We previously reported on the first E92 coupe Formula Drift car build by Michael Essa of Tech Trix Motorsports, powered by the BMW V10 from the E60 M5. Here is now some footage on the car at its inaugural event which began with some good drift runs, but unfortunately ended in a crash. Details inside.
The 2012 F31 3-series touring has been spotted! The picture comes from the Autocar magazine. The F31 BMW 3 series Touring is expected to follow after the Geneva 2012 launch of the F30 3-series sedan by possibly following the route taken with the 5er Touring (F11) And debuting in it’s home market, Germany @ Leipzig a month later. The 3-series sedan debuts in November 2011. The 3er Touring (F31) will also follow the same pattern as the (F11) and not be introduced in North America.
Those new to N54 engine tuning or who can’t keep up with the fast evolving world of N54 tuning finally have a resource guide to turn to. An E90post member has compiled this N54 Tune Comparison Chart explaining the various tuning options in great detail. It will also be updated and revised as new features come out. Bookmark this folks!
The first reported 335is delivery has been posted on E90post! Lucky member j330xi just brought home a beautiful blue E93 335is convertible with its stunning saddle interior. Such a happy occassion requires pics of course, so see inside.
We recently published a great review from E90post member Kamando of his 335d M-sport as a highway cruiser. There was however a more important question he had yet to answer: Can the 335d possibly be any fun to drive on the Nürburgring? His answer is a resounding “Hell Yes!” Review inside.
The BMW 335is coupe and convertible are now up on the BMWUSA website and available for configuration. Head on over and spec out your own 335is.
Here’s the latest F30 3-series sedan rendering by Auto Motor und Sport. Expected to debut in two years (2012), but buzz surrounding the BMW F30 is that it will be a revolutionary (rather than evolutionary) change from the E90.
BMW web site has been updated, but for now…not every feature is available is yet, but try it out and keep checking for updates. http://www.bmwusa.com/default.aspx
Here’s an interesting one. In response to Toyota’s unintended acceleration debacle, BMW engineers decided to calculate the equivalent horsepower of a 3-series’ brakes: roughly 2,500 HP. Why did they undertake this purely academic calculation? See inside.