Out of the ashes of shut down German tuning firm Brabham Racing comes Alpha-N with their BMW 1M RS.
Out of the ashes of shut down German tuning firm Brabham Racing comes Alpha-N. Headed by former Brabham Racing employees, Alexander Zilliger and Markus Gutjahr, the redeveloped company is focusing on the development of carbon body components in addition to the maintenance as of all BT vehicles (Brabham Racing).
Alpha-N has previously show us their re-branded BT92 based on the E92 BMW 3-Series, but now the BMW 1M coupe is next in line. The vehicle dubbed by Alpha-N as the 1M RS features a ventilated carbon hood, front fascia add-on carbon lower spoilers, carbon roof, carbon luggage lid spoiler and a carbon rear fascia diffuser.
For engine performance, Alpha-N offers basic upgrades which consist of a remapped ECU, new air intake and exhaust system, all of which provide an addition 70 HP (51 kW / 69 bhp) over the serial 340 HP (250 kW / 335 bhp) for a total of 410 HP (302 kW / 404 bhp).
Other upgrades include a MAC high-performance braking system which include 6-piston calipers, 380 mm disks and braided stainless steel lines. Lastly, lightweight OZ Superforgiata rims measuring 8.5x19-inches in the front and 10x19-inches in the rear are fitted with a Michelin Cup tires in 245 and 265 width.