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2020 BMW M135i xDrive – Fun To Drive Hot Hatch


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2020 BMW M135i xDrive Technical Data:

Config/No of cyls/valves: In-line/4/4
Engine technology: BMW TwinPower Turbo technology: turbocharger, High Precision Injection, VALVETRONIC fully variable valve timing, DoubleVANOS variable camshaft timing
Effective capacity cc: 1998
Stroke/bore mm: 94.6/82.0
Compression ratio :1: 9.5
Fuel min.: RON 95
Max output kW/hp: 225/306 at rpm 4500–6250
Max torque Nm: 450 at rpm 1750–5000
Battery/installation Ah/–: 70/engine compartment
Suspension, front: Single-joint spring strut axle in lightweight aluminium-steel construction
Suspension, rear: Multi-link axle in lightweight steel construction with separate spring and damper configuration
Brakes, front: Vented disc brakes, with single-piston floating callipers
Brakes, rear: Vented disc brakes, with single-piston floating callipers
Driving stability systems: Standard: DSC incl. ABS, ASC and DTC (Dynamic Traction Control), ARB technology (actuator contiguous wheel slip limitation), efficiency- and weightoptimised all-wheel-drive system xDrive linked with DSC, DBC (Dynamic Brake Control), Dry Braking function, fading compensation, StartOff Assistant, EDLC (Electronic Differential Lock Control), Performance Control, M Sport suspension; optional: Adaptive suspension
Safety equipment: Standard: airbags for driver and front passenger, side airbags for driver and front passenger, head airbags front and rear, three-point inertia-reel seatbelts on all seats with belt tensioner and belt force limiter at the front, crash sensors, tyre defect indicator
Steering: Electromechanical M Sport steering with Servotronic function
Steering ratio, overall :1 14.0
Tyres, front/rear: 225/40 R18 92 Y XL 225/40 R18 92 Y XL
Rims, front/rear: 8J x 18 light-alloy
Type of transmission: Eight-speed Steptronic Sport transmission
Power-to-weight ratio (DIN) kg/kW: 6.8
Output per litre kW/l: 112.6
Acceleration 0–100 km/h s: 4.8
Top speed km/h: 250
BMW EfficientDynamics standard features: Brake Energy Regeneration with recuperation display, Electric Power Steering, Auto Start Stop function, Optimum Shift Indicator, ECO PRO mode with coasting function (with automatic transmission), intelligent lightweight construction, optimised aerodynamic attributes, active air flap control, on-demand operation of ancillary units, map-regulated oil pump, differential with optimised warm-up behaviour, tyres with reduced rolling resistance
Fuel Consumption ECE
Urban l/100 km: 8.2
Extra-urban l/100 km: 6.0
Combined l/100 km: 7.1–6.8
All figures relating to performance, fuel/electric power consumption and CO2 emissions are provisional.
The fuel consumption and CO2 emission figures are determined according to the European Regulation (EC) 2007/715 in the version applicable. The figures refer to a vehicle with basic configuration in Germany. The range shown considers the different sizes of the selected wheels/tyres and the selected items of optional equipment, and may vary during configuration.

ARB technology and BMW Performance Control also feature on the BMW 120d xDrive and the BMW M135i xDrive, which are both equipped with BMW xDrive intelligent allwheel drive as standard. The BMW xDrive system’s intelligent control logic varies the distribution of drive power between the front and rear wheels automatically and dynamically in response to the accelerator pedal position, engine torque, speed and steering angle. It can split drive power 50:50 if necessary and is designed to ensure predictable handling in all driving situations. This applies even if the Driving Experience Control switch is set to Sport mode, DTC is selected or DSC is deactivated. In Comfort or Eco Pro mode, drive is split as required, while keeping fuel consumption as low as possible. Fuel economy is therefore improved without any discernible impact on driving dynamics or traction.

As well as the all-wheel-drive system, standard specification for the sporty BMW M135i xDrive range-topper includes a newly developed mechanical Torsen limited-slip differential, which gives the car an even sportier edge by creating a locking effect between the front wheels.

The differential is integrated into the standard-fit eight-speed Steptronic Sport transmission on the BMW M135i xDrive and also features a Launch Control mode that already puts the full peak torque of 450 Nm (332 lb-ft) on tap in first and second gear.


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