HomeCarwow All-new BMW 1 Series and M135i 2020 revealed - has BMW ruined its baby?LIGHTAUTO NEXT 00 Please login to vote. Sign In PREV VIDEO NEXT VIDEO MORE VIDEOS Skoda Fabia 2020 in-depth review | carwow Reviews All-new VW Polo SUV – the T-Roc Revealed | Top 10s Hyundai Ioniq hybrid 2018 practicality review | Matt Watson Reviews Mercedes SLC 2018 POV | Test Drives Renault Megane vs Peugeot 308 vs Citroen C4 Cactus 2017 review | Head2head All-new BMW 1 Series and M135i 2020 revealed – has BMW ruined its baby? See the incredible place we film our reviews and how we work alongside Star Wars and THE QUEEN! 2018 Honda Civic Type R – ultimate in-depth review | carwow Reviews Audi R8 generations 2006-2019: DRAG RACE New SEAT Leon 2020 review – better than a VW Golf? All-new BMW 1 Series and M135i 2020 revealed – has BMW ruined its baby? 0% 1 Views 0 Likes September 22, 2022 Carwow It’s the one you hatchback fans have been waiting for – the all-new BMW 1 Series! With the likes of the A-Class in its sights, BMW … . (Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) Show more 1 series4k reviewBMWbmw 1 seriesbmw m135ibmw m135i review 2019carwowmatt watsonnew bmw 1 seriesnew bmw 1 series 2019new bmw 1 series 2020new bmw 1 series reviewnew bmw m135inew bmw m135i reviewnew bmw reviewnew bmw review 2019new bmw review 2020new hatchbacknew hatchback review You Might Be Interested In 0 05:08 New Audi SQ8 2020 – see why it could be the greatest Audi SUV EVER! September 25, 2022 0 10:43 Citroen C4 Cactus 2018 SUV in-depth review | carwow Reviews September 25, 2022 0 18:11 The ‘budget’ Audi RS4: new VW Passat R-Line REVIEW. September 25, 2022 0 11:22 This is the world’s smallest SUV! September 25, 2022 0 04:26 Mercedes-AMG E63 S v BMW M5 v Audi RS 5 DRAG & ROLLING RACE | Head2Head September 25, 2022 0 10:04 SEAT Ibiza 2020 in-depth review | carwow Reviews September 25, 2022 0 01:54 BMW 1 Series 2017 Hatchback infotainment and interior review | Matt Watson Reviews September 25, 2022 0 03:25 New Renault Clio 2020 revealed – see why it’s posher than a VW Polo! September 25, 2022 0 07:36 All-new Range Rover Evoque SUV 2019 revealed – and I’ve driven it ‘off-road’! September 25, 2022 0 Mercedes A45 AMG vs Honda Civic Type R Drag Race | Matt Watson Reviews September 25, 2022 0 09:19 Suzuki Ignis 2018 review | Matt Watson Reviews September 24, 2022 0 05:57 Nissan Qashqai SUV 2013-2017 review | Matt Watson Reviews September 24, 2022 Comment (22) Copy of a Mercedes A Reply The most ugliest bmw I've ever seen Reply I actually love it Reply BMW miss the point, s3, golf R and yaris GR is the choice. I have a 2007year BMW 1 still a real BMW. Reply That’s not a hatchback it’s an mpv Reply Why didn't BMW just make this a smaller 2 series and make a propper 1 series? Smh Reply Now I prefer the look of the AUDI A3 Rip BMW 1 series Reply What have BMW done!! I hate the big grilles and the dash looks plain am really going to miss the previous model, i think BMW have lost a customer!! Reply Meanwhile Toyota are releasing a 4 wheel drive 261BHP Yaris that looks rough and not SOFT. Reply finally a golf BMW Reply Do they use Sensatec or Dakota leather for the seats? Reply From behind it looks exactly like the Mercedes. Without the logo it'd be difficult to tell them apart. Reply When will the full review be uploaded? Reply Afcorss the Mercedes A class Reply Really doesn’t look aggressive as the previous past 135i! 6 cylinder RWD will be missed Reply I hated it on video when first seeing it but I actually quite like it in person when my friend brought over his test car he had for a few hours. What else you going to buy… the a class amg line is clunky as hell and interior looks flashing but poor build. Not a fan of the Audi either but yet to see that in person. Might end up with a 1 series that I originally thought was gross! Reply They made the 1 Series yo ugly!!! Reply Who likes the previous bmw 1 series more?? Reply 0:59 wtf is that? Reply Why this comparison contains vw golf ? Just why Reply heartless business decisions. Now lets see if this will take off amongst western teenagers and the emerging middle class buyers in developing countries as BMW would hope… honestly though, when you have so many cheap and sporty asian hatchbacks nowadays, what space is left for BMW to compete? Reply The New bmw buyers are people who driving 32miles/h on road 50miles/h Reply LEAVE YOUR COMMENT Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.