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2010 Hartge BMW X1

By luanpa in | September 14, 2010 | (2) Comments

Hartge has unveiled their upgrade program for both the 2.0 and 1.8-litre versions of 2010 BMW X1.

The X1 xDrive20d by Hartge boasts 32 hp more than the standard X1 which enables it to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in 7.2 seconds instead of 8.4 and increases the top speed by 11 km/h. For the sDrive20d the sprint goes in 6.9 seconds instead of 8.1 and the top speed rises to 229km/h.

The 4-cylinder already had a lot of torque available but thanks to the modifications from Hartge it rises from 350 to 415 Nm at 2000 rpm. A suspension upgrade is also available, lowering the car by 30mm, for all xDrive models from 18d to 28i.

The Hartge classic 2 wheel for the X1 is also a beauty with the following dimensions: 9 x 20′ offset 33 with 245/30 ZR 20 at the front and 10 x 20′ offset 40 with 295/25 ZR 20 at the rear. Hartge recommends ContiSC-5, Pirelli Nero or the Michelin PS2 tyres.

Generally, speaking, there are no limits on the extent to which the X1 can be customised and, as with most things in life, the degree is only a question of the price. Just one example, the power kit for the 20d costs € 1,892.10 – in other words, not even € 60 per additional horse power, which is certainly inexpensive ‘power fodder’! “Joy is a life full of opportunities’ says the X1 brochure. And Hartge has now added a few more.

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2 responses to "2010 Hartge BMW X1"

  1. It’s perfect for family use.It’s a consideration for me always to buy an automobile for family use.We love going out of town and kids are more comfortable when they’re on one car travelling.

  2. When is saw it the first time, I really loved it.. Yeah I completely agree, its a family car…Worth to spend on..