The 2011 528i Sedan has now joined the 535i and 550i on BMWUSA’s website, and is available for online configuration. The 528i starts at $44,550 MSRP and is powered by a 3.0L 6-cylinder 240hp / 230 lb-ft torque motor. Check out BMWUSA.com.
Ive heard a few folks on the X3 forums who want to see the 2nd Gen in a " real life " size comparison vs the current X5.All of the size comparisons so far for the 2nd Gen X3 have been against the current X3. Could not deliver the X5 but a few pics with an X6 and a couple of Fords.Enjoy and Thanks. PalBay
M3post member noxredna has on a prior occasion shared with us his great account of his first place finish at the Redline Time Attack NJMP. He has now moved cross-country with his M3 and has again shared with us a report of his time at the Redline Time Attack Autoclub Speedway. Check out the upgrades to his car, as well as some great photos and details of the event.
The lucky guys at Car and Driver recently had a chance to do something that we can only do in our dreams — test drive the ALMS M3 GT race car. What they share with us is some great insight from a non-professional driver as well as some stunning photography of the ALMS M3.
The Alpina B5 has always been a sort of special car, elegant, fast and distinctive all at the same time. Its no wonder that the upcoming Alpina B5 has had a pre-release following similar to a series BMW. The car has been tracked through development spyshot after spyshot, artists even attempted to render the car to guess at what it would look like. Thankfully, it seems the car is now set for its release and showing to the world at the Goodwood Festival of Speed (July 1 - 4, 2010).
The car itself is of course based on the 6th generation BMW 5-Series, and for ALPINA too this will be their 6th generation … CONTINUED
Bulgaria has turned out to be the home of one of the most fanatical BMW fan bases in Eastern Europe. The 9th National BMW meeting was held last month at the Drakon track, in an event organized by the BMW Club of Bulgaria. Here is a great video summary of the event.
Resident photoshop guru Gerald Alvarez digitally strips away the remaining camoflage on the F13 2011 6-series convertible, revealing what we think will be a gorgeous drop top 6-series.
We previously reported that BMW will be introducing a front-wheel model for the next generation 1-series (in addition to traditional RWD models). The FWD 1-series models will likely be receiving 4-cylinder and 3-cylinder versions, leading some to lament that the FWD configuration along with a small motor points to these future models are being more about efficiency/budget than performance.
However, if Autocars "sources" are to be believed, the future entry level 3-cylinder 1-series models are not considered as "entry level" models, but will serious, refined, sporting engined cars with great CO2 figures. We certainly hope this to be true and that BMWs sporty car philosophy continues throughout its future lineup.
Check out this cool 3 part video celebrating the M3’s storied history. E30, E36, E46 and E90/E92 versions are all covered, including factory models, special editions, and motorsports models, as well as other special M3 related events and technologies.