15 Apr CFF70 | BMW M340i
19x9 | 19x10
Curva Concepts CFF70
BMW G20 M340i Wheels
We’ve posted about the BMW G20 M340i a lot in the last year or so, and for good reason. In our opinion, it’s one of the best sports cars at a reasonable price point. The beefy 382-horsepower B58 paired with a silky smooth 8-speed ZF gearbox is a thing of beauty. This specific G20 M340i is a MY20, which means it’s host to the original B58 with pops and burbles. The MY21 and MY22 have revised B58’s that no longer pop. According to BMW, the new B58 performs better. However, BMW die-hards prefer the first iteration, making the 2020 M340i highly sought-after.
Tech specs aside, that’s not the point of this article. We’ve been doing some R&D in the background and we heard the community loud and clear. With only a handful of manufacturers making ideal fitments for this car, we knew we had to get down to business.
Keep reading to learn more about Curva Concepts perfected the G20 M340i fitment.
Size: 19×9 | 19×10
Finish: Brushed Clear Coat
Wide Wheels – Beefy Tires
If you’ve been keeping up with Curva Concepts recently, you know we dropped a Flow Forged variant of the C70, the CFF70. At the time, we only released a Gloss Black finish. Due to increasing popularity, we had to make a new finish. Introducing the Brushed Clear Coat CFF70.
As we mentioned above, we’ve been going ham behind the scenes trying to perfect the fitment on the M340i. Once we wrapped up all the test fitments with various tire sizes, we finally found the one.
This 2020 BMW M340i is fitted with the new CFF70, running 19×9 +28 in the front and 19×10 +35 in the rear. As for tires, the front wheels are wrapped in 255/35R19 Michelin Pilot Super Sport’s and the rears in a ridiculously wide 285/30R19, also Super Sport’s. In addition to the wheel and tire setup, this car is running H&R Sport Springs, M Performance style front lip, side skirts, and rear trunk spoiler.
We had an in-depth conversation with the owner during the shoot and he’s got big plans in the future. He talked about upgrading to a coilover system and a Dinan tune. We can’t wait to see this thing again carving up the canyons.