The German based aftermarket specialists at Hartge have recently revealed a new tuning program for the new BMW 1-Series F20, which is bringing both styling and performance upgrades.
After the new generation of the BMW 1-Series, codenamed the F20, has been presented not so long ago, the German tuner Hartge has decided that the model would be so much better with an upgrade, so a visual program, along with a power boost, are now available. According to the aftermarket specialists at Hartge, the BMW 1-Series F20 can be equipped with lowering springs, which can reduce the ride height by up to 30 mm, and the model can also be fitted with large 19 inch alloy wheels. The cabin is also bringing some extra features, such as the velour floor mats, aluminum pedals or the Hartge badging.
But besides being “handsome”, the new BMW 1-Series by Hartge is coming with a revised ECU, which enables the 116d version to develop a total output of 140 horsepower and 310 Nm of torque (229 lb-ft). The same ECU can be tuned in the 118d too, which is now generating a total output of 172 horsepower and it has a peak torque of 380 Nm. The larger 120d is also available with an optimized ECU, which is allowing the model to come with 215 HP and 450 Nm of torque.