Spied: 2012 BMW 1-Series Hatchback M Sport Package

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New spy shots of the 2012 BMW 1-Series Hatchback M Sport Package have found their way online.

New spy shots of the upcoming M Sport package for the redesigned 2012 BMW 1-Series Hatchback have begun to surface on the internet. New features seen on the test mule reveal a racing stripe package that covers the length of the car, special badging, and blacked out headlights and grille. More details are hard to spot, but as with other M packages, we'll also likely see additional exterior upgrades, a sportier suspension, and interior badging.

These will most likely include an M shifter, steering wheel, footrest and unique carbon fiber trim. Currently, the 1-Series hatchback is only available for the European market. There may be a chance that BMW will bring it stateside when they release the redesigned U.S. spec 1-Series Coupe and Convertible sometime next year. Photos courtesy of 1ADDICTS.

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