The Italian tuning house did not disclose performance figures for the RS35 BiTurbo, but we gather that it will be a tad faster than the stock 306HP 335i Coupe that goes from 0 to 100km/h (62mph) in 5.5 seconds versus the M3's 4.8 seconds.
To improve handling, Racing Dynamics has equipped the 335i Coupe with "custom-valved" Bilstein struts, stiffer springs and anti-roll bars. The Bavarian coupe that rides on new 20-inch multi-piece wheels shod in Pirelli P Zero Nero rubber, now sits 25 mm lower in the front and 20mm lower at the rear.
On the outside the RS35 BiTurbo is distinguished by the new carbon-fiber front bumper with larger openings for better engine and brake cooling with an exposed carbon housing for fog lights. A new set of side skirts and revised rear apron with quad exhaust cut outs along with a roof and trunk spoiler complete the changes.
As for the interior, upgrades include the RS Pedal Set in machined aluminum, aluminum hand brake cover, logo carpet set, a new speedometer and RDSport crests in the steering wheel and shift knob.
Source: RDSport , Via: Worldcarfans