Our shop categorizes BMW products based on their BMW chassis codes. But what does this mean? For example, what is a F10 roof spoiler? F10 refers to the 2010-current BMW 5 series model. Roof spoilers are the aftermarket part you affix on the top of your roof.
Many BMW enthusiasts refer to their BMW based on E or F followed by a number. BMW use these chassis designation codes to identify different body designs. Those with the same body design will have the same code. Our products primarily fit on the exterior of your BMW. This the one reason why we categorize our products based on the BMW codes. All the F10 BMWs will have similar body designs, but whether they have a 2.8 liter engine or a 3.5 liter engine could differ.
Interesting enough, there are thousands of BMW chassis codes associated with various projects, but not all of them are actually made into production vehicles.
What’s the importance of knowing your BMW chassis code?
BMW chassis code help repair shops identify the correct parts to fit your car. It will also help you shop at Bespoke Bimmer. If at any point in time you are unsure of what your BMW code is, feel free to contact us. Depending on what product you buy, send us a picture the relevant part of your car. For example, if you are looking for a BMW roof spoiler, take a picture of your roof area and we can help pair you with the right products.