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Ya know... you should really wait to actually DRIVE one before you write it off as such. Saying it's a lousy driving car because you happen to dislike its looks is premature and shallow. To many, my 2004 545i was unbearably ugly (being the first of the Bangle generation). However, I still believe it was the best handling and driving car I have ever owned... better than my E46 330i and on par with the E36 328i that sold me on what a drivers car should be.

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Oh please don't produce this ugly thing... who the heck is the designer??? These headlights look like tsetse fly. If they keep this direction of design it looks like I'll drive my E46 M3 forever...
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yuck, yuck, yuck... I hate the new 1/5/7 series... went from stream lined cheetas ( e30 m3's ) to fat bulbous platypuses
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Oh...my...god. They need to get Bangle back. That is absolutely hideous. The proportions are bad, and the details are bad. Their new euro-pedestrian-friendly front ends are the worst execustion I've seen. Audi knows how to do it right.

If it doesn't drive like an absolute race car, I'd rather have a Mazda or Kia.
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Visually stunning – the new I series offers a modern interpretation of traditional BMW styling cues. The 1 series is an artful fresh interpretation of themes first introduced by the F/01, 07 and 10. The design boldly conveys BMW’s sense of athletic prowess. The front end of the 1 series is particularly dynamic with its robust large triangular bi-xenon headlights that are not only aggressively focused but serve to accentuate the large sculpted kidney grills. The very assertive character lines that boldly accentuate the complex sculpted sides artfully conveys a sense of dynamism and motion. Details such as the door handles sculpted into the horizontal character lines, front air intakes with chrome accents make the familiar connection to the 1 series’ big brothers. The wide wheel openings reinforce the athletic sports sedan feel. The rear end continues a feeling of sculpted art. The rear lights set off the deeply sculpted rear end and accentuate the wide track that further communicates the 1 series' very sporting athleticism. I am particularly fond of the proportions of the hatch back with its sloped roofline and aggressively angled rear window. The 1 series showcases its BMW DNA.

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I like it.
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Visually stunning – the new I series offers a modern interpretation of traditional BMW styling cues. The 1 series is an artful fresh interpretation of themes first introduced by the F/01, 07 and 10. The design boldly conveys BMW's sense of athletic prowess. The front end of the 1 series is particularly dynamic with its robust large triangular bi-xenon headlights that are not only aggressively focused but serve to accentuate the large sculpted kidney grills. The very assertive character lines that boldly accentuate the complex sculpted sides artfully conveys a sense of dynamism and motion. Details such as the door handles sculpted into the horizontal character lines, front air intakes with chrome accents make the familiar connection to the 1 series' big brothers. The wide wheel openings reinforce the athletic sports sedan feel. The rear end continues a feeling of sculpted art. The rear lights set off the deeply sculpted rear end and accentuate the wide track that further communicates the 1 series' very sporting athleticism. I am particularly fond of the proportions of the hatch back with its sloped roofline and aggressively angled rear window. The 1 series showcases its BMW DNA.

I like it.
You must be trolling right?

If not, I hope BMW takes a look at this thread. Approximately 20-30 people hate it, and 1 person likes it. Way to go, BMW.
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Visually stunning – the new I series offers a modern interpretation of traditional BMW styling cues. The 1 series is an artful fresh interpretation of themes first introduced by the F/01, 07 and 10. The design boldly conveys BMW's sense of athletic prowess. The front end of the 1 series is particularly dynamic with its robust large triangular bi-xenon headlights that are not only aggressively focused but serve to accentuate the large sculpted kidney grills. The very assertive character lines that boldly accentuate the complex sculpted sides artfully conveys a sense of dynamism and motion. Details such as the door handles sculpted into the horizontal character lines, front air intakes with chrome accents make the familiar connection to the 1 series' big brothers. The wide wheel openings reinforce the athletic sports sedan feel. The rear end continues a feeling of sculpted art. The rear lights set off the deeply sculpted rear end and accentuate the wide track that further communicates the 1 series' very sporting athleticism. I am particularly fond of the proportions of the hatch back with its sloped roofline and aggressively angled rear window. The 1 series showcases its BMW DNA.

I like it.
which drug are you on ??? or you get free service from BMW for posting this :-)
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Visually stunning – the new I series offers a modern interpretation of traditional BMW styling cues. The 1 series is an artful fresh interpretation of themes first introduced by the F/01, 07 and 10. The design boldly conveys BMW’s sense of athletic prowess. The front end of the 1 series is particularly dynamic with its robust large triangular bi-xenon headlights that are not only aggressively focused but serve to accentuate the large sculpted kidney grills. The very assertive character lines that boldly accentuate the complex sculpted sides artfully conveys a sense of dynamism and motion. Details such as the door handles sculpted into the horizontal character lines, front air intakes with chrome accents make the familiar connection to the 1 series’ big brothers. The wide wheel openings reinforce the athletic sports sedan feel. The rear end continues a feeling of sculpted art. The rear lights set off the deeply sculpted rear end and accentuate the wide track that further communicates the 1 series' very sporting athleticism. I am particularly fond of the proportions of the hatch back with its sloped roofline and aggressively angled rear window. The 1 series showcases its BMW DNA.

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You must be trolling right?

If not, I hope BMW takes a look at this thread. Approximately 20-30 people hate it, and 1 person likes it. Way to go, BMW.
Make that 2. This is the car I have been waiting for ever since I saw the first 1s in Europe. IMO it's perfect.
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ok ewe all - your group think is making you seem like German sheep....
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ok ewe all - your group think is making you seem like German sheep....
I'd rather be a German shepherd

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and it's called One Series


Very apt - the 1 series - was never pretty but always possessed an admirable pugnacious bull dog-like quality as epitomized by the 1 M.
- the new 1 series continues this design language.

Thank you for your insightful metaphor.

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Anyone notice that BMW is making the one series bigger (85mm increase in length)-what is it with all the manufacturers constantly increasing the size of all their vehicles. One of the reasons I got the 1 series was the increase in size of the 3 series! What next-the "0 series"
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Seems like 0 2 4 6 8 are all reserved for funky designs, so it will be -1 or FF
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Mmm, while my "artistic sensibilities" are pretty rough, I put this design right alongside the new 5 & 7. BMW is definately back to the pre-Bangle "1 sausage 4 different legnths" school of design.

I think it's OK. I hated the 1 when it 1st came here, it's grown on me a bit but I'm still not a fan. I like the flanks on the new design; I could not stand the droopy look of the current 1. The new front end is funky, I don't like the plump kidney grills on any model (the 7 is ghastly IMO) and some lines look anti-aerodynamic to me.

If the new 3 coupe has the same over-sized kidneys I'll be downright irate.
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If the new 3 coupe has the same over-sized kidneys I'll be downright irate.
Problem is... because that's their current "design language", that's exactly what the 3'er will have.

Looking at this 1'er, it really does look like a small, hatchback 5'er or 7'er. That means that the 3'er is almost definitely going to be the same general shape and style... just slightly bigger.

Currently the disguised shots I've seen of the new 3'er don't inspire confidence. While you can't tell much, it does appear the front is pretty vertical (or beyond), but oddly enough the roofline looks almost identical to the E90. I am not inspired to think the 3'er is going to wow us... rather evolve from the current design into the new.

As for this 1'er... I actually think evolution has helped the look of this model. While I'm neutral on the grille, I actually like the headlights and the squared off angel eyes. I didn't care much for the current 1'er, but it's going to remain to be seen what BMW does with the coupe and vert models they will bring this side of the pond. Of course, I don't want either of those... but that's another story.
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I'm a little late to the game, didnt even realised my favourite BMW had been updated and released already. Gleaned lots of info from the BMW DE website, even got the options squared away.

I think the F20 looks fine. It's got some bad angles and someone raided the VW Polo parts bin for the taillights, but overall its a contemporary, edgy design that has much more personality than most of its competitors like the VW Golf and Ford Focus. It'll attract the young folks who want a shouty, modern style and something that doesn't look like an ordinary hatchback. I still believe the Opel Astra is the best-looking in its class though.

Although the F20 doesn't have that much groundbreaking items (many competitors offer Internet, the Opel Astra also has the Front Camera), the efficiency of the drivetrain is certainly a strong point and the scope of its ConnectedDrive is also pretty sweet for the young, computer-saavy buyers who'll like the car.

I'll take a 120d, 5-door "Sport line" in Tiefseeblau and the "Track" Cloth/Gray Accent interior, aluminium trim, Style 380 wheels so it won't ruin the ride. Add a few things like the Lighting and Visibility packets, Cruise, Anthracite headliner and I'll be good to go. If I have the money, perhaps the sat nav and Front Camera with Speed Limit Info.

That is, of course, BMW NA isn't interested in selling it here, so the whole config is pointless.
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Ya know... you should really wait to actually DRIVE one before you write it off as such. Saying it's a lousy driving car because you happen to dislike its looks is premature and shallow. To many, my 2004 545i was unbearably ugly (being the first of the Bangle generation). However, I still believe it was the best handling and driving car I have ever owned... better than my E46 330i and on par with the E36 328i that sold me on what a drivers car should be.

I have an open mind on the looks, and I'll reserve my judgment of the drive until/unless I actually drive one first.
E60 was not first of the Bangle era, and it has been one well accepted by the general public and enthusiasts.

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Visually stunning – the new I series offers a modern interpretation of traditional BMW styling cues. The 1 series is an artful fresh interpretation of themes first introduced by the F/01, 07 and 10. The design boldly conveys BMW’s sense of athletic prowess. The front end of the 1 series is particularly dynamic with its robust large triangular bi-xenon headlights that are not only aggressively focused but serve to accentuate the large sculpted kidney grills. The very assertive character lines that boldly accentuate the complex sculpted sides artfully conveys a sense of dynamism and motion. Details such as the door handles sculpted into the horizontal character lines, front air intakes with chrome accents make the familiar connection to the 1 series’ big brothers. The wide wheel openings reinforce the athletic sports sedan feel. The rear end continues a feeling of sculpted art. The rear lights set off the deeply sculpted rear end and accentuate the wide track that further communicates the 1 series' very sporting athleticism. I am particularly fond of the proportions of the hatch back with its sloped roofline and aggressively angled rear window. The 1 series showcases its BMW DNA.

I like it.
I guess to each his/her own... I wonder what praises you have sang for the 5GT. People can use whatever words to market a product, but one thing is simple - when we see ugly, we know it. The old Z4 and 7 were not pretty but were very different in design philosophy. This thing... I had to make sure I wasn't in a weird dream when I saw it. Hard to believe that the board actually approved it.
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Wouldn't really agree with that. The old 5er had a front that looked like "Dame Edna's spectacles." and a rear end that was bulbous to say the least.
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