, electronically controlled valve exhaust system that is actuated in Sport/Sport+ modes via the Driving Dynamic Control Switch. This performance upgrades effectively increase power output of the 3-liter 6-cylinder inline TwinPower Turbo engine by 35 hp to 355 hp, with maximum torque increasing to 369 lb-ft (+39 lb-ft) for automatic transmission vehicles (+25 lb-ft on manual transmission models). The result is faster engine response as well as noticeably improved acceleration across the entire engine speed range, enabling a 0-60 mph sprint 0.2 seconds quicker than stock. This increase in performance is acoustically accentuated by a robust engine sound that additionally intensifies the sporty driving experience. In spite of the increase in power output, fuel consumption remains unchanged after installation of the M Performance Power & Sound Kit.

M Performance Packages combine attractive individual options.
The US-specific M Performance Packages align to each respective model series and combine various aerodynamic and performance elements into an attractive overall package, ideal for customers who are looking to add even more excitement to their BMW. These packages emphasize the dynamic character of each model, lending it a particularly distinctive, racing-oriented presence and offer customers a savings of up to 13.9 percent compared to the total price of combined individual options.

The M Performance Packages are available for the BMW 2 Series Coupe, the BMW 3 Series Sedan, the BMW 4 Series and BMW 7 Series as well as the BMW M2, M3 and M4. With the exception of the M3 and M4, the packages always include, for example, a black front grille, and a visible carbon rear spoiler – painted in vehicle color in the case of the BMW 7 Series – as well as the “M Performance” lettering on the rear side sills. M Performance Packages for the BMW 2 Series Coupe and the 3 Series Sedan include the black M Performance Front Splitter attachment (PUR). This comes in full carbon fiber for the BMW 4 Series and Carbon/PUR for the M3 and M4. Carbon exterior mirror caps are included for the BMW 4 Series Convertible, the M4 Convertible and the BMW 7 Series. In the case of the latter, BMW M Performance 21-inch, double spoke 650 M Bicolor alloy wheels are also included. The package for the BMW M2, M3 and M4 also comprises the M Performance Exhaust system featuring a rear silencer made entirely of titanium (M3 and M4) or stainless steel (M2) as well as distinctive M Performance carbon tailpipes boasting the M logo. There is a choice of two sound settings for the BMW M Performance silencer system, which are linked to the engine’s performance characteristics and activated at the push of a button.

Attractive details complete the range of M Performance Parts.
Thanks to the extensive range of M Performance components with equipment features inspired by and derived from motor racing, there are virtually no limits to the individualization of a customer’s car. For example, the M Performance carbon engine cover for the BMW M3 and M4 is proof of great attention to detail. The elaborately handcrafted component made from high-grade carbon fiber reinforced plastic guarantees that motor racing look when the hood is open. BMW models with a manual transmission can also be refined with the M Performance carbon gearshift knob with Alcantara boot, for example. Last but not least, this can be ideally complemented with the M Performance carbon handbrake grip with Alcantara boot and the M Performance steering wheel Alcantara with carbon trim, available in various versions.

Smart remote engine start function for convenient air conditioning.
Moreover, at SEMA in Las Vegas, BMW is presenting the BMW Remote Engine Start for the first time. It will be initially available for models of the BMW 5 Series (F10) as well as the BMW X5 and X6. Thanks to being able to start the engine from a distance, drivers can precondition the inside of the car on exceptionally hot and cold days, as the simultaneously activated automatic climate control system cools down or heats up the interior to the preset temperature. The system is operated using the remote control of the standard car key – pressing the “lock” button three times starts the engine. If the car is not moved within twenty minutes, the system will automatically switch off the engine.

BMW 7 Series

BMW M2 Safety Car with M Performance Parts

BMW X5

BMW M Performance Parts





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      10-28-2016, 01:09 PM   #2
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Wow those new wheels for the F80/2/3/7 look fantastic. Interested and seeing how much those will cost.
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      10-28-2016, 01:47 PM   #3
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"M Performance Power & Sound Kit enhances both performance and sound"

I got excited reading that as this is the m3/4 forum, only to be disappointed further down the article.


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      10-28-2016, 01:55 PM   #4
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Wheels look really good. I hope there's is a silver option. I'd retire the stock ones for winter and get these for summer for sure.
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      10-28-2016, 02:23 PM   #5
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That lightweight wheel would be awesome as an OEM option rather than an accessory. I'm guessing a $4k+ MSRP which means it would be insane to have it port-installed unless they gave you a core refund for your 513M, 437M, or 666M, but I suspect they will not.
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      10-28-2016, 02:44 PM   #6
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Any info on the weight/width of the wheels?
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      10-28-2016, 03:42 PM   #7
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where are the gts tailights
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      10-28-2016, 03:43 PM   #8
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The wheels are nice. Probably expensive as all get out though... good thing I got the standard 18s.
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      10-28-2016, 05:56 PM   #9
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Wow those new wheels for the F80/2/3/7 look fantastic. Interested and seeing how much those will cost.
If you have to ask the price,...
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      10-28-2016, 08:14 PM   #10
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Staggered diameters.. wouldn't that screw up the suspension tune?
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      10-28-2016, 11:14 PM   #11
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Wheels look great.
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      10-29-2016, 12:00 AM   #12
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The wheels look pretty good, but given what I'm guessing their price will be, I'd rather have BBS Fi-R, HRE, etc... unless you can select them as an upgrade option, like the 437's, which are already forged, lightweight wheels.

They make the 'coilover' almost sound like it comes with different shocks too, but we all know that's not the case. At least it looks like BMW's finally releasing their suspension upgrade for the M3/M4.
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What color is that red interior they put in an old tree hugger's car?
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I want those wheels... but the fact that they come with the PSC2's means they will cost... probably way more expensive than a comparable forged wheel.

But having them in 19"s with guaranteed fitment for CCB's is a nice thing.
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That lightweight wheel would be awesome as an OEM option rather than an accessory. I'm guessing a $4k+ MSRP which means it would be insane to have it port-installed unless they gave you a core refund for your 513M, 437M, or 666M, but I suspect they will not.
They might be offered installed from the factory as part of special "package" .
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Any info on the weight/width of the wheels?
If I were to guess, I would say 9½" front and 10½" rear.

I am also eager to find out about weight. The 666M are rather dissapointing in that respect.
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over that damn wheel design already, it's been done way too many times...
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Updated with live show photos! We're confirming expected release dates for the yet-to-be released parts and will update with that info soon.

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      11-02-2016, 12:10 PM   #21
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Loving the new rims . That's what should have came on the comp package, not the 666m ones.
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how much for them black wheels?
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