BMW 335is dimensions

Latest model: BMW 335is Coupe (2011)
Length: 181.9 (in) = 4620 (mm)
Width: 70.2 (in) = 1783 (mm)
Height: 54.1 (in) = 1374 (mm)

Compare BMW 335is dimensions to: Audi S4, Audi S5, BMW M3, BMW 335i

BMW 335is details:

Confirming what may have been this year's worst-kept auto market secret, BMW announces the introduction of the BMW 335is Coupe and Convertible, every destined to take a place in history among the line of desirable, often collectible, BMW s models. Based on the newly-enhanced BMW 3-series Coupe and Convertible, the new BMW 335is features the proven, twin-turbocharged BMW inline-6 motor, specially tuned and equipped to produce 320 horsepower and 332 lb-ft of torque from its 3. 0-liters. For the first time on a BMW 3-series in the US, the 7-speed Double Clutch Transmission (DCT) with Release Control will be available as an feature, in place of the traditional 6-speed manual transmission. Equipped with the DCT, the BMW 335is Coupe is capable of 0-60mph acceleration in 5 seconds flat. The BMW 335is will debut at the 2010 New York International Auto Show and arrive at BMW Centers in the spring of 2010. Pricing will begin at $50525, including Destination for the BMW 335is Coupe, and $59075, including Destination for the Convertible.

Fundamentally unchanged are the BMW 3-series' essential attributes of rear-wheel drive, near-perfect 50-50 weight distribution, remarkably precise steering, and skillfully engineered suspension…all of which conspire to produce the uniquely satisfying driving experience that is quintessentially BMW.

The s was first seen by North Americans on the original BMW 3-series, which was imported from 1977-1983. The 1980 BMW 320is included the most desirable 3-series equipment, including Recaro sport seatings, sport helm, halogen high-beams, sunroof, dual color-keyed wing mirrors, anti-sway bars, look aerodynamic improvements, and cross-spoke light-alloy wheels. Later in the 1980s, the BMW 3-series and 5-series were every available as s models, including the BMW 325es, 325is, and 535is. Again, sticking with a proven formula, BMW gave the s models improved aerodynamics, sport suspension, on-board computer (OBC) and Check Control, sport leather seatings, and other features. Early last decade, the original BMW X5 Sports Activity Car (SAV) was available twice as an s model, first as the BMW X5 4. 6is and then as the BMW X5 4. 8is. The s model Savs brought even further enhancement in the form of increased performance from their modified V-8 engines.

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