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BMW M1 Supercar Rumor 2016

Sunday, June 24th 2012. | BMW

BMW M1 Supercar

BMW plans to recreate the Model of BMW M1 Supercar. This was confirmed when the BMW M1 Hommage introduce four years ago could be the reason the truth of this news. BMW M1 is actually the result of cooperation between the two companies differed between BMW with Giorgio Giurgiaro of Italdesign. BMW charge of developing the technical and business components, while the Italdesign charge of designing the body.

The first BMW is currently known by the name ‘M’ that popular today, was launched in late 1978. With maximum speeds reaching 265 km / h, the vehicle became the fastest road car made in Germany at that time. BMW M1 is capable of accelerating from 0 – 100 km / h in less than 6 seconds. And for the sprint to 200 km / h only takes 20 seconds.

For the performance, the new BMW M1 supercar is expected to use a V8 engine which produces about 600 to 650 horsepower. Maximum speed is around number 330 km / h in order to compete with rivals like the Audi R8, Porsche 911 or Mercedes-Benz new SLS AMG.

BMW supercar that seems to be sliding around 2016 it will adhere to the principle of BMW Efficient Dynamics program that will equip the vehicle with start-stop system and braking energy recovery.

This car is certainly going to use conventional materials such as the future of aluminum, magnesium, titanium and a variety of lightweight plastic components for the pursuit of the target weight is in the range of 1250 kg.

Rumor also say that 2016 BMW M1 Supercar will be sold at a very high price starting from $317.000.

BMW M1 Pictures

2016 BMW M1 Supercar Front

2016 BMW M1 Supercar

2016 BMW M1 Supercar Side

2016 BMW M1 Supercar Rear

BMW Concept M1

BMW M1 Supercar Concept

BMW M1 Concept Supercar

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