2013 BMW M135i by Sportec

There was no way Swiss tuner, Sportec, was going to miss the 2013 Geneva Motor Show . And why would they considering that, given it’s right in their own backyard.

Presenting its new program for the BMW 135iM , Sportec treated it to a comprehensive performance upgrade that has made the fierce sports hatchback even more powerful than it already is from the factory. That’s a huge task, especially since the stock model’s 3.0-liter inline-six engine already boasts of 320 horsepower. But thanks to Sportec, that output has now been bumped up to 380 horsepower with an improved 0-to-100 km/h (62 mph) time of just 4.6 seconds and a top speed of 171 mph, significantly faster than the 155 mph the stock 135i comes with.

Complementing the massive power raise are many new components fitted on the sports hatch, including: a new flap exhaust system with titanium tailpipes and a set of lightweight 19-inch forged SP10 alloy wheels.

It’s not the sexiest tuning program at Geneva but for sheer purpose and thrills, this Sportec-tuned BMW 135i just got a lot scarier.


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1 comments:

Sportec is new to me so it is my first time to see such design of the car. Comprehensive performance upgrade sounds nice and I would not be surprise if the car will be more fierce and powerful. Hatchback design if also nice to look at.

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