BMW 1 Series in "Black and White" Twin Pack by KTW Tuning
The company from Lower Saxony, Germany, has delivered once again a convincing prove of its permanent creativeness by presenting a twin pack of each one 5 door BMW 116i in black and in white, which have come on the court as pure and chaste new vehicles, leaving it as sportively ennobled unique items, together with tuning packet. Thus, the thesis "less is more" should be approved once again.
Thanks to KTW Tuning, the black exemplar of the little Munich car has been equipped by a wheel-tire-combination beyond compare: Already the TN-9 Black aluminum rims, made by the Essen, Germany, company Tomason in 8,5x20 ET35 look superb, adequately dressed by 235/30ZR20 88Y tires. Through the rims, red coated brake calipers are spotting clearly. H&R lower suspension settings bring the 116i rather near to the asphalt. By the way, the BMW kidneys and the interior ledges are foil wrapped, side and back windows are tinted black. The over all price of the car - including MOT certificate, of course - is of unbeatable 22,999.00 Euro including VAT.
Also for the white counterpart, KTW Tuning has made the perfect decision: Aluminum rims named Antigua Dark Black made by AEZ, also in 8,5x20 ET35, are coated by 235/30ZR20 88Y tires. Likewise, the red coated brake calipers are spotting through the rims. Here also, H&R lower suspension settings warrant for the corresponding lowering. As kind of crowning of the whole masterpiece, the BMW kidneys, the outer mirrors, the roof, front-middelsword and the lower part of the rear bumper are foiled in mat black and the interior ledges are wrapped in the color of car. KTW Tuning set the complete price of the car, including MOT certificate, to 23,599.00 Euro.
For more informations concerning this black & white BMW-Duo please contact directly
KTW Tuning GmbH
D-31137 Hildesheim (Himmelsthuer-Nord)
Germany Phone +49 51 21 / 97 30 81 10
Fax +49 51 21 / 2 29 19
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