The new BMW M135i will be launched at the Frankfurt Motor Show this year, with a new four turbocharged cylinder engine and wheel-wheel drive, marking a post-wheel formula death, a six-wheel six-power predecessor. Because of this, the new M135i will be competing directly with Volkswagen Golf R and Mercedes-AMG and 45's unique visualization of how it might look.
The new M135i 2.0-liter engine will produce 302bhp and 450Nm of torque, giving it a 33bhp and 50Nm lack of performance compared to the M140i model that goes out. However, thanks to a fresh eight-speed automatic transfer and a new four-wheel drive system, BMW promises a better acceleration.
• New BMW M135i xDrive prototype review
Unlike the new M3, the M135i AWD layout will not provide wheel-drive capacity. Also, the relative sense of the powder might have deliberately moved by BMW, giving the German company the potential to produce an even more powerful model to be higher than 39 r M135i, with about 400bhp.
Chassis upgrade over standard Series 1 will include a wider track, better navigation response, more rigid body shell (with back electric boomerang), slip-vector-vector difference difference and revised stability management system, all of them BMW claims will benefit body management and journey quality.
Standard car spray updates include aggressive front and back bumpers, wider side skirts, fierce wheel arches, larger M-Sport alloy wheels and a huge two-exhaust exhaust system protruding out of a deeper back wiper.
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