After AC Schnitzer got their hands dirty with the BMW 5-Series, Hartge seemed to want in on a small piece of the action. Their specialty? Why a new set of wheels, of course.
The tuner is offering a new set of Hartge Classic wheels in three different sizes: 18", 19" or 20", depending on the customer’s wishes. The wheels are wrapped up in Michelin, Pirelli, or Continental tires. The 5-Series Hartge wheels also for run-flat tires. At the front, the larger size of 255/35 ZR is used with a slightly wider size (285/30ZR) at the rear-end.
The BMW 5-Series also gets a new sport spring set that lowers the ride by 30 mm, a set of Hartge emblems for the bonnet and boot lid, aluminum pedals and foot rest, and an aluminum emblem for the center of the steering wheel.
The BMW 550i, for instance, develops a total of 407 HP, but we expect the German tuner to obtain more than that with their usual engine updates.