The BMW M235i hasn’t been on the market for all that long and already, Japanese BMW tuning company 3D Design have released their first array of aftermarket products for the potent little rear-wheel drive BMW sports car.
So far, 3D Design have created a carbon fibre bootlid lip spoiler for the M235i as well as a prominent carbon fibre rear diffuser and front lip created from the same lightweight material. To finish off the looks of this M235i, it has been fitted with a set of new black wheels featuring chrome lips.
Pinned as a successor to the potent BMW M135i coupe, the BMW M235i features a twin-scroll turbocharged 3.0-liter in-line six-cylinder petrol engine producing an impressive 321 hp. As a result, when fitted with the standard six-speed manual transmission, the 2014 BMW M235i can hit 100 km/h in a brisk 5 seconds. However, that time falls to 4.8 second when optioned with the eight-speed automatic gearbox.
The new BMW 2-series coupe range as a whole replaces the 1-series coupe and incorporates all-new styling to help make it fit better in-line with the styling of the new 3-series and 4-series. All 2014 BMW 2-series models released thus far are 4432 mm in length, 1774 mm wide and 1418 mm higher. That means the car is 72 mm longer than the outgoing BMW 1-series coupe, 24 mm wider and 7 mm lower.