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06/03/2011    4:14 PM
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Here they are, the very first photos of the F20 BMW 1-series! The full press release is expected this weekend, so stay tuned!

Seen here are “Sport Line” and “Urban Line” models. Compared to the outgoing 1-series hatchback, the F20 has grown by 8.5 centimeters to 4.32 meters in length. Wheelbase grows by 1 inch. It retains its 50:50 weight distribution.

Base engine in the BMW 116i with a newly developed 1.6-liter turbo gasoline engine that makes 100 kW/136 hp. For the same displacement, the 118i gets 125 kW/170 hp. A stronger four-cylinder engine (N20) with 250 hp will follow.

As for diesel, a two liter diesel engine will be available with three power levels of 85 kW/116 hp, 105 kW/143 hp and 135 kW/184 hp. The fuel consumption … CONTINUED

05/17/2011    8:00 AM
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Even clearer updated photos of the F20 1-series M Sport front fascia. The different angles show us just how aggressive the M sport bumper actually is. Check out the new set inside….

05/16/2011    1:48 PM
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We bring you the very first look at the upcoming F20 1-series M-sport front end on a 135i hatchback, and it’s undoubtedly the most aggressive M-sport front bumper we’ve ever seen from BMW, owing to the integration of air curtain bodywork and deeply inset air inlets to direct more airflow to the air curtains.

The rest of the M-sport package has not yet been affixed on this car, but expect the usual set of M-sport wheels, rear bumper, sideskirts, and of course interior M-sport bits.

Besides the current testing of the F20 M-sport front bumper, here is what these photos reveal….

05/15/2011    6:40 PM
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The debut of the new F20 1-series sporthatch is imminent as BMW recently launched their marketing campaign One Origin – Two Originals. A new report now seems to give some more information on the F20 and claims that the online debut will be in three weeks in early June. Some details follow:

Per this report, the F20 will be only slightly bigger than the outgoing E87 1-series. Two different design lines are said to be offered, Urban and Sport, each comprising of unique wheels, trims, and side mirror colors. This sounds like a customization paradise.

3 non-metallic and 5 metallic exterior colorsare supposed to be offered initially, as well as a choice of turbocharged inline-4 engines (all N20 based).

The F20 is also said to be available with several … CONTINUED

05/04/2011    9:00 AM
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The teaser campaign for the new BMW 1er has begun, commencing throughout May to the debut of the car in early June.

04/20/2011    6:00 PM
COMMENTS: 20

The forthcoming 1-Series (F20) was recently spied making its way onto the famed Nurburgring as part of BMW’s standard development and testing process for all its vehicles. Now the same car has been caught on video.

You can very nicely see how taut the car’s suspension is setup, this car should be a real blast to drive fast. From the visual point of view, the car has the same level of camoflage as in the previous set of pictures, but it is nice to see the new nose job and headlamp cluster design in living motion.

03/31/2011    4:50 PM
COMMENTS: 5

We’ve just seen the start of Nurburgring testing for the 1-series on 3/28, and now spyshots.nl brings us some more photos of the car, from a lower angle. Theres nothing substantively new in these photos, just additional views from different angles. Enjoy!

03/31/2011    12:04 PM
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Update: This image has been confirmed as a render based on a real BMW image, so we are essentially seeing the real new look of the 1-series. Autobild leaks the new BMW 1er Sporthatch. This photo certainly looks like the real deal, especially comparing to the spyshots and everything we know about the car, I believe this to be real!!

03/28/2011    5:30 PM
COMMENTS: 25

We’ve caught the new upcoming 2012 1-Series hatch every which way imaginable, but now the car has finished its winter testing and entered Nurburgring testing. This is a critical point on the path for any BMW towards production. In fact, the new 5-door hatch is rumored to be revealed online this spring, 2011, with its first public showing at the Frankfurt autoshow this fall, so I’m sure things are in high gear with the 1-Series development team.

This particular vehicle is the 5-door hatchback variant, which is the basis model of the 1-Series, and just as in the previous generation vehicle, this model will not make its way onto US shores. However, this car will serve as the basis for the entire 1-series lineup, with a 3-door … CONTINUED