BMW presented a bunch of new cars at this year Detroit Auto Show. Especially, one we have been anticipating for long time is the One Series M Coupe, which we have been following for the past year.
Just as we expected, BMW has announced official pricing for One Series M Coupe for North American buyers. The One Series M Coupe will start at $47,010, and it features a twin-turbo 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder engine from the Z4 sDrive35iS that produces about 340 horsepower. It has massive brakes and a very wide footprint to provide maximum agility and stability that are similar to the original BMW M3.
Finally, the updated and better-equipped 2012 BMW 1 Series models will be priced as-follows: 128i Coupe, $31,825, 135i Coupe, $39,925, 128i Convertible, $37,475, 135i Convertible, $44,675. All prices include $875 Destination & Handling fee.
The all-new BMW 1 Series M Coupe is a car built for BMW’s most enthusiastic drivers, and signals the youthful, energetic future of BMW M. Essentially a BMW M3 chassis with Competition Package packed into a modified 1 Series body, the 1 Series M Coupe is one of the fastest, most remarkable M vehicles ever built. It features one of the most powerful inline-6 engines BMW has ever built, massive brakes, and a very wide footprint for maximum agility and stability in the spirit of the original BMW M3, which was a race-ready homologation special.
The 1 Series M Coupe will be available in limited quantity as a 2011 model. Naturally, choices on often will take you far past its listed MSRP, however, the prices quoted comprise of destination and handling charges.