Here’s another account posted by one of our members of the BMW M Power experience featuring the 2012 F10 M5 being held currently at the Ascari track and a resort in Spain.
Eugene provides his opinion on the F10 M5 driving experience versus the E90/E92 M3. He’s also posted some photos as well as some video from the entire experience. Check it out inside.
Top Gear online reviews the new F20 1 series and comes away impressed with BMW’s newest hatchback. In sum, they felt that “the 120d is one of the most energetic diesels I’ve ever driven, its auto ‘box is terrific, and it’s so clean I’d dearly like to drive it into eco-man George Monbiot’s Toyota Prius.”
Racing game fanatics will soon have an extra item for their Christmas lists. Fanatec, a German company specializing in input devices for serious gamers, has revealed their BMW M3 GT2 Clubsport steering wheel. What’s so special about this steering wheel? It’s a dual-use actual steering wheel that is not only a gaming wheel but also genuine steering wheel.
This 350mm steering wheel is compatible with Fanatec’s Clubsport base for the Sony PS3 and the PC. At the heart of the base is a quick release system which allows the wheel to be installed and removed instantly.
Fanatec showed off this unique steering wheel at the 25th anniversary celebration of the BMW Regensburg plant. Dirk Adorf, a touring car champ, demonstrated by using the wheel in a BMW 320si … CONTINUED
The BMW Group is investing half a billion euros in building the new BMW 3 Series at the Munich plant, where series production launches today.
“The BMW 3 Series is the most important volume-produced model from the BMW Group as well as the biggest-selling model in the entire premium segment. To ensure that the sixth generation of the BMW 3 Series likewise leaves the factory in flawless quality, we have invested around 500 million euros in our Munich home plant. And that means safeguarding 9,000 workplaces,” said Frank-Peter Arndt, Member of the BMW AG Board of Management responsible for production, in Munich on Friday.
As series production of the new BMW 3 Series Sedan got under way, Christian Ude, Mayor of Munich, along with Manfred Schoch, Chairman of … CONTINUED
iND continues to push the M3 project tuning benchmark higher with their latest build - the Green Hell Portfolio Project M3. IND’s Green Hell Portfolio Project car was first conceived as a concept immediately following their amazing journey to the home of all European motorsport and BMW’s own home country, Germany. Their yearly pilgrimage to the promised land served as fuel to inspire the original Green Hell project, a car that was built as homage to all things racing and the Nurburgring in particular.
Check out this amazing new M3 build inside, with all the gorgeous eye candy we’ve come to expect from iND!
BMW Head-Up Display: Precision as featured in a fighter jet. This system was initially developed for aviation and is now making a decisive contribution towards driving safety.
Low-flying over hilly terrain at a speed of almost 800 kilometres per hour in the cockpit of a Eurofighter jet is a challenge to even the most hardened of military pilots. “When you’re flying at tree-top height at around 220 metres a second, only extremely accurate head-up display technology is able to provide the necessary ease of mind,” comments Wing Commander Robert Hierl, test pilot at the Technical and Airworthiness Centre for Aircraft.
By means of a front panel projector, all flight-relevant data supplied by the flight management system as well as information and signals crucial to a mission are … CONTINUED
Audi has just pulled the wraps off its facelifted A4 and S4 models (B8). This calls for another photo comparison thread comparing the 2012 3 series sedan against the 2012 A4/S4. Both the F30 and the facelifted A/S4 will hit showroom floors next spring.
What’s seen below is a comparison of the F30 M Sport against the Audi S4 facelift, followed by a Sports Line F30 versus the standard A4 facelift. Color us biased, but visually, neither the A4 nor the S4 have anything on the F30 models.
Production form F30 3 series sedans have now hit the streets in force and we bring you the first look at a base F30 3 series. The F30 3 series models revealed at the reveal event two weeks ago were all examples of the upcoming F30 lines - Sport Line, Modern Line, and Luxury Line.
On the exterior, the blue F30 shows that a base trim model will differ from the “Line” models mostly in the lack of any extra front bumper adornments. This is also the first look at the all new Liquid Blue color on an F30. Liquid Blue will be available from March 2012.
Also posted below are photos of a Havana Metallic F30 Modern Line model.
The F30 officially comes to market in February 2012.
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