Hartge gives the BMW X1 quad exhaust pipes

BMW X1 | August 18th, 2010 by 10
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German tuner Hartge continues to improve their BMW X1 program. In the latest iteration, Hartge gives the following X1 diesel a quad exhaust system: xDrive18d, …

German tuner Hartge continues to improve their BMW X1 program. In the latest iteration, Hartge gives the following X1 diesel a quad exhaust system: xDrive18d, sDrive18d, xDrive20d, sDrive20d and xDrive23d.

The stainless exhaust system features four tailpipes each with 80mm diameter. The upgraded exhaust improves not only the appearance of the X1, but also the acoustics.

In Germany, the price for the Hartge X1 exhaust system was set at 1,785 euros, and as mentioned before, it is only available for the diesel models.

Petrol powered X1 models are expected to receive a similar exhaust system offering.

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10 Responses to “Hartge gives the BMW X1 quad exhaust pipes”

  1. viper says:

    the symmetry does miracles which bmw lacks on their production models. the 530 535i and etc…a strong 3.0 petrol deserves pipes on both sides. audi is doing that on their 2.0 engines , it just looks better.period. or hide them . but not two on one side. looks cheap and stupid.

    • Shincai says:

      You’re living in a fantasy world.
      Please keep the bull**** to yourself.
      But yeah quad-pipes look better than dual-pipes or one pipe.

    • JoeDoe says:

      The x35i models have pipes on both sides, except for the 1-series. I agree that it looks better.

      But to put quad exhausts on an x1 18d, that’s just pointless and overkill in my opinion. I may look nice, but it’s not in relation to the performance of the car.

  2. Bryce says:

    …can they give it new headlights too?

  3. 1Mc says:

    Looks fantastic really. These on the upcoming M Sport bodyparts will make the X1 look really sporty and youthful.

  4. GTony says:

    It doe’s certainly look good, well positioned etc. Is there a cut out on the other side of the original bumper or do you have to get new bumper as well. Guess you pay a quality price for a quality product.

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