Here are exterior and interior photos of E92 335is coupe world debut today at the 2010 NY International Auto Show. See here for 335is official specs. The 335is was truly a stunner in person! Hopefully it shows in the photos.
The 2010 NYIAS BMW Press Conference goes live at 3:05pm EST. Follow the link to watch it live. Introduced will be the North American debuts of the new BMW F10 5 Series, 335is Coupe, LCI BMW X5, and Alpina B7 xDrive.
Here are exterior and interior photos of the space gray 2011 535i from the floor of the BMW display at the NY International Auto Show. This represents the U.S. premiere of the F10 535i. A 2011 550i is also present, which we will cover a bit later.
Member Alpine325ci (Gerald Alvarez) has been photoshopping beautiful BMW renders for a long while now. He now takes a crack at predicting the new M5 (F10). Check them out.
Specifically targeted towards the Chinese market, the all new F10 5-Series now comes in a Long Wheel Base version, dubbed the Li. Not only is this car designed and marketed towards the Chinese buyer, but the car will actually be produced in a new facility in China as well.
Many a E90post member is afflicted with the “mod bug,” but member ’saferisk’ has got it bad. All the better for us as we can live vicariously through his major E92 335i-to-M3-look conversion. The look will be M3, but the performance will be upgraded based on the factory N54 engine. Follow the already underway impressive build inside!
We bring you the first ever sighting of the next generation 6-series coupe (F12)! Until now, only the 6-series convertible prototype has been spotted. This 6-series coupe prototype clearly differs from the convertible in the larger rear window, different side windows, and different B-pillars.
In the many F10 5-series reviews available thus far, one of the most praised aspects of the F10 has been its great ride quality. Richard Aucock, an automotive journalist, gives us some insight as to how BMW managed to improve on the 5-series ride quality from the E60. In his latest blog entry, he writes:
BMW Group Driving Dynamics Director Jos van As says it was owners of the old BMW 5 Series that led direction for the new one.
‘Feedback from owners of the old car was that handling impressed but the ride was too hard.’
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