Known for creating highly sought after special edition cars, BMW is at it again with the 2016 4 Series. In 2003, BMW released a ZHP performance package for the E46 3 Series. It featured all sorts of go-fast parts and was said to be the closest thing BMW had to a four-door M3 at the time. It has since developed a cult-like following, driving prices up on these hard to find editions. According to Motor Authority, the ZHP package will make its way back into production for 2016 on the 435i. Sure to delight enthusiasts all over, the package will include four-piston front/ two-piston rear brake calipers, Adaptive M Suspension, limited slip and functional aero bits. Power is boosted by 35 horsepower, to a total of 335, thanks to a new stainless steel exhaust that saves a couple pounds of weight in the process. BMW will only produce 100 examples of this package, which is set to hit dealerships in July, so don’t wait.