Motor Trend got their hands on the new BMW X7 40i for an extended test drive which also included their usual instrumented tests. According to the US magazine , the large and quite heavy SUV (5,300 lbs) managed to run from 0-60 mph in just 5.4 seconds, “that’s 0.4-0.5 seconds quicker than the 2017 Mercedes GLS 450 and GLS 550 SUVs we’ve tested (the new 2020 GLS gets updated engines) and much quicker than other eight-cylinder competitors including the 2018 Infiniti QX80 (6.3 seconds) and 2018 Lexus LX 570 (7.0 seconds).” Furthermore, they also compared the X7 40i to the 2018 Lincoln Navigator and the 2015 Escalade, both reaching 60 mph in 5.9 seconds. You can see our BMW X7 review here as well
The new BMW X5 has only been on the market for a few months, but it’s already shaping up to be one of the best selling SUVs in the BMW lineup. To date, more than 2.2 million X5’s have been sold worldwide, one third of those sales being in the U.S., so by any standards, the BMW X5 was a huge success story for the Germans. With every new generation, and there were three so far, the recipe has been further refined to deliver nearly flawless X5s.
With just a few months before its unveil, the 2020 BMW G80 M3 is going through the final testing stages. And since no testing can be completed without intensive runs at the Nurburgring, a heavily camouflage G80 M3 prototype was spotted there earlier this week. The new M3 is hardly a mystery, we’ve s een several reports from us and others talking about the new powertrain and power options, and more recently, we’ve even seen parts of its rear end .
The guys from Wald International have a long lasting relationship with cars made by Rolls-Royce.
I was initially reluctant towards the new 3 Series , especially when it came to its exterior design. Inside the cabin the leap is tremendous both in design and materials, but on the outside, I was not sold at first because of a couple of reasons. However, as time went by and as I got to drive a couple of them already, the new 3 Series is starting to grow on me and this particular model on display at BMW Abu Dhabi is quite striking
The Nurburgring is BMW’s traditional proving ground. Before cars are given the green light to enter production, they must prove their worth on the famous Green Hell. The time has come for one of the most controversial models to do that, now that Spring has returned to the Eiffel mountains – the BMW M235i Gran Coupe .
Where do you go when you buy a brand-new BMW and you want to do some light-to-moderate tuning/modifying?
The guys from Carfection started a mini-series a while back, to take a closer look at special editions of one of the most iconic names in automotive history: M3. Over the years, the BMW M3 was built not just in standard guise but also in a number of special edition versions, for each generation.
The BMW F95 X5 M mystery was solved last month when an early leak from the BMW Spartanburg factory gave us a close look at the design of the new M-engineered SUV. Using those images as an inspiration, rendering artists are coming up with their own creation of the new X5 M. The folks at Kolesa.ru have just unveiled a set of Photoshoped images portraying the upcoming SUV
BMW Sneyers Herentals in Belgium is bringing to life their own interpretation of the BMW M2 Competition with M Performance Parts. Using the base car as a Sunset Orange M2C, the Belgium dealership dives deep into the M Performance catalog to fit the car with some aero parts. Starting at the from, the BMW M2 Competition stands out with a bonnet made of carbon fiber with partially visible varnished carbon fiber