Even though we don’t really think the BMW 1-Series M Coupe needs any upgrade packages to add to its stellar style, there have actually been a ton of tuning packages for it since its debut. Now, German tuner, Hartge, is adding yet another one to the list. For their package, the tuner is offering a pretty impressive engine upgrade, as well as a couple of exterior and interior modifications.

For the 3.0 liter turbocharged engine, Hartge is offering a tweaked ECU and stainless steel rear silencer with dual round tail pipes that will increase the output from the standard 340 HP to an impressive 401 HP at 5,850 rpm and a peak torque of 391 lb-ft at 2,950 rpm. Thanks to the extra power, the Hartge 1-Series M Coupe will sprint from 0 to 124 mph in just 11.34 seconds - an improvement from the standard 13.52 seconds. The tuner is also offering a new set of alloy wheels combined with a 30mm lowering kit.

Hartge is also throwing in a boot lip spoiler and a roof spoiler for the exterior and aluminum pedals and bespoke floor mats for the interior.

  • 2012 BMW 1-Series M Coupe by Hartge
  • Year:
    2012
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  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    396 @ 5850
  • Torque @ RPM:
    391 @ 2950
  • Displacement:
    3.0 L
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5 comments:

  (446) posted on 04.17.2012

I believe that Hartge will succeed as this coupe is basically plain to me.

  (444) posted on 04.13.2012

Hartge is amazing for making this powerful further! I was not allured by its look before, but now I started to appreciate its appearance!

  (401) posted on 03.22.2012

I hope Hartge knows what they’re doing. I wish the enhancements will truly make an improvement to this car, and not a fiasco.

  (401) posted on 03.22.2012

I hope Hartge knows what they’re doing. I wish the enhancements will truly make an improvement to this car, and not a fiasco.

  (579) posted on 03.20.2012

Yes, this coupe modified by Hartge impresses me a lot. I mean, the style is still subtle as ever but I like it that way. They did something great to the engine though so that’s probably the reason why I’m looking forward to a more efficient performance of this.

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