2012 BMW 1 Series M Sport Package Revealed

Mike Stevens | Jun 7, 2011

Following its impromptu pre-Frankfurt unveiling last week, BMW has revealed new details for its upcoming 2012 1 Series Hatch - this time in the form of the 1 Series M Sport package.

Shown above with the familiar M Sport front bumper design, the package will offer a range of sporty styling and handling upgrades for the small rear-wheel-drive hatch range.

Other options in the 1 Series M Sport catalogue include new front and rear bumpers, along with side skirts and new light alloy wheel options.

Inside, options will include a M-emblazoned leather steering wheel, M gear shifter and aluminium pedals. The cabin can also be upgraded to include sports seats and a number of unique interior trim highlights, including aluminium finishes.

As with BMW's other model upgrades, the 1 Series M Sport package should also include a number of handling and braking options.

Expect the M Sport package to follow the 2012 1 Series Hatch's Australian debut later this year.

[via BMWblog.com]

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  • 5valvepercylinder
    5 valve per cylinder says,
    4 years ago
    I can't believe BMW carried over the previous car's hatch design theme, that was it's main problem which made the car look sooo uninteresting in the first place.
  • Steve Thompson says,
    4 years ago
    Still ugly...
  • martin says,
    4 years ago
    they have made an ugly car uglier. it could have been so different. i would have bought a new 1 series if any of several of the artist's impressions were to come true, but not this thing.
  • martin says,
    4 years ago
    BMW should consider becoming an engine manufacturer that supplies their great engines to the makers of appealing cars.
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