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Bmw performance interior carbon fibre

Post by Stumps » Tue Jan 10, 2017 10:26 pm

Hi all,

Please can someone help me,

Bought my wife a new M140 and as a surprise I am going to get a carbon/Alancantara
Interior parts fitted for her.
Can anyone help me with which parts are Alancantara and what is Carbon please.
Car is 2017 5 door auto.

If part numbers are available that would be fab.

Many thanks,

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Re: Bmw performance interior carbon fibre

Post by Stegosaurus » Wed Jan 11, 2017 4:56 pm

Best advice in the meantime would be to ring, e-mail or PM cotswoldbmw, as they're a forum sponsor and can likely help you out and might be able to do you a good deal too :)
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Re: Bmw performance interior carbon fibre

Post by sonnyx » Wed Jan 11, 2017 8:28 pm

Stumps wrote:Hi all,

Please can someone help me,

Bought my wife a new M140 and as a surprise I am going to get a carbon/Alancantara
Interior parts fitted for her.
Can anyone help me with which parts are Alancantara and what is Carbon please.
Car is 2017 5 door auto.

If part numbers are available that would be fab.

Many thanks,

Stumps
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The parts are between 800-900
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Re: Bmw performance interior carbon fibre

Post by neil278 » Thu Jan 12, 2017 12:05 am

I thought Cotswolds were doing these for £600 ish
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Post by sonnyx » Thu Jan 12, 2017 12:55 am

neil278 wrote:I thought Cotswolds were doing these for £600 ish

Yes think i read someplace on here the pack (incomplete) was around 560-600. But you still need few other parts i believe.
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Post by sonnyx » Thu Jan 12, 2017 12:08 pm

I got a quote from Cotswold for a single part of the performance interior and it retailed at approx £160 for the auto shifter.
I then discovered the base of the shifter was a second part.
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Re: Bmw performance interior carbon fibre

Post by msej449 » Tue Jan 17, 2017 10:19 pm

I was in a similar position, however, because I opted for high gloss black, once it arrived I decided I liked the HGB and all I really wanted to replace was the silver on the gear shift and it's base. Even that was pricey, so for the moment, I just re-sprayed the shift base matt black. It might be worth waiting 'till you've had the car a couple of weeks, as the full CF retro-fit collection is hugely over-priced, to my mind (that would be the steering wheel centre; gear shift; gear shift base; full trim kit; handbrake cover). The M Performance CF stuff is only part of the whole set of things that you might want to replace.

I also fitted the AutoID CF wing mirrors to replace the truly naff light grey stock ones. Although I think that body colour or black would have worked just as well (anything but the grey, in fact!).
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