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    Bmw is going to build a Tii version of 1 Series

    BMW has admitted that plans to build a 1-series tii coupe ,it will be slower than 135i and 1M because the engine will be a turbocharged four

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    Is this the same one from like 3 years ago?

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    yup , same car
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    Huh, interesting. Wonder if it will be lighter. I know there was speculation that the new 1- series (whenever it debuts, 2014?) would all be 4-cylinders, including the 135/whatever M model they have.

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    Cool, link to article?
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    don't remember where i read it , maybe it was Autocar

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    I hope they use the new N20 and make this version sub 3000 lbs.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DBFIU Click here to enlarge
    I hope they use the new N20 and make this version sub 3000 lbs.
    +1, hopefully there will be some changes to the chassis to cut weight. I don't think dropping that engine into the same chassis as a 135i would save 300+lbs.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Snertz Click here to enlarge
    I don't think dropping that engine into the same chassis as a 135i would save 300+lbs.
    surely not , but if you remove the extra useless gadgets and safety features then you will have a lightweight car

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DBFIU Click here to enlarge
    I hope they use the new N20 and make this version sub 3000 lbs.
    With they way their putting engines in cars that dont belong. I'm sure they'll be lazy and put this in as well.
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