Alongside getting the chance to spend a few hours alongside a newly tuned widebody BMW 135i, 1013M photography got a chance to snap some shots of a 1 Series M Coupe.
The hotter BMW got itself a purposely hotter appearance from the factory and that was taken up to 11 once the world of tuning took a stab at it.
A wide body kit fitting wasn’t really needed since the standard car already comes with that. At this point it’s time to focus on the little things.
Actually, that’s not completely true, the BMW 1 Series M Coupe gets itself a new look courtesy of a red vinyl wrap.
Some black accents are still left out in order to balance everything out. These include a couple of vents in the bonnet, a repainted hump and some unaltered aero bits.
The original air splitter, the rear diffuser, the lower side skirt blades and part of the trunk lid are black and beautifully contrast with the red of the body.
Oh and speaking of which, the new HRE C20 alloy wheels aren’t exactly standard stuff but they don’t feel at all like they don’t belong in the mix.
Overal, the BMW 1 Series M Coupe looks amazing yet it still gets tinted windows. Let’s hope that’s there to hide the driver away from the LA sun rather than adoring looks.
Once again, the photos made available by 1013M look amazing and seriously highlight the important feats of the custom BMW 1 Series M Coupe.