Photo Gallery: BMW 135i Coupe and Convertible Model Year 2010

1-series | January 18th, 2010 by 7
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Starting with March 2010, the BMW 135i Coupe and Convertible models will be powered for the first time by the inline six cylinder gasoline engine …

Starting with March 2010, the BMW 135i Coupe and Convertible models will be powered for the first time by the inline six cylinder gasoline engine combining TwinPower Turbo with High Precision Injection and Valvetronic.

The new engine, codename N55, made its debut in the BMW 535i GT and it will be seen across the BMW line-up, starting with the facelifted 3 Series Coupe and Convertible. The engine comes matted to the new seven gear double clutch transmission with sports automatic.

The Twin-Scroll engine continues to produce 306 horsepower and takes the Coupe from 0 to 62 mph in 5.2 seconds and the convertible in 5.5 seconds. These performance figures are not, however, taking a toll on the fuel consumption and the official numbers show 8.5 liter per 100 km respectively 8.6 liter per 100 km.

Photo Gallery: BMW 135i Coupe and Convertible Model Year 2010

Inside, a new gear selector is featured for seven gear double clutch transmission with sports automatic.

This is most likely the latest update to the current 1 Series line-up, as we approach the launch of a new, redesigned model at the end 2011. But, before new models enter the market, BMW will send off the current design with a BMW M1 version based on the Coupe platform.

More on that, later this year.

  • billy

    where did the fin on the roof go? it looks bald

  • amr naser

    this car is one of the ugliest cars bmw ever made , after the stupid X3 of course ,, i am feeling really disappointed . what they were thinking ?? and why ? inst the Z4 and Ci enough??

    • Joe

      No man, its a good looking car .. totally perfect for what its trying to achieve. Fun as ever to do as well.

      • XC

        It does look great to me. It just personal taste my friend.

  • amr naser

    what is it trying to achieve anyway ?? and about the good looking i really disagree , bmw have always done better

  • dustin

    Those climate control knobs look awesome. Sorta like a throwback to the old style. I wonder if that’s only for the Euro version of the car.

    • XC

      My guess is that the new gearbox increases the prize a lot, so they are takng away climate control or xenon lights in order to keep the prize under control…

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