The 2013 BMW M135i is displayed with a new interior and exterior design, which is part of BMW M automobile design. Body is designed for this car to provide aerodynamic related with dynamic, high-performance driving environment, such as delivering a unique M style and aptitude. Competitive character of the BMW M135i can be viewed in three dimensions flaps on the outside air ventilation, which is inspired by racing cars. These air inlets take up the space reserved for the fog lights in the other versions of the three-door BMW 1-Series. They are separated by horizontal struts in Ferric Grey metallic – a design detail that distinguishes BMW M Performance cars.
The 2013 BMW M135i is supported with six-cylinder engine with M Performance TwinPower Turbo Technology, which is known as spontaneous performance and high revving, and an amazing level of efficiency in this class. Technology gained this car, such as: TwinScroll turbocharger, direct High Precision Injection with central multi-hole injectors, Valvetronic variable valve control and Double VANOS variable camshaft timing. This 3-liter engine gives maximum power up to 235 kW/320 hp at 5800 rpm. This is an awesome power of the maximum torque of 450 Nm available between 1300 and 4500 rpm.
The 2013 BMW M135i cruised from 0-100 km / h in 5.1 seconds (automatic for about 4.9 seconds) and reaches a top speed of 250 km / h – which is the limit allowed by the electronic speed control systems. The consumption of fuels used in the EU test is 8.0 liters (7.5 liter) / 100 km, and the CO2 emissions level is 188 grams (175 grams) per kilometer.
Suspension technology is applied to the 2013 BMW M135i is extraordinary, allowing the driver to give the driver confidence, and a fun driving dynamics. Thanks to the individual control of suspension systems and attenuation as well as the specific elasto-kinematics of the front axle, the BMW M Performance vehicle is able to indulge the driver with a set of particularly sporty driving characteristics.
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