A BMW 1M Coupe painted in Marmite (green) has recently got a photo shoot, revealing almost every angle on the pocket rocket which will soon leave the production line.
With the BMW 1M Coupe becoming more and more like a collector’s car, the model is entering our news at least once every week, but when we are looking at images like the ones posted below, we just can’t ignore the great design on a great vehicle. According to the guys at the Bimmer Post, the BMW 1M Coupe in question is being painted in Marmite, and the model in question has been fitted with 10 mm spacers for the rear wheels, a Bilstein B17 PSS10 coilover suspension and a lightweight titanium exhaust system.
As a small reminder, the BMW 1M Coupe was being offered in Black Sapphire Metallic, Alpine White and Valencia Orange, and the model came in standard with 19-inch wheels, borrowed from the M3 E92 GTS, the M slip differential, DSC with sport settings and dynamic M, a manual six-speed transmission with short shift and many other things. Under the hood, the 1M Coupe is powered by a turbocharged six-cylinder 2,979cc engine, which is developing 340 HP at 5,900 rpm and 500 Nm of torque at 1,500 rpm. The model can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.9 seconds before reaching a top speed of 250 km/h.