If you’re looking for a great compact sports car and didn’t make the cut (or cash) at ordering in one of BMW’s 1 Series M Coupe, there’s some good news in store for you.
The production version of the F20 BMW M135i Concept was recently spotted wearing absolutely no camouflage in your average car park.
It is painted in the Estoril Blue we’ve seen on the market release of the F10 BMW M5 and it has black alloys for a fully brutal effect.
This should mean that the Bavarians have the BMW M135i shaped up for production already and that its market release is really close.
Or it could just mean that BMW like messing around with us and this is all a very elaborate hoax. Don’t forget, April 1st is right around the corner.
Hoping it’s not the guys over at bimmertoday.de who spotted the undisguised BMW M135i didn’t spare it the extremely analyzing looks.
The body kit and the Shadow Line 18 inch light alloys from M performance were easy to identify from a distance so they didn’t stop there.
They’ve concluded that since the F20 M135i is boasting a familiar exhaust system, it’s almost certainly powered by the N55 engine.
As you know that means there’s a 3.0 liter straight six engine under the bonnet which will develop some 300-320 horsepower with plenty of torque thanks to the twin scroll turbocharger.
Hopefully, this spyshot moment means that we’re going to get to see more of the M135i from the Bavarians themselves.
After all, now that the cat’s out of the bag, what’s the point of hiding any more?