2013 BMW M135

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The suspension tuning and the added power has made the 2013 BMW M135 be priced significantly higher than the standard 135i. This has made the car a worthwhile upgrade.

The BMW M135’s wheel upgrades and extensive suspension round out the performance aspect of the M package and its engine is empowered by a 335-horsepower version of BMW’s twin turbo inline 6-cylinder gas engine.

BMW wanted to give the M135 a sportier growl by adding a distinctive M-tuned exhaust system. This beautiful grow is also assisted by not less than four exhaust pipes sticking out at the back.

Furthermore, the BMW M135’s heart is a high-revving inline engine that delivers 332 lb-ft of torque from 1.500 to 4.500 rpm, 5.900 rpm – topping out at a 7.000 rpm red line. This amazing machine can easily hit a 100 km/h from a standstill in just 4.7 seconds.

The BMW M135 features a short-shift M-designed lever and an upgraded flywheel for the higher torque. It is also fitted with a dry sump cooling system.

The manual 6-speed with a 3.15:1 final drive ratio is available as well as BMW’s signature all-wheel drive X-drive automatic.

This is one of the most beautiful cars. If it was a girl; it would have had to give out a lot of phone numbers.

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