2012 BMW M1 were produced 450 vehicles in total

Initially the BMW motorsport department turned to Lamborghini to use their experience to help design and build their new racer. The result was a sleek, low slung, mid engine supercar with body work designed by Ital Design and a 3.5 litre engine that could be turbocharged to produce 850 bhp in Group 5 racing spec.

The BMW M1 model is a sports car manufactured by German automobile producer, BMW. This model was produced as a joint venture between Lamborghini and BMW and it is the only mid-engined model to be mass produced by BMW. The initial model was powered by a 3.5 liter twin-cam M88 6-cylinder gasoline engine with mechanical fuel injection. The same model was also used in the BMW 745i version. The engine had four valves per cylinder, and six separate throttle butterflies. The powerful engine produced power up to 204 kilo watts and the model has the capacity to achieve top speed of 260 kilo meters per hour. The turbocharged versions of M1 produced up to 634 kilo watts of power.

The two-seater and two door fastback coupe model, BMW M1 were produced 450 vehicles in total, out of which 400 were road versions, while the other models were race cars.
2012 BMW M1 were produced 450 vehicles in total


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