Posted on: Mar 08, 2012 | 2,509 reads

BMW M135i Concept Live Shots from Geneva

Everyone loves a powerful hatchback.
It appears as if an M-badged BMW 1-Series hatchback will never make its way to the streets. Well, BMW has attempted to quench our 'desire for a BMW performance hatch' thirst by unveiling the M135i Concept at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show. BMW's new concept features a 300-plus horsepower 3.0-liter turbocharged inline 6-cylinder engine. The two-door hatchback's motor will most likely be paired to a six-speed manual transmission sending power to either the rear wheels or in an xDrive configuration.
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The M135i Concept reveals redesigned front and rear fascias, bigger brakes and M-badged 18-inch wheels. The BMW F20 1-Series on which the M135i Concept is based hasn't made its way across the pond yet, so we are skeptical on our prospects of receiving this near production-ready concept.
BMW M135i Concept Live Shots from Geneva
BMW M135i Concept Live Shots from Geneva
BMW M135i Concept Live Shots from Geneva
BMW M135i Concept Live Shots from Geneva
BMW M135i Concept Live Shots from Geneva
BMW M135i Concept Live Shots from Geneva
BMW M135i Concept Live Shots from Geneva
BMW M135i Concept Live Shots from Geneva



 
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