The original DTM competition was started in 1984 as Deutschen Produktionswagen Meisterschaft (German Production Car Championship), with cars entered by privateer teams and under FIA Group A rules, but was extensively modified throughout the years, allowing more modifications. Marco Wittmann is one of the guys who won the competition, and BMW decided to pay a tribute to this win via a special edition of the BMW 1 Series.
The BMW 1 Series DTM Sport Edition will be the successful replacer of the regular M Sport Package. The last one will reach its end in November this year. Any client who has already ordered an M package for his BMW vehicle will receive the new DTM package instead. Of course, the “inconvenience” will mean a price reduction of about 2,900 EUR.
The BMW 1 Series DTM Sport Edition features a new set of 18-inch Star-spoke style 386 M alloy wheels, xenon headlights and high-gloss black interior trim. Other details from the kit are virtually identical to the usual M Sport package. Hopefully, the BMW fans will be glad to receive novelties from the brand and this should not be an impediment in choosing to customize their vehicles.
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