BMW 2-Series coupe has become even more powerful in tuning from Mulgari studioJune 10, 2019
The foreign tuning company Mulgari has presented a seriously modernized version of the Bavarian coupe BMW 2-Series. The car was named Icon03. The production of the Mulgari BMW Icon03 is limited to only 25 copies.
British tuner – the company Mulgari, announced that with his next creation he pays tribute to the great Bavarian BMW race cars of the past and the present, in order to create the perfect car for driving.
The company’s engineers have taken the BMW Coupe in the powerful M240i version as the basis for their project. The resulting car was named Icon03. Specialists in design, styling and tuning used the success of the Bavarian automaker in motor racing as the philosophy of their work – they were inspired by changes in the power plant, chassis and weight loss measures. On the assurances of the guys from Mulgari, they managed to add a Bavarian coupe even more dynamics.
The BMW Icon03 has been modified to imitate the best design features of past brand cars. Some carbon fiber elements were taken from the high-performance M3 CSL (E46 generation).
Square and more aggressive looking extended wings are a reference to the M3 E30. Front wing notches have fastening “wings” from BMW 3.0 CSL.
Other modifications include a front splitter, which is located across the entire width of the bumper and is designed to generate the necessary downforce. The body was also enlarged and also received square wheel arches. The result is a rather interesting car, both in aesthetics and in functionality.
Under the hood, the Icongar BMW Mulgari has a B58 turbocharged engine from the M240i, which has been upgraded to provide greater performance. The number of horsepower is not disclosed, but the tuner noted that the car gives no less than 500 hp
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