Final run of rear-wheel drive six-cylinder sizzling hatches to lob throughout the second quarter of 2019 packing additional equipment and distinctive design appointments.
BMW Australia has confirmed a brand new ‘Finale’ bundle for the M140i sizzling hatch, scheduled to reach in showrooms round March priced from $62,990 earlier than on-road prices.
Celebrating the final iteration of the rear-drive hatchback earlier than it makes the change to front- and all-wheel drive within the subsequent technology, the M140i Finale Version will get particular badging, additional specification and distinctive design bits over the ‘customary’ M140i for $3000 additional.
Headlining the extra options are 18-inch M mild alloy wheels in Orbit Gray, wi-fi smartphone charging, the ‘Storage Compartment’ bundle, metallic paint, an electrical glass sunroof, a high-gloss black entrance grille, darkened head- and tail-light lenses, together with a black chrome end for the twin tailpipe shops.
Patrons also can go for two different alloy wheel kinds, completed in both Jet Black with silver highlights or simply Jet Black.
As earlier than, the M140i Finale Version is powered by a 250kW/500Nm 3.0-litre turbocharged inline six, paired to an eight-speed automated sending drive to the rear wheels – a singular promoting level within the section.
BMW claims a brisk 0-100 dash time of 4.6 seconds, whereas gasoline consumption is rated at 7.1L/100km.
Carryover gear from the ‘customary’ variant consists of M Sport brakes with blue-painted calipers, entrance and rear parking sensors, adaptive LED headlights with high-beam help, a harman/kardon premium sound system, adaptive M suspension, an 8.8-inch Navigation System Skilled system with BMW ConnectedDrive, ‘Dakota’ leather-based upholstery, together with keyless entry.
The M140i Finale Version arrives in showrooms from March, with final manufacturing out there from June.
UPDATE, 11/2/19: The unique model of this text indicated a six-speed guide was out there as a no-cost possibility. Nevertheless, this isn’t the case, the Finale Version is solely supplied with the eight-speed auto.
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