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BMW 135i tii featured in the Blur racing game

Others | May 24th, 2009 by 1
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The beautiful BMW 135i tii model is making its way into the games world as well. The latest racing game developed by Bizarre Creatings under …

The beautiful BMW 135i tii model is making its way into the games world as well. The latest racing game developed by Bizarre Creatings under the Blur name, features the sporty and good looking 135i tii, a car that made the news headlines when it was unveiled two years ago at the Tokyo Auto Show.

As BMW named it back then, the 1 Series tii is a young interpretation of classic BMW brand values with specific requirements for motosport. The tii design follows the tradition of BMW’s compact, light and extremely sporting coupes.  BMW 1 Series tii underlines the extremely sporting potential and the youthful, temperamental character of the BMW 1 Series.

BMW 135i tii featured in the Blur racing game

Since the official unveiling, we have seen many unofficial versions of the tii, built by BMW fans with parts ordered from the BMW Performance Parts catalogue. We have even seen a tii replica on sale on eBay.

So to us it was a pleasant surprise to see the BMW 135i tii featured in a racing game, for the first time as far as we know.

BMW 135i tii featured in the Blur racing game

The racer will feature licensed cars, as well as real-world locations like Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Barcelona. Blur will also include a number of arcade style power-ups like speed boosts and the ability to blast other cars with bursts of energy. Blur is also all about driving social network and plans to create a large community behind it. As you would expect in such game, there will be plenty multiplayer options, online playing and four player split-screen mode.

The game will be available on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.

Wouldn’t be interesting to host our own Blur championship with our readers competing against each other?

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  • Gord

    Looks really nice, but I think the Tii from GT5p looks better.

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