Apart from engine tuning which was done by the PP Performance team, the exterior and interior have been finely crafted by the Fostla tuning company which made a special exterior matte color that perfectly suits the mobster character of this vehicle. Besides giving a car a fresh paintjob, Fostla made a whole new body kit which rather nicely wrapped up the Beemer giving it more aggressive and more sporty looks. Actually, the car looks like it was done by the BMW Individual which is a rather nice compliment for the Fostla.
The body kit is just one part of the story. Nicely done stickers at the sides gave this Beemer a bit of personality while the €2,000 Yido Performance YP1 Talia 20-inch wheels are there just to tell everyone that this is a Beemer they do not want to go against.
The springs are new and they’ve got that 5series 35 millimeters closer to the ground. Lower center of gravity is needed as the engine received a nice upgrade kicking up the power from stock 449 HP to very potent 570 HP and 830 Nm of torque. Power upgrade alone costed 4.299 euros and we are pretty sure that that body kit finished with expensive 285/30ZR20 Michelin Pilot Sport tires cannot be worth less than 5 grand. However, performance wise, the BMW 550i got a lot closer to the M5, while the price of this upgrade remained rather affordable in comparison with the price hike you have to endeavor when buying a full fledged M car.