Enthusiast Auto Group has announced that a special collection of BMWs is up for sale. The collection comprises 13 rare BMW models, including four M3s, a Z1, a Z3 M Coupe, a Z4 M Coupe, a Z8, two M5s, an M6, a 1M coupe, and a BMW M1. They’ve each been restored to near-new quality, according to the Enthusiast Auto Group, and are looking to fetch a great $2.3 million. The most appealing car in the collection is the M1 thanks to the fact that the model was a limited-production model with only 399 units being built. It was also the first mid-engine BMW.
So often, car companies debut concepts and prototypes, often at auto shows, which dazzle the market and excite the enthusiast fanbase, yet never actually get off the ground. These prototypes are often cancelled, due to cost reasons or lack of actually buyer demand, even though the enthusiast fanbases seem to like them quite a bit
Personally, I’ve never been a big fan of the E34-generation 5 Series .
Earlier this week the DTM got a sad news: Augusto Farfus would no longer continue to thrill us on the track aboard the BMW M4 DTM. The Brazilian driver decided to return to his one true love, GT racing, and he is already winning races with the help of BMW’s Motorsport division. Farfus posted his first victory in GT racing at the FIA GT World Cup in Macau, aboard the BMW M6 GT3
It’s award season. Not the Emmy’s or the Oscars but car award season. Motor Trend just completed their Car and Truck of the Year awards, Top Gear just had their Speed Week and now Autocar has concluded its Britain’s Best Driver’s Car 2018
Ah, the Autobahn, that wonderful place where car guys can roam free! That’s definitely how the intricate highway system in Germany is viewed by many enthusiasts. What some may not know is that often these highways are crowded, congested and not exactly ‘unrestricted’. Sure, there are certain areas where you can go all out like the one shown in the video below, as a tuned F90 M5 perfectly shows.
In case you ever wondered if there’s anyone out there measuring just how satisfied customers are with their dealership interaction, you need to wonder no more.
When BMW unveiled the new Digital Key , some people were relieved to learn that they could finally use their smartphone to lock and unlock their car. It’s a bold but also necessary move forward as we do usually end up having to carry a number of sets of keys around with us, a task that can get annoying. As the video below shows, carrying house keys, car keys and office keys sometimes, can become a bit too much so why not use you phone to replace at least one of them?
We just recently saw some spy photos of the upcoming BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe and they weren’t exactly met with great enthusiasm by our readers.
The first and last BMW Z4 roadster built on U.S soil – the E85 chassis – is also one of BMW’s best looking roadsters.