KW 3 Way Suspension (three spec)
Steel Brake Lines
BMW M Performance Front Splitter
BMW M Performance Carbon Rear Spoiler
BMW M Performance Side Skirts
Apex EC7 wheels 18×8.5 ET35
(It will run Pilot Sport Cups/ Dunlop Dirreza for track 235/40/18)
10mm spacer for the front
BMW Alcantara Steering Wheel
BMW Black Kidney Grills
JF Musial of /DRIVEN takes a BMW M235i across South Africa’s Western Cape, exploring some of the most scenic mountain passes and roads in the world.
Autocar pits the M235i, M4 and Alpina B4 against one another in this comparo to determine which they think is the real modern day M3 coupe.
Short but neat listen and look at the BMW M235i Racing, M4 MotoGP Safety Car and M4 DTM cars.
The M4 Safety Car utilizes the F82 M4 M Performance Exhaust.
A special BMW M235i Track Edition model has been introduced in the Netherlands.
The “exclusive” and “sporty” version of the M235i Coupe incorporates numerous BMW M Performance parts, including an aerodynamics package, a special exhaust system and a limited slip differential.
The M performance aerodynamic pack comes complete with a front splitter, carbon trunk spoiler and a diffuser at the rear. The model additionally features a black grille, a trunk-mounted spoiler, a stainless steel sports exhaust system and 19-inch lightweight alloy wheels.
Inside, you’ll find an Alcantara … CONTINUED
Official H&R 228i M Sport Coupe featuring H&R lowering springs and OZ wheels.
H&R 2014 BMW 228i M Sport Coupe
Courtesy of Laurel BMW of Westmont
2014 BMW 228i M Sport Coupe
2.0L TwinPower Turbo
8-Speed Sport Automatic Transmission
Glacier Silver Metallic
Chris Harris shows us how to drift, using the BMW M235i.
Is it possible to make a drift-choreography in a rotary traffic? BMW took some hollywood stunt drivers and added the same amount of BMW M235i cars. The result: About 90 seconds of driving pleasure and smoking tires. Please note that all these driving-scenes are real.
To avoid accidents, BMW had to block the road.
Watch the behind the scenes story inside also.
…or watch the drifting world champion Rhys Millen testing the BMW M235i.
Chris Harris dishes on the M235i experience with limited slip differential (LSD) and M Performance Parts installed.
Photos from the recent Nurburgring 24 hour race and M Festival, as well as catching up with the American F80 M3 / F82 M4 European Delivery crew.
Behind the scenes videos look at the making of the BMW Drift Mob featuring the M235i Coupe.
Beautiful photoshoot of a M235i kitted out with M Performance Parts.
The 2014 BMW 2 Series coupe has received IIHS’ “Top Safety Pick” from its performance in the institute’s crash tests. It scored the highest possible “Good” in all categories of crashworthiness.
Inside are the results, with photos and videos.
The BMW M235i has received a most impressive 98/100 score from Consumer Reports, the highest ever for a BMW model and beating the costlier Porsche 911 and Chevrolet Corvette in road-test reviews.
According to the report, the M235i, which earned 98 out of a possible 100 points, scored better that the discontinued BMW 135i, making it the Munich-based carmaker’s highest-rated vehicle of all time, according to Consumer Reports. That puts BMW close to the score of 99 Tesla Motors Inc. (TSLA) received from the magazine … CONTINUED
There was to be no happy ending for the BMW Sports Trophy teams at this year’s Nurburgring 24 Hours (DE). Despite strong performances and leading at times, the podium eluded BMW as the endurance classic was held for the 42nd time in front of a total of 205,000 spectators. BMW Sports Trophy Team Schubert, with the number 20 BMW Z4 GT3, was embroiled in a fascinating three-way battle at the head of the field with an Audi and a Mercedes until two hours from … CONTINUED
Autocar looks at the M325i coupe vs the A45 AMG and answers the question – Which is the Better Driver’s Car?
Every year some friends of mine (Team Orga) organize a BMW 1er and 3er car show. In past years we always held the show(s) at the BMW Welt. But last year we simply outgrew that parking lot. So this year’s show was held at a much larger parking lot. Metro is kind of the German version of Price Club.
We even had some crazy BMW lovers(nuts) come all the way from Moscow, Russia! Some 5K kms one way! Now that’s some RESPECT! … CONTINUED