It’s not like the BMW 1 Series M Coupe actually needs a set of modifications to the chassis, but it hasn’t stopped the guys from H&R from doing it.
They’ve taken what’s the finest driving machine out there, stiffened it up and, together with BMW Motorsport, they’ve turned into less of an all-rounder and more of a track day car.
With that in mind, not only have H&R sharpened up the suspension and chassis but they’ve also gone through the trouble of providing a new paint job.
And it’s not some stupidly themed orange paint with gold stripes either, it’s actually wearing a BMW racing coat.
Under the skin, the H&R BMW 1 Series M Coupe receives a suspension drop of 1.2 inches at the front and 0.6 inches at the rear.
This was teamed with a set of 19 inch BBS Super RS alloy wheels that have been wrapped in Continetal ExtremeContact DW tires, a combination that eventually needed some spacers to make everything work.
The new set of wheels opens up a possibility for a Brembo GT 380 mm brake kit with all of the bells and whistles that might entice.
A final touch that H&R and BMW Motorsport did to the 1 Series M Coupe is an interior lined in WeatherTech FloorLiner DigitalFit carpet.
Apparently that means the interior of the H&R prepped BMW 1 Series M Coupe was digitally measured for the tightest of fits possible.
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