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BMW officially unveiled the new M135i sports ahead of its world premiere at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show next month. The concept with some unique styling and performance improvements based on the three-door version of the 1-Series.
The Bavarian automaker has confirmed is calling it a concept, but the German automaker says the car uses 3.0-liter, a six-cylinder engine featuring M Performance Twin Power Turbo technology, and it generates at least 300 PS ( 220 kW / 296 hp) which is passed to the rear wheels.
Other upgrades include a reworked suspension, some additional weight-saving carbon fiber mods, larger brakes and 18-inch M light alloys with a double spoke design, the side window surrounds get a gloss shadow look. While the sides of the body and the lower end of the tailgate are adorned by decals in the distinctive M Division blue and red colors.
BMW will plans to launch a new range of M135i make its world debut on March 6.