While we can’t imagine many 2016 BMW 750i owners chasing power and performance, tuning company Noelle Motors has worked its magic on the model to make it that little more exciting.
Noelle Motors is headed up by Karl-Otto Noelle, a man who previously ran the engine development program for Alpina so it goes without saying that his company knows how to make BMWs fast without sacrificing refinement.
For its 750i upgrade, Noelle has created three different upgrade packages, each offering varying levels of performance.
The basic package, dubbed S1, simply remaps the Beemer’s twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V8 engine to 590 hp and 560 lb-ft of torque, representing a huge gain of 145 hp and 80 lb-ft despite such a simple modification. With the extra grunt, Noelle’s S1 750i sprints to 62 mph (100 km/h) in 4.0 seconds.
For the stage two upgrade, customers get to enjoy a free-flowing exhaust system alongside the remapped ECU, resulting in a total of 609 hp and 583 lb-ft of twisting power. Finally is the S3 kit which alongside the aforementioned upgrades, includes modifications to the turbochargers and the fitment of beefed-up downpipes. This results in a total of 629 hp and slashes the car’s acceleration time to 62 mph to a mere 3.6 seconds.