The BMW M135i is synonymous with pure driving pleasure and exceptional driving dynamics. Its high-revving BMW M Performance TwinPower Turbo inline 6-cylinder petrol engine with a 3.0-litre capacity generates 240 kW (326 hp) at 5,800 to 6,000 rpm and accelerates the car from 0 to 100 km/h in just 5.2 seconds. What's more, it produces an incredibly powerful engine sound, as well as tremendous thrust whenever it's needed thanks to 450 Nm of torque.
The chassis sits 10 millimetres lower and has firmer, more athletic damper and suspension characteristics that are unique to the M models and which transfer the full force of the engine safely to the road. The M Sport brake with blue brake callipers and the M logo ensures maximum braking power, even when the BMW is pushed to its limits. The superbly responsive variable sport steering with M-specific characteristics gives the driver precise feedback for safe handling. The M Aerodynamics package with specific air inlets at the front, exclusive 18"" M light alloy wheels with Performance tyres and two tailpipes round off the exterior equipment features.
In the interior, M door sill finishers, M sport seats, an M leather steering wheel, and M-specific instruments all demonstrate the car's dynamic pedigree.
Fuel consumption/CO2 emissions
Figures for BMW M135i 5-door
Combined fuel consumption:
8.0 l/100 km
[7.5 l/100 km]
Combined CO2 emissions:
Values outside brackets refer to the basic model with the standard transmission; values in brackets to the model with the optionally-available transmission (see special equipment).
The figures for fuel consumption and CO2 emissions apply in connection with the wheel and tyre size selected.
Further information about the official fuel consumption and the official specific CO2 emissions for new passenger automobiles can be found in the 'New Passenger Vehicle Fuel Consumption and CO2 Emission Guidelines', which are available free of charge at all sales outlets and from DAT Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH, Hellmuth-Hirth-Str. 1, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany.