The BMW 1M is still in the favors of a lot of aftermarket shops and receives a lot of new and special body style programs, and that thanks to the sports car`s extraordinary body language which still impresses us today, four years after it was decided to be put off the production.
This BMW 1M seen here in the photo gallery wrapping the Long Beach Blue exterior color, has also received the “gentle touch” of the Carbon Fiber Dynamics tuning company, which has fitted the iconic model with a carbon fiber body kit.
The BMW 1M by Carbon Fiber Dymanics can be seen wearing the carbon fiber front spoiler and front splitter, rear diffuser, rear spoiler as well as the same carbon fiber on the roof. Other elements include the powerdrome hood found on the M3 as well, along with the lowering spring kit and the sport exhaust system.
In the engine department, we are not sure if this BMW 1M has received any upgrades, but judging by the powerdrome hood, we might guess that the power has been raised with a remapped ECU, reaching an estimated 400 horsepower.
In the stock form, the BMW 1M unveiled in 2011, is coming with 340 horsepower and 450 Nm of torque, capable of reaching 100 km/h in 4.8 seconds, via a six-speed manual with a limited slip differential. The model now costs more than used to four years ago, meaning that you might have to pay around $62,000 as opposed to the starting price of $41,135 in 2011.