Painstakingly designed to be aerodynamic and lightweight, the 1M Raze has a carbon fiber body kit and a modified engine which likely produces 450 hp (336 kW / 456 PS).

RevoZport has unveiled the 1M Raze, which is based on the BMW 1-Series M.

Painstakingly designed to be aerodynamic and lightweight, the model has an extensive carbon fiber body kit which includes:

  • Grille ($250)
  • Ventilated hood ($1,290)
  • Front splitter ($900)
  • Side skirts (TBA)
  • Lightweight trunk ($600 - $1,190)
  • Trunk-mounted spoiler ($499)
  • Roof-mounted spoiler ($780)
  • Rear wing (TBA) 
  • Lightweight roof ($1,500)
  • Mirror casings ($290)
  • Rear diffuser ($780)

Thanks to all these tweaks, the car weighs 60 kg (132 lbs) less than stock.

In the performance department, the tuner installs an intercooler, a blow-off valve charge pipe, high-flow air filters, a revised ECU and a titanium exhaust system. Nothing is official, but the P450 name suggests the package enables the engine to produce 450 hp (336 kW / 456 PS).

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