Tuning houses seem can’t get enough of the BMW 1-Series M Coupe. The standard look on BMW 1-Series M Coupe is awesome, and to apply some tuning parts, double awesome. That is what TVM Car Design wanted, to get double awesomeness for the BMW 1-Series M Coupe.
Take a look at the photos of the BMW 1-Series M Coupe which we attached between our writings. The TVM Car Design brought the other side of the baby M coupe. TVM added multiple modifications which focused both on the visual look and performance.
Let’s start with the exterior, shall we? The BMW 1-Series M Coupe by TVM Car Design got carbon-fiber rear spoiler, black painted roof which made from none other than the carbon-fiber, and smooth blacked out 20-inch wheels shod with Continental Sport Contact 5P tires.
Step inside on the BMW 1-Series M Coupe, TVM Car Design covered the seats with fine leather with some orange contrast stitching and the steering wheel has LED indicators to emphasize the sporty feeling.
The best part of the BMW 1-Series M Coupe by TVM Car design is here. TVM replaced the standard exhaust system on the BMW 1-Series M Coupe with a brand new exhaust to keep up with the additional 11 horsepower. The total engine output is 420 horsepower at 5,900 rpm with the maximum torque is 320 Nm between 1,500 and 4,500 rpm. The top speed for the baby M coupe is 187 mph or around 306 km/h. Las touch from TVM Car Design for the BMW 1-Series M Coupe is the adjustable KW coilover suspension. Pricing for the software upgrades and hardware changes on the BMW 1-Series M Coupe by TVM Car Design is €5,000.
BMW was forced to reveal the all-new 1-Series hatchback some 10 days ago, after all the specs and most of the images were leaked onto the Internet ahead of the 1er’s debut in Frankfurt. However, we only got to see the ‘average’ BMW models, equipped with small turbocharged four-cylinder engines, and only in the five-door configuration.
The new BMW 1-Series looks much wider and the design is more fluent than the Bangle-era model, so most BMW fans were probably curious how the car would look as a three-door hatch or as a performance Coupe/Cabrio. Enter the magic that is the Photoshop graphics program, which was most likely used by forum members of 1Addicts.com.
The talented designers on BMW added a svelte back, some more aggressive features, a lower ride height and bigger wheels and voila, we have an iteration of what the BMW 1-Series Coupe and Cabrio could look like. We say may because the two-door model might not even carry the ‘1’ name and they will most likely have even sportier features than the hatch.
BMW even created renderings for the three-door hatchback and that M model we really crave. Both look very photorealistic are also based on the teaser the latest intel, so this could be the face of a future that’s coming your way.
BMW launched the 2012 1-Series exclusively with a range of four-cylinder engines. The petrol version is equipped with a 1.6-liter unit that produces 136 hp in the base 116i and 170 hp in the 118i. BMW diesel family is all about the 2.0-liter engine that offers between 116 and 186 hp in the 120d.