BMW may be uncovering the 1 Series M Coupe slowly, but Alpin325ci has accelerated the process with his amazing renders. His latest reveals what the 1M rear will likely resemble, based on the latest revealed part on the actual car.
Video to Part 2 of the 1M strip tease has been posted on M-power.com. The uncovering was conducted by the General Manager Marketing BMW France. Not much more is revealed, but it’s interesting to see the environment in which the uncovering takes place. Looks like onlookers were free to photograph as they pleased.
The next stage of the BMW 1M Coupe tease has been officially revealed on the M-power.com site. Seen clearly in these official photos are parts of the rear bumper and fender. Also new in the photos are the camouflaged headlights, which cover the life cycle impulse (LCI or “facelift”) headlights which were seen on the ActiveE photos we recently posted. There may be additional info or video posted shortly or sometime this week, so stay tuned.
More photos of the next stage of the 1M coupe reveal (coming tomorrow) have been posted. The LCI headlights are now exposed with some camouflage tape and the rear quarter bumper/fender is seen clearly in these photos.
An 1addicts member was recently in Munich when he spotted this 1M coupe. We’ve seen many camouflaged 1M coupes in the past but what makes this one interesting is its color - blue. Stay tuned as there’s rumors that the next stage of the 1M reveal may be imminent.
New BMW 1M info and images have slowed, but Gerald Alvarez’s renditions of the upcoming 1 series M have not. Here is his latest impression of the future BMW hot coupe.
David06M3 just returned from a visit to M-Division and brings some 1M news. The 1M will be a limited production of only 2,700 units, come in only 3 colors - Alpine White, Jet Black, Valencia Orange. Manual transmission only has also been confirmed. Image by Gerald Alvarez (of course).
Alpine325ci is at it again, this time producing an absolutely gorgeous wallpaper render of the upcoming 1M Coupe, set inside a tunnel at high speed. The 1M in the image looks spot on based on all that we’ve seen of the 1M Coupe so far!
Our resident photoshop wizard, Gerald Alvarez, has again produced some great renders to share with the Bimmerpost community. These are of the upcoming1M Coupe - front and rear view. Check out the stunning renders inside!