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BMW series 1 Sedan will also have a sporty version M Performance

BMW Serie 1 Sedán M Performance

It has only been a few months since we met the BMW series 1 Sedan. The compact vehicle premiered this body but only has presence in one country: China. However, there are still any chance of spreading to other markets and among them European. Now thanks to our fellow Motor.es we can see some pictures spy that think the M35i BMW Sedan.

As reference, in Europe we have to them BMW M140i and M240i, although the vehicle that we see in the images will be very different to these. Taking as a base the Chinese BMW series 1 Sedan, we can see it with a highly camouflaged bodywork. Although you hardly see, the hand of M Performance has undergone sedan. The differences in the Mule of tests are minimum and is presents with them rims of the MINI Cooper JCW and the clips of brake in red.

BMW Serie 1 Sedán M Performance

Under the hood it is likely that the same engine is of six-cylinder in-line and 3.0 liter have seen in M140i and M240i. This block TwinPower Turbo with code internal B58 delivery 340 HP and 500 Nm of torque. It offers with two boxes of change, a manual of six speeds and another automatic Steptronic of eight speeds. This variant sports also could link is to traction total in its version M35i xDrive.

The opinion of the German mark over the arrival of the series 1 Sedan in Europe it has been much changed in recent times. In its development seemed that if that would come to our market, but in his presentation is announced that only would go to China. Now seems that return to raise is bring it, although not be knows when will come. In the European market will face models from the likes of the Audi A3 Sedan or Mercedes classic. The future will tell if see this model for our streets.

BMW Serie 1 Sedán M Performance

Source – Motor.es

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