A 90-second video shows exactly what Chicagoland tuners WheelSTO did on the BMW 135i. The video is set to "Give Me That Slow Knowing Smile," by singer Lisa Ekdahl and shows some of the vehicle's assembly, and video of the car cruising through famed Blues Brothers and Batman locale Lower Wacker Drive.
The WSTO Project 1 v1.2 was introduced over the summer. Since then, some major changes have been added.
The BMW 135i now has a Bastuck quad-pipe exhaust that "really lets the turbo engine sound come through." From Japan comes a carbon fiber rear diffuser from 3D Design that is now attached perfectly to the stock bumper.
Lowering the car is made possible with the addition of H&R Sport Springs. The car rides on gunmetal-finish Advan RZ wheels that measure 19x8 +45 and 19x9 +50 and are wrapped in Yokohama Advan AD08 performance tires.
Other participants in the car include IND/A&L, K1 Productions, and VS Motorsports. WheelSTO started off with a twin-turbo 3.0-liter six-cylinder BMW 135i that produced 300hp but it eventually boosted power to 414hp at the wheel. WheelSTO also said that 376hp and 327hp editions are possible.