For starters, this new 3D Design tuning kit comes with new aero, such as a front lip spoiler, new side skirts, a new rear wing, and a rear diffuser. The side skirts and the diffuser are made from carbon fiber, too. The full kit also comes with lowering springs, 20″ wheels and new exhaust tips, for a properly sporty look and feel. As with all 3D Design parts, these look fantastic and fit perfectly.
However, there’s some mechanical bits available as well. For instance, a Brembo brake kit is available, with 3D Design logos, which should improve the BMW M340i Touring’s ability to stop dramatically. M Performance car brakes are usually good but not great. Brembos should change that.
There’s also an engine tune available, which bumps power up to 430 PS (424 horsepower), which is a helluva lot. The new BMW M3 makes 473 horsepower to start, for reference. Which means this 3D Design tune gets you most of the way there, while also having a practical wagon body style, at a more affordable price.
Admittedly, there is a BMW M3 Touring on the way but it’s going to be very limited and likely quite expensive. So getting an M340i Touring and tuning it up a bit is most likely going to be the more realistic option for many customers. If that sounds like something for you, check out 3D Design.