BMW M135i (2013)

  
CARBARN | BMW M135i (2013) | This power plant increases the range of engines available for the new compact three-door BMW 1 Series. At the same time, is an essential component of a portfolio positioning performance BMW M engine top performance segment. The technology package includes a turbocharger TwinScroll high-precision direct injection with multi-hole central injector, variable valve control VALVETRONIC and double VANOS variable valve timing. This 3.0-liter engine offers maximum output of 235 kW/320 hp at 5 800 rpm. BMW M135i the sprints from 0 to 100 km / h in just 5.1 seconds (automatic: 4.9 seconds) and reaches a top speed of 250 km / h - the maximum allowed by the system's electronic control vehicle speed. The unique engine for compact car BMW Performance M also features a custom cooling, performance monitoring and tuning the M engine sounds, plus a newly developed six-speed transmission with dry sump lubrication.


Model-specific suspension technology allows BMW M135i to explore the performance of the engine extremely powerful, allowing the driver to an extremely self-confident, exciting driving dynamics. Moreover, its system of variables Sports signs determines its own set of characteristics.  Vehicle performance BMW M comes with a fixed caliper brake M Sport with four-piston front and two pistons at the rear as standard equipment. The system is equipped with disc brakes and big dark blue logo with metal clamps M. The M Sport brake system is also available on all other models in the new BMW 1 Series three-door hatchback range, in combination with the optional Sport M.


The standard system includes DSC Dynamic Stability Control anti-lock brakes (ABS), Dynamic Traction Control system (DTC), Cornering Brake Control System (CBC) and Dynamic Brake Control System (DBC). These features are now complemented by additional features such as wizard, brake fade compensation, brake function and Hill Start Assistant dry. Moreover, the sliding of the driving wheels of the controlled vehicle oversteer gives the possibility of dynamically negotiating curves. When the DSC mode is disabled, the differential braking force (ADB-Sport) on the rear axle is activated.


 Standard safety equipment includes front airbags, side airbags integrated in seat backrests, head airbags front and rear seats, automatic seat belts fitted to three points on all seats, belt force limiters and tensioners for front seats Children ISOFIX brackets on the back.

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