Fired up with extravagance and deliberately outstanding, the BMW – M135, is already a difference in the segment from the average run on the mill models, rather it flips with a ravishing behavior of a powerful and fastest engine that one can buy out of money. Yes, it the BMW – M135i equipped with a stunning 3.0-litre turbocharged straight-six engine, stiffer suspension and showier styling. The performance prospect of the BMW M135i is reflected well in its individual exterior and the interior design feature, which are the inevitable integral parts of the BMW series, such as the aerodynamic requirements associated with the high performance driving situations. When in comparison with the BMW-135i, the competitor factors include the three-dimensional flaps on the outer air vents, a detail inspired by automobile racing. These air inlets take up the space reserved for the fog lights and they are separated by horizontal struts in Ferric Grey metallic – a design detail that distinguishes BMW M Performance cars from other models. More accessions are on the move like, the BMW Individual high-gloss Shadow Line and the exterior mirror caps in Ferric Grey, the specially outlined side skirts and 18-inch M light alloy double-spoke wheels with mixed tyres which intensify the side profile of the BMW M135i giving it a more energizing appearance. The rear apron, the lower portion of which is finished in Dark Shadow metallic, also encloses the dual exhaust pipes. The all new BMW M-135i also assures you a bliss of sheer joy that expresses you for a better driving pleasure as the “M135i” lettering that match with the interior design, as the door sill finishers with aluminum inserts, moreover the interior also details with an exclusive cloth Hexagon/Alcantara upholstery, and M leather steering wheel which is equipped with multifunction buttons and blue accent stitching.
The character is always noticeable at its first glance – the sporty propositions, the long wheel base, and the short overhangs. While examining the resemblances that with the BMW 135i and BMW M135i, the latter is veritable, reliable, and is packed with energy. The vertical kidney slats and prominent xenon head are instantly noticeable, while powerful lines and three-dimensional effects characterize the dynamically-shaped bonnet and are carried through to the striking shoulder line, elongated windows and the slightly sloping roof line.
The Eco pro mode of BMW135i lines up for better fuel efficiency, depending upon your individual driving style, and a reduction of 20 per cent fuel consumption is attained. A further 5% can be saved by using the additional coasting function (only with automatic transmission), preview assistant and ECO PRO Route (both only with Navigation system Professional). The coasting function is a highlight of the ECO PRO Mode: if within a speed range of 50–160 km/h the driver takes his foot off the accelerator and does not brake, the system itself disconnects the engine and the car coasts – i.e. rolls without engine power. Up to this time, braking was meant for giving away the energy, but the new BMW – M135i has a unique property – the Brake Energy Regeneration. As soon as you release the accelerator or apply the brake, the Brake Energy Regeneration uses the energy liberated to charge the battery thus unburdens the engine and reduces emissions.
BMW M-135i with the 3.0-litre engine delivers a maximum power output of 235 kW/320 hp at 5 800 rpm. This impressive power results from the maximum torque of 450 Nm that is available between 1 300 and 4 500 rpm. The BMW M135i 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 top limit permitted by the vehicle’s electronic speed control system.
Having test driven, the BMW-135i, the specifications revealed was impressive, with a spectacular feature of the BMW Twin Power Turbo straight six-cylinder of the BMW 135i they are combined to form one complete package. The result is 225 kW (306 hp), 400 powerful Newton meters across a wide speed range and all that with a fuel consumption of only 8.5 l/100 km and spectacularly smooth running characteristics. Impressive smoothness and top performance are also what characterize the straight six-cylinder engines in the BMW 125i. The use of lightweight components makes it possible to achieve a unique combination of maximum performance. Outfitted, the BMW 125i puts in a convincing performance with a top speed of 245 km/h at 160 kW (218 hp) and an acceleration of 0 to 100 km/h in 6.4 seconds
Exclusiveness is all that has been adopted by the engineers of BMW, since the particular persona of the exterior and interior design elements meets the industrial standards and greater demands rendering a maximum in distinctiveness.