/Official: 2018 BMW 1 Series

Official: 2018 BMW 1 Series

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A refreshed version of the BMW 1 Series has been prepared for launch in July 2017, and although you may find it hard to notice the differences, BMW promises the new model is thoroughly improved in every way. The 2018 BMW 1 Series comes in 3-door and 5-door form and a number of editions such as Sport Line Shadow, M Sport Shadow and BMW M140i Edition Shadow.

Setting the 2018 BMW 1 Series apart from its predecessor are a number of aesthetics changes, including  two new exterior colours – Sunset Orange and Seaside Blue, and five new alloy wheels in 17 and 18 inch sizes. Special edition models also get black kidney grille, black inserts in the LED headlights and darkened LED rear lights, while Completely newly designed instrument panel with enhanced driver focus provides a more generous feeling of space.

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The 2018 BMW 1 Series is also a tour de force when it comes to technology features, boasting the latest-generation iDrive system with optional Navigation system Professional with 8.8-inch touchscreen, voice control and iDrive Controller with touch-sensitive interface, BMW ConnectedDrive Services available with Real Time Traffic Information (RTTI), smartphone integration via Apple CarPlay, inductive charging and a WiFi hotspot for up to ten devices.

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As for the mechanical highlights, the rear-wheel-drive 1er launches with a range of powerful and efficient engines includes three-, four- and six-cylinder petrol units. So whether it’s economy you want or performance, you are covered with outputs ranging from 109 hp in the BMW 116i to 340 hp in the BMW M140i, and fuel consumption from as low as  3.4 l/100 km to 7.8.

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