The Association of German Car Tuners has just unveiled this year’s TUNE IT! SAFE! concept, a BMW 123d Coupe created by AC Schnitzer.
The fantasies of many 1-series owner has become reality with this 130i fitted with S62 V8 motor (from E39 M5 / Z8). Interested in doing this project? Instructions are included!
Here is a 135i Sauber F1 Team Edition. This special edition 1-series was limited to 135 cars and this exact car is no. 110 out of 135. The special edition features the Performance carbon trunk spoiler, the black Performance kidneys, Style 261 M-wheels in specific colout “Celeton”, Performance carbon mirror caps, Performance steering wheel, Performance carbon interior parts, Sauber F1 stickers and a limited edition-badging in the roof, wrapped in alcantara.
Additionally, the car has received an ECU-upgrade from Swiss tuner collaction, which is also responsible for all the cars of the Swiss MINI CHALLENGE: 370hp and 550Nm of torque, Vmax somewhat aroung 290 kph. Furthermore, it’s got a KW V3 suspension, individually set up by collaction, as well.
Spotted here is what could be the long rumored 1-series supersport, a lightweight 1er with specific options aimed at the enthusiast not offered via BMW Performance catalog.
1addicts member John-Q (producer of past popular tii video feature) shares with us photos from his latest production.
This is the first professional review of the BMW Performance 135i and 335i that we have seen. Verdict? Read inside.
Here’s one mean project 135i and its beautiful photoshoot by WSTO. It features upgrades throughout – performance, exterior, and interior.
We bring you the first photos of what appears to be a 6 cylinder twin turbo F20 1-series 5-door hatchback in testing. Until now, the only F20 1-series prototypes we have seen have featured a single exhaust outlet. This newly spotted F20 features split dual exhaust outlets, which, judging by BMWs current models, usually signifies the presence of the 3 liter twin-turbo engine under the hood. The wheels featured on this F20 test mule have also not been spotted before and may very well be the standard (or optional) wheels we will see on the next 135i hatchback.
The guys at spyshots.nl have done it again and bring us some nice video footage of the 1er in action. Seeing the car driving around the streets of Germany gives some good insight into the general proportions of this car, and it certainly looks wider and more low slung and compared to the current car. This is still the 5 door version of the car and we have yet to see what a coupe version would look like.
Heres what we know so far. The 5/3-door variants are due as a 2011 model and will sport the familiar 4-6cyl variants which range from anywhere between 115-265hp. An all-wheel drive version has been seen testing (the car with those big silver discs over the wheels) and is likely … CONTINUED