Studie AG Japan, a tuning company from, erm, Japan, with an AG marker like we usually see from the German establishments.
While everything does sound like the company is actually based in China since the first name seems to be French for Studio.
Anyway, it’s not the branding that we’re so bothered about and the car, a BMW 1 Series M Coupe actually seems to be considerably important.
With the new exterior tweaks, everything about the BMW 1 Series M Coupe seems to follow in the path of its bigger brother.
It only seems natural that the BMW M3 is something to follow up to when you’re the smallest brother of the M division family.
The tuner didn’t really aim to keep up with the BMW M3 at any rate but actually wanted to target one of the high end models, particularly the M3 GTS.
At the moment we’re only looking at an exterior set of mods and an updated paint scheme. Otherwise the technical stuff is standard.
The orange paint and black details hide off a new rear wing, slightly different bumpers and upgraded spiltter and vented hood.
There’s no plan at this point to fit it with the 4.4 liter monster the GTS has but we do know from a certain Egyptian project that a V8 will fit under its bonnet.
At the moment I’m not a big fan of the Studie AG Japan BMW 1M Coupe right now but it does have the potential to get somewhere very interesting.