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Old 09-24-2008, 09:28 PM   #1
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BMW 135i by HARTGE
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HARTGE has given the world's first inline six-cylinder engine with twin turbo-chargers and a second generation direct-injection system a power boast of 44 hp - and that at the same time as maintaining its extremely good fuel consumption of only 9.2 liters per 100 kilometers (EU combined). HARTGE not only offers an additional ECU, which transforms the 3-litre engine of the compact BMW 135i Coupe into a powerhouse generating a massive 257 kW (350 hp) at 5660 rpm and 480 Nm (lb-ft 354) at 2950 rpm, and naturally also the chance to enjoy unlimited driving pleasure at speeds of up to 280 km/h. For the dash from 0 to 100 km/h (0 - 62 mph), the 135i Coupe from HARTGE is half a second faster than its standard brother while the 25 mm lower sports suspension guarantees safety thanks to even greater directional stability and outstanding handling on twisting roads.

Beguiling looks and sound, improved aerodynamics

The interaction of the visually appealing aerodynamic parts - front spoiler lip, roof spoiler, lip for boot lid, rear diffuser and side sills - brings about a significant improvement in negative lift at high speeds. Simply chic: The set of CLASSIC 2 aluminum wheels in the dimension 9 x 20" offset 40 fitted with Pirelli PZero Nero tires (245 / 30 ZR 20 front and rear). The 135i Coupe from HARTGE is a car that should not only be seen and driven but also heard. And this is possible thanks to a sonorous exhaust note, which emerges from the dual round tail pipes of the stainless steel rear silencer embedded in the left and right of the diffuser.

Other HARTGE accessories help make the car more individual. They include: A decal set in metallic anthracite, a set of carbon (silver or black) casings for exterior mirrors, emblems for the bonnet and boot lid and a HARTGE insignia (140 x 32 mm).

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For all models, HARTGE offers an attractive 3-spoke leather steering wheel with silver (or black) carbon inserts. This material is also used for the HARTGE steering wheel cover for vehicles with BMW 3-spoke sports airbag steering wheel with (and without) multi function and for interior trim for the dash board, gear lever panelling and door handles.

HARTGE offers an illuminated gear knob, including an alcantara gaiter for the 6-speed manual gear box and the handbrake handle in a tasteful combination of leather and aluminum. Fully in aluminum, however, is the three-piece set of pedals, ideal for skilful heeling and toeing, while silver metallic dial, red needle and a speedometer reading up to 300 km/h underscore the sporting impression created by this exciting Coupe that, fully equipped by HARTGE, costs exactly 48,162.14, excluding VAT. It goes without saying that all HARTGE components can also be retrofitted individually.

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Old 09-24-2008, 09:42 PM   #2
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Where can I get a side skirt like that?
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Old 09-24-2008, 10:00 PM   #3
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Step one, buy a 1 series. Step two, contact you authorized hartage dealer. I know that you don't want a cheapo knock off.
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Old 09-24-2008, 11:57 PM   #4
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Poop darnit. I don't have that type of money.

I wonder what happens if I put my car on craigslist for $40,000.
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I wonder what happens if I put my car on craigslist for $40,000.
no one will call
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sick car I need one lol to bad I dont have hartge # lol jk jk

* is missing the turn signal in the right fender lol and look like the tire is hittin with the fender too
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* is missing the turn signal in the right fender lol
holy crap, good eye, lol
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no one will call
I'm guessing there would be a lot of pissed people. I remember when I saw a stock '96 ti with 147k miles on craigslist for $9k. There was nothing special about it at all, and the interior looked like it was a home to pigeons. I was about to call the guy up and go berserk on him.
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that steering wheels is pure sex... that thing is beautiful
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SEXY from start to finish
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