Theres debate if this picture is real or photoshop, either way our thoughts are with the victims of this natural disaster.
Based on the new BMW 1 Series Coupe being presented to the world public for the first time at the Tokyo Motor Show 2007, this fascinating design study is the consistent evolution of BMW’s compact two-door with a clear focus on uncompromising sportiness. With its aerodynamically optimised body, a wide range of lightweight features serving to minimise the weight of the car and its axle load distribution, as well as an interior tailored specifically to the ambitious driver, this concept study clearly offers a high level of driving dynamics right from the start.
Many thanks to all the volunteers who made this meeting successful. This great get-together continues from last years inaugural event (http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=34131) and fulfills our aspiration to be bigger and better. Here are some photos.
Just want to share some photos that I took when I visited Ac Schnitzer headquarter in Aachen Germany.
I hope this is not a repost
Here you go enjoy:
6th floor top floor restaurant for guest
Japanese tuner ARQRay is already hard at work on the E90/E92 M3 developing a new exhaust system and aerodynamic components
The spellbinding steering precision right from the factory can be improved a few shades more by the 25-millimetre lower suspension setting at the front axle and 15-millimetre lower suspension at the rear. The H&R development team has also taken care to ensure that the spring kit harmonises perfectly with the adjustable dampers, an optional extra, so you can be sure of a comfortable ride, even with the sporty setup. Better traction also facilitates higher cornering speeds – even on hairpin bends and when changing direction quickly.
The lower suspension gives the car a wider look, even making it seem a touch more masculine. The wheel spacers, which can be combined with the series and aftermarket rims, take care of the rest, putting the icing on the cake of this chassis package. … CONTINUED
This is one of the few times I would actually like to be a cop.
Have the German carmakers gone completely power-nuts? They sure have and nothing seems to be stopping them. New reports are stating that BMW has decided to pick up Audi’s lead and will use turbos to surpass their 580HP Rs6