Manufacturer tuning: These M Performance accessories are available from BMW

Tuning from the manufacturer: These M Performance accessories are available from BMW

You don’t necessarily have to go to the tuner for more dynamics. Many car manufacturers offer performance accessories themselves. The BMW range is particularly extensive.

You can make it short: Apart from performance enhancements, BMW’s M Performance division actually has everything that the tuning heart desires. Aerodynamic parts made of carbon, sports suspension and brakes, rims, exhaust system, steering wheels, everything is there. Naturally, the selection is particularly extensive for the particularly sharp M models such as M4 and Co.

But there are even sporty accessories for the family-oriented Active Tourer, the X models or the eco-compact i3. Owners of older BMW models such as the first 1 Series are also served. All parts can be obtained directly from BMW and are only intended for installation by a specialist workshop. AUTO BILD gives an overview of which parts BMW M Performance offers! Click here for BMW M Performance accessories!

Forged Carbon for the M135i

BMW M Performance Parts

The carbon front splitter (here on the M2) is primarily good for the look, but also brings more contact pressure.

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The The list of M Performance add-on parts for the body is almost endless. Depending on the model, the front apron can be fitted with a carbon front splitter, flics and various attachments. There are attachments and end pieces made of carbon or plastic for the side skirts. Diffusers in the rear apron increase the downforce just like the various roof edge spoilers, rear spoilers and wings. The crowning glory is that fixed carbon rear wing for 2705 euros. Forged carbon attachments are also available for the new M135i. In addition, more accessories such as exterior mirror covers, ventilation panels and colored decorations are available, although these parts do not contribute to the performance.

Carbon ceramic brake system for 14,665 euros

BMW M Performance Parts

Ceramic brakes are more heat-resistant and buckle less quickly on the racetrack than steel discs.

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Retrofit chassis start at around 800 euros, depending on the model. You can also invest three times as much in new springs and dampers. The scope and prices of the brakes vary extremely. It starts with ventilated and perforated brake discs for 200 to 300 euros per axle pair. The ultimate is the complete carbon ceramic system, which costs up to 14,665 euros depending on the model. So that the larger brakes find space, of course, appropriate rims have to be found. BMW M Performance also has them ready, with sports tires depending on your taste. (These costs are incurred when you change the brakes!)

Visually striking flap exhaust

BMW M4 Coupe

Lexus has shown the way: BMW now also has a flap system with sloping tailpipes for the M3 and M4.

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From rear silencers to complete flap exhaust systems, pretty much everything is available. A special eye-catcher is there the new performance system with two pairs of tailpipes arranged diagonally in the middle for the new M3 and M4. The right exhaust sound is therefore provided. However, BMW does not offer performance increases. If you still want to make a more impression when you open the bonnet, you can order the € 1,100 to € 1,598 carbon package for the engine compartment.

Sports steering wheels and short gear lever

BMW M Performance Parts

M Performance offers various steering wheels with Alcantara cover and optionally – as here – with a gearshift indicator.

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last but not least the cockpit can also be upgraded with various accessories. The various sports steering wheels with Alcantara cover, shorter shift levers, aluminum pedals and shift paddles really contribute to an improved driving experience. For a sporty look, BMW M Performance has various carbon panels, floor mats and trim strips ready. You can find more M Performance parts in the picture gallery!

€ 9,445

BMW 116 d, diesel

137,541 km
85 kW (116 hp)

Diesel, 4.3 l / 100km (comb.) CO2 114 g / km *

€ 9,450

BMW 116 i, petrol

74,950 km
100 kW (136 hp)

Petrol, 5.6 l / 100km (combined) CO2 133 g / km *

€ 9,850

BMW 114 i Sport Line, petrol

74,061 km
75 kW (102 PS)

Petrol, 5.5 l / 100km (combined) CO2 127 g / km *

€ 9,980

BMW 116 i met, petrol

84,614 km
100 kW (136 hp)

Petrol, 5.6 l / 100km (combined) CO2 133 g / km *

€ 10,031

BMW 116 1er – 116 i (F20 F21) LimS3, petrol

70,454 km
100 kW (136 hp)

Petrol, 5.6 l / 100km (combined) CO2 133 g / km *

€ 10,285

BMW 114, petrol

49,896 km
75 kW (102 PS)

Petrol, 5.7 l / 100km (comb.) CO2 0 g / km *

€ 10,490

BMW 114 i 102, petrol

108,615 km
75 kW (102 PS)

Petrol, 5.7 l / 100km (comb.) CO2 135 g / km *

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99087 Erfurt, Autoland AG Erfurt branch

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* Further information on the official fuel consumption and the official specific CO2 emissions and, if applicable, the power consumption of new cars can be found in the “Guide to Official Fuel Consumption”, which is available free of charge at all sales outlets and from “Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH” (www


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