BMW has always prided itself on being at least one of the leaders of the automotive world in terms of technology. Its M Division always had some of the most impressive, highest-revving engines on the market. BMW was the first brand to really develop a proper infotainment system, with the first-gen iDrive.
Earlier this week, Prime Minister Theresa May’s cabinet issued a 585 pages long draft withdrawal agreement which outlines the transition as the UK leaves the European Union.
There were high expectations for the BMW M850i when it was first presented. Being the successor to the old BMW 850CSi , the new M850i had big shoes to fill. Plus, it essentially replaced the 6 Series Coupe, a car that BMW fans loved
BMW Italy has embarked on what seems like an unnecessarily difficult adventure to advertise the launch of the new BMW X5. Though, we’re glad the it did because it’s awesome.
Now that we’ve got the goods on the upcoming BMW M340i , the first-ever M Performance 3 Series and the most powerful non-M 3er ever, we thought we’d take a look at how it stacks up against its competitors. After all, its main competition, the Audi S4 and Mercedes-AMG C43 , sort of do the same thing, in terms of both naming and specification. So how does the M340i compare with the AMG and the Audi?
BMW of North America has just released the ordering and pricing guide for the new 2019 BMW 330i and 330i xDrive. The 3 Series entry-level to the U.S. market – at least for now – is priced at $40,250 for the rear-wheel drive model and 42,250 for the xDrive configuration.
By popular demand, we bring y0u today some high-resolution wallpapers featuring the new BMW Z4. Pictured here is the Z4 M40i model in Frozen Grey which we’ve recently had the chance to review it in Portugal. Just a few months ago, on the beautiful Californian shores in Pebble Beach, BMW has unveiled the G29 Z4 Roadster , a car that not only builds atop the design philosophy of a BMW roadster, but it’s also the largest departure from BMW’s roadster style in ‘Z’ history
Carfection is known for its superb production quality, excellent insight and just overall really entertaining car videos. “Videos” might actually be an inappropriate word to describe what Carfection produces. They’re more like automotive films.
Japanese tuning shop and aftermarket company 3D Design has just unveiled their aero program for the new BMW F90 M5. Compared to their F10 M5 program , the new one takes the sportiness of their parts to a new level
The G05 BMW X5 is already getting delivered to customers around the world, but we’re still pretty far off from seeing the M version coming out. The F95 X5 M is expected to be launched as a 2020 model which means it will arrive towards the end of 2019, leaving us wondering exactly what hides under the hood and chassis of the prototype you can see out testing on the Nurburgring in the video below. 2019 will be an exciting year for BMW M.