Test the BMW 1-Series M Coupe in the ACR racing game

BMW 1-Series M Coupe

BMW stopped taking orders for the 1-Series M Coupe at the beginning of April, so if someone wasn’t lucky enough to be among the 2700 people to grab a unit of this limited model, they won’t get the chance to drive one. At least that is the case in a real life scenario. In the gaming world, anything is possible.

For example, the latest ACR game created by Auto Club Revolution in cooperation with BMW gives gamers the ability to log in and take a spin in the 1-Series M Coupe. All you have to do is go to bmw.autoclubrevolution.com to get a free BMW 1 Series M Coupe test-drive on the coolest racetracks and at the highest speeds. Auto Club Revolution takes online-racing to the next level, or at least this is the case they are making. Let us know if there is truth in their advertising by hitting us up in the comments section below!

Hit the jump for the video presenting the European premiere held in the BMW M Studio.


Whoa, it’s cool for me to see one of my favorite cars in an interesting game.

Isn’t it convenient though? It can be brought anywhere too.

Racing Game is my favorite past time and having M-Coupe as one of the cars in that game is totally cool. Since the M-coupe sold its limited units, in this game, we can drive it anytime of the day.

Surely, the player will experience the precise feeling of driving it in reality.

Who can’t resist driving this M coupe even in the game? Can we also feel the adrenalin rush in this game?

Collectors might enjoy this more than the actual enthusiasts in the racing industry. Anyhow, it’s still ideal for those who can’t afford it.

It will create much excitement since this can’t be experienced by most of its players.

It’s different, no matter how it seems to be virtually similar to an actual experience. If it’s sort of affordable, they should do this certain idea where they’re renting a unit for some dollars.

Well, this can’t replace the fact that this limited production is only going to be enjoyed by the fortunate consumers. It’s still amusing, nonetheless, when it comes to your virtual senses.

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