BMW 1 Series M Coupe: New Video Reveals All Photo:
2011_bmw_1_series_m_teased_01 Photo: tmr
2011_bmw_1_series_m_teased_06 Photo: tmr
2012_bmw_1_m_spy_photos_spy_shots_04 Photo: tmr
2011_bmw_1_series_m_teased_10 Photo: tmr
2011_bmw_1_series_m_teased_04 Photo: tmr
2012_bmw_1_m_spy_photos_spy_shots_05 Photo: tmr
2011_bmw_1_series_m_teased_05 Photo: tmr
2011_bmw_1_series_m_teased_08 Photo: tmr
2012_bmw_1_m_spy_photos_spy_shots_01 Photo: tmr
2011_bmw_1_series_m_teased_02 Photo: tmr
2011_bmw_1_series_m_teased_09 Photo: tmr
2012_bmw_1_m_spy_photos_spy_shots_03 Photo: tmr
2011_bmw_1_series_m_teased_03 Photo: tmr
2011_bmw_1_series_m_teased_07 Photo: tmr
2012_bmw_1_m_spy_photos_spy_shots_02 Photo: tmr
Mike Stevens | Dec, 09 2010 | 5 Comments

As we near the end of a long trail of teaser videos and spy photos (both official and not-so), BMW has revealed its new 1 Series M Coupe in a new promotional video.

The video is all we're getting however, with the fine details scheduled to be revealed at the baby M car's official unveiling in Detroit next month.

One tidbit BMW has been happy to share is the 1 Series M Coupe's heart, confirmed to be its twin-turbo 3.0 litre N54 six-cylinder engine, producing around 255kW.

It's also known that the 1 Series M will feature a rear differential and braking package similar to the M3, and the only transmission on offer will be a six-speed manual setup.

BMW also confirmed a kerb weight of "about" 1500kg, and its flared guards make it some 80mm wider than the 135i.

Links contained in this article
TMR Comments
Latest Comments