2014 BMW M235i – Download Photos

2 Series | March 16th, 2014 by 6
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Download new photos of the 2014 BMW M235i. The super sporty coupe went to a photoshoot in Spain and BMW brought out to showcase their …

Download new photos of the 2014 BMW M235i.

The super sporty coupe went to a photoshoot in Spain and BMW brought out to showcase their Estoril Blue and Melbourne Red polarizing colors.

The BMW M235i Coupe is the latest member of the BMW M Performance Automobile family and it is powered by the N55 3.0 liter TwinPower turbocharged inline-six engine also found in the M135i. It produces 322 hp and 332 lf-ft of torque taking the M235i from 0-60 in 4.8 seconds when optioned with the 8-speed sport automatic. Top speed is 155mph and MPG is 22 city/32 hwy for the auto and 19/29 for the 6-speed manual.

2014 BMW M235i   Download Photos

While in Vegas to test drive the new M235i, BMW samples us and other journalists only with the eight-speed automatic transmission. The review can be found here.

The M235i color palette includes the following metallic paints: Melbourne Red, Mineral White, Mineral Grey, Black Sapphire, Glaciar Silver and the previously mentioned Estoril Blue. The only non-metallic color offered is Alpine White.

2014 BMW M235i   Download Photos

BMW M235i also comes with exclusive 18-inch M light-alloy wheels fitted with mixed tires in 225/40 R18 format for the front wheels and 245/35 R18 at the rear.

BMW’s U.S. customer will only have model options, the 228i and M235i. The base price for the 228i is $32,100, without the $925 destination and handling fee. The upcoming BMW M235i will sell for $43,100 in the United States. In Germany, the BMW M235i costs 36,764 Euro.

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  • jason bourne

    All the talk is about the M235i, while the 228i gets very little press whatsoever.

    What a load of crap.

    • Alex Teusch

      That’s because the M235i is the version to buy. It’s meant to be a sporty coupe. If you want an economic small BMW you are better off with the 128i or even 328i. The second you buy a regular 228i you will regret not buying the M235i.

      • jason bourne

        Firstly, the 1-Series is obsolete if you’re in the States.

        Second, I don’t buy that ONLY the M235i is meant to be a sporty coupe just because it has more bhp and sports the M badge… With that kind of reasoning, will M235i owners regret it when the M2 comes out?

        Seems like it’s more about bragging rights than anything else.

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