Posts Tagged ‘bmw 135i tuning’

BMW 135i Coupe M3 look-a-like

Friday, October 22nd, 2010:

BMW 135i Coupe M3 look-a-like

Here is a replica of the 450 horsepower limited production BMW M3 GTS, based off an original BMW 135i Coupe. This was created by the Ontario tuners, Parkview BMW, and features the same Fire Orange paint job as the big brother M3. It comes with a full set of BMW Performance parts, including the aero kit, carbon fiber diffuser, mirror caps, spoilers, carbon foil rooftop, and black alloy wheels. Inside you will find a redesigned interior enhanced with an Alcantara sport steering wheel, carbon fiber trim, M gear knob, and aluminum pedals. Performance upgrades are unknown, and most likely non-existent since it looks like this was strictly a styling upgrade for the BMW 135i.

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WheelSTO BMW 135i The Final One

Friday, July 2nd, 2010:

WheelSTO BMW 135i The Final One 4

Here is the latest car tuning project for the BMW 135i from the guys at WheelSTO called The Final One. The package was developed in cooperation with 3D Design Japan, Lager Corporation, Studie Japan, and Berk Technology. “The Final One” BMW kit consists of a urethane front lip, 3D Design trunk spoiler, gauge pod, pivot gauges, and BMW performance shadow grills for styling. Inside the tuned 135i you will find a 3D Design gauge pod ashtray retrofit, aluminum sport pedals, and custom floor mats for a race feel. Performance tuning under the hood of the modified BMW 135i comes next!

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WheelSTO BMW 135i

Thursday, January 7th, 2010:

BMW 135i

Here we have some pictures and a short video of a BMW 135i modified by the Chicago tuning firm WheelSTO. The song in the video is ‘Give Me That Slow Knowing Smile,’ by singer Lisa Ekdahl and it highlights the new features of the car. Driving through famed Blues Brothers and Batman locale Lower Wacker Drive, this WheelSTO Project 1 version 1.2 was introduced over the summer. Starting off with a six cylinder 3.0-liter twin turbo BMW 135i, the tuners increased the horsepower to 414 from the stock 300 hp. WheelSTO also offers performance packages to boost the BMW model to either 376 or 327 horsepower if desired.

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Vivid Racing BMW 135i

Tuesday, December 1st, 2009:

vivid-racing-bmw-135i

The latest project from Vivid Racing has been completed on the BMW 135i which received several modifications to try and hang with their previous Porsche Twin-Turbo project. Not only does the car perform inside, but looking good on the exterior was also a requirement. Vivid Racing hooked it up with a new aero kit from iCarbon, featuring a new front lip, aggressive rear diffuser, mirror covers, and trunk lip spoiler all made of carbon fiber. Becoming even more popular in the tuning scene are car wraps to give the vehicles a unique look, while also protecting the paint. This BMW 135i was wrapped in a Battleship Gray car wrap that can be peeled off at any time. Vehicle wraps are an investment worth checking out because they can last up to 5 years, and are priced at a fraction of what it costs to paint a new high end car.

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Hartge BMW 135i Coupe

Thursday, September 25th, 2008:

Hartge BMW 135i Coupe

The german car tuner Hartge has revealed a new tuning kit for BMW 135i Coupe. With a new control unit the 135i Coupe modified by Hartge has gained 44 HP and it’s 3.0L twin-turbo engine can develop 350 HP and 340 Nm. With these performance improvements the 135i Coupe can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.8 seconds and it could reach a maximum of 280 km/h. This power boost won’t change the car’s fuel usage which is pretty small for a fast car. Hartge also created a special body kit that has an extension for the front spoiler, new side skirts, a rear diffuser and a small rear wing. The car is a lot more aggressive than a stock BMW 135i and received stylish 20″ rims as a finishing touch. Read More →

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