2013 BMW M135i by Tuningwerk review and pictures

Posted on Monday, 16 September 2013 , 02:09:20 byDan

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BMW M135i by Tuningwerk

Germans from BMW have developed the new M135i model. They have offered an exhaust gas turbo charged straight-six-engine. This actually offers great optimization starting basis both for the track and for the street. The people in charge of the new model are actually from Tunningwerk GmbH at Puchheim in Munich. The engine found under the hood is equipped with a 2 kg lighter dual mass flywheel. Of course, the ones interested in a different thing, can also opt for a single mass flywheel with approximately 4.5 kg of weight economy together with a reinforced clutch. Continuing with the technology offered, know that the new BMW M135i also comes with an enlarged intercooler and on the left side in the engine compartment there is an additional water cooler.

Thanks to all its specifications, the model is capable of generating between 360 and 450 PS. The tuners have provided a triple inbuilt adjustable KW Clubsport suspension and also a limited slip differential on the rear axle. To transfer the output to the road, the model is equipped with 245 / 40 R18 on the front axle and 265 / 35R18 Dunlop Direzza semi slick on the rear axle. To handle the amount of power, the specialists have also installed a BMW braking system with Tunninwerk racing brake pads and steel flex pipes. The brake values reach 33 meters. In terms of interior, designers have offered different options like, for example, Recaro pole positions seats with in-house seat foundations that allows big drivers to drive with hardhat. As optional, the carmaker also offers a cage for the driver. In the gallery photo you have the opportunity to see what we are talking about.