The 1M coupe pace car for the 24 Hours at Daytona is all prepped and has already hit the track. Photos inside.
The 1M coupe recently made its Asia market debut by being debuted to the media in Singapore. Only 20 of these cars will make it to the Singapore market and 7 have already been spoken for with deposits.
The 1M coupe has now been spotted in public in both the US and the UK. Seen here, parked on a London street among the regular traffic, is a valencia orange 1M. The photos of the car parked casually next to other cars show just how striking the car is in both style and color.
A black 1M coupe will be finally be on public display at the Welt beginning March 2, although there’s always a chance we could see it publicly before then. This date coincides with the first press days of the Geneva Autoshow at which there may also be a black 1M coupe publicly displayed for the first time.
An important figure for M-cars is always its weight. No surprise there seeing as how weight is such a crucial component of how well (or poorly) a car performs. The lucky folks at Axis of Oversteer have managed to get their hands on the first 1M coupe on American soil. Their independent weighing of the 1M coupe with a full tank of gas resulted in reading of 3,351 pounds, really a rather impressive number given the specs of this car and the weight of the … CONTINUED
East Coasters keep your eyes peeled on I-95 today! A 1M coupe has taken to I-95 (southbound) for long-distance highway test and break-in. This is the first that a fully undisguised 1M coupe has been seen and photographed in public.
Only 20 days after its world debut at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the new BMW 1 Series M Coupe will appear at the Daytona International Speedway as official pace car alongside the legendary BMW M3 for the 49thRolex 24 at Daytona, January 28th-30th. The 1 Series M Coupe’s arrival at Daytona is one of few special opportunities for fans to see BMW’s newest M model before it goes on sale in May.
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Here is a new video featuring Dr. Kay Segler, BMW M Brand Manager, giving a quick walk through of the 1M that was featured at the Detroit Autoshow. There is nothing new or spectacular fact wise in this video, but I still like it, because the video captures some of the car’s angles very well. And lets face it, I can’t see enough of the 1M in Vallencia Orange.
The video itself is a good 5:35 long and Dr. Segler makes a point to mention that this … CONTINUED
The last color (Black Sapphire Metallic) of the 1M color trifecta is finally seen here, from the pages of Playboy. This time we do admit that we read Playboy for the images. Only Valencia Orange and Alpine White have been seen so far and displayed publicly at auto shows. Hopefully, the BSM 1M coupe will be displayed publicly soon as well.
Well, during the Detroit Autoshow, Autoblog got to ask Dr. Kay Segler a few questions about the 1M. The main topic of the conversation seems to have revolved around the affordability of the car, and how the 1M is the least expensive car BMW M has ever sold.
But what I found most interesting is Autoblog reporting that Dr. Segler definitively confirmed the BMW 1M is not limited in overall production numbers. He did qualify the statement by saying, “But they will be hard to get.”
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Here are the best photos yet of the Alpine White 1M Coupe, courtesy of forum member Rob Shaw from the Brussels Motor Show. These high quality hi-res photos show as much details as we have seen of the white 1M coupe. Rob, an M3 owner remarked how the seats are very comfortable and sporty – like M3 seats.
Here it is, the muscles in brussels. The Alpine White 1M has been photgraphed here by the boys over on Autoblog.nl. In all honesty, the Alpine White is really growing on me. Generally, I think photos never portray Alpine White quite the way it looks in person, but in this case, the photos came out nice and I have to say, I’m becoming a fan on AW 1Ms. Hopefully someone can get out there and get some video as well? If you follow the source link, … CONTINUED