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APP BMW 1-Series M


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If you desire some extra power for your BMW 1-Series M Coupe, then turn to the APP European tuning company. They have developed a complete package for the BMW consisting of styling and mechanical modifications. Under the hood, APP partnered up with MR Car Design to construct a kit for the 3.0-liter turbocharged straight six. It consists of a larger intercooler, titanium sport exhaust system, and ECU tuning upgrade. Performance numbers for the BMW 1-Series M after the jump.

The BMW 1-Series M Coupe now produces 410 horsepower, up from the factory 340 horses. To go along with this extra power is a new 6-piston caliper kit up front, along with 4-piston calipers at the rear. Ceramic discs aid the stopping power, and a KW Variante 3+ adjustable suspension round out the handling mods. What’s really unique is the fact that the suspension can be controlled with an Apple iPhone or iPod application.

At each corner are the new ATS alloy wheels finished in black and wrapped with Pirelli P-Zero high performance tires. Extra styling customizations include the APP Europe pinstripe detail and new BMW badges. Inside you will find new BMW Performance seats, a sport steering wheel, and Alcantara throughout for a unique feel.

Pricing from APP Europe for the BMW 1-Series M kit is €20,000 ($28,900), or €14,000 ($20,200) if you decide to not add the ceramic brake kit.

BMW 1-Series M Pictures

BMW 1-Series M Final Specifications

  • 3.0-liter turbocharged six cylinder producing 410 HP
  • 6-piston caliper kit up front and 4-piston calipers at the rear
  • KW Variante 3+ adjustable suspension

[Source: carscoop]

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