BMW M635Csi
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BMW M635Csi

BMW M635Csi

The 2-door Bavarian Coupe, the M635CSi from BMW, was born in 1983 as a successor in the bloodline of the mighty M1 engine. When it was introduced, everyone claimed that it was a perfect car for luscious double agents like James Bond to getaway in. An aggressive styling, elegant looks, luxury equipment, performance and ample storage space made it critically acclaimed throughout its 6-year production life till 1989. Its sporty character is denoted by the 'M' in its name and on its grilles which stands for 'Motorsport'. Today, more than 2 decades after it was discontinued, used M635CSi s are available for about $5000-$10,000 in the market.

   

Interior

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The insides of the 2-seater coupe were made very spacious and luxurious. There are two supportive and firm sport seats with seat belts. The steering wheel on the left is a Motorsport variety, made specially for sportscars. The drive even at top speeds is comfortable without any bobbing and swaying in the car. The dashboard is completely analogue and on the central console is the audio system plus the air conditioning. The floors are carpeted. The trunk of the car has enough storage space for all the luggage that one would ever want to carry!

 

Exterior

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The M635CSi arrived with a unique 'shark-nose' styling in the front that gave it a very aggressive look. There was also a large air dam up front with horizontal grilles too holding the 4 headlamps. Another grille at the back proudly proclaimed the sporty nature of the coupe through the 'M'. A rear spoiler and a front spoiler completed its sportscar image. The car drove on modular aluminium BBS wheels with multiple-spoke rims, a firm and strong suspension. It was controlled through large front disc brakes which were very visible. The overall car sat a bit on a low profile with a maximum height of 54 inches. The same aerodynamic design and treatment for the car everywhere in the world made it truly a 'world car'.

 

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