Last time we heard from the tuners from Leib Engineering, they were proud to have released the BMW GT 500.
Based on the E92 BMW M3, the GT 500 was a success, and now the company decided to have another go at the M3.
This time they have focused on the 325i version of the M3, and the title it bears is BMW GT 300. Power was upgraded via a new intake manifold and a reworked ECU, while also adding a sport exhaust system. this brings the total power output up by 92 Hp.
The overall styling of the exterior of the BMW GT 300 is quite similar to the GT 500. The car sits atop 19 inch wheels and features carbon fiber front spoiler and a black rear diffuser. Form KW, Leib Engineering installed adjustable coilover suspensions. The brakes have also been upgraded to a high performance kit with disks that measure 338 mm front and 324 mm rear.
Considering the success of the previous BMW GT 500, we fully expect the GT 300 to also sell quite well, proving once again the quality of the projects Lebi Engineering provides.