While we are all familiar with the upcoming M3, we haven’t really gotten too many looks at the F80 in colors aside from Yas Marina Blue and Austin Yellow.
BMWUSA has given us the treat of the car in the sure to be popular Silverstone II. The 2014 New York Autoshow lighting makes it look downright sinister.
While we all wait anxiously for the BMW M3 and M4 to hit the showrooms, BMWUSA has been kind enough to indulge us with some additional colors to look at. The car is absolutly sinister is Black Sapphire Metallic!
Making its U.S. debut a the 2014 New York Auto Show is the 4-Series Gran Coupe. The now familiar Gran Coupe moniker means this is a 4-door sedan but with a sloping coupe like silhouette.
This is the first time BMW has attempted this formula in the small/mid-size luxury sedan format, but it does come across pretty nicely.
Prices in the U.S. will start at a base MSRP of:
$41,225, including $925 Destination & Handling for the 428i Gran Coupe,
$43,225, including Destination & Handling, for the … CONTINUED
The new BMW X4 Sports Activity Coupe (SAC) bows its head for the first time in public at the New York Autoshow. Based on the current X3, the new X4 comes in at $45,625 and will be offered in the familiar 240HP 2.0L 4-cylinder N20, dubbed the xDrive28i and the Turbocharged 3.0L 6-cylinder xDrive35i ($48,925).
The X4 starts production this summer at BMW’s Spartanburg South Carolina plant. Expect to see the X4 dueling it out with the upcoming Porsche Macan!
Welcome the all new 2015 BMW M4 Convertible.
The highlight for BMW at the New York Autoshow has to be the M4 Convertible. The car shares the same drivetrain and dimensions as the M4 Coupe, but ditches its fixed top for a retractable hard top and weighing in at around 3900lbs.
BMW has confirmed that the car will arrive to U.S. showrooms during the summer of 2014 and will be priced nicely at $73,425 (including Destination & Handling).
The all-new BMW X4 Sports Activity Coupe as well as the BMW M4 Convertible make their world debuts at the 2014 New York International Auto Show. North American debuts include the all-new BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe as well as the BMW ALPINA B6 xDrive Gran Coupe. Also making its North American debut will be the updated 2015 BMW X3 Sports Activity Vehicle which will include the X3 xDrive28d, the first BMW Advanced Diesel X3 model for the US. The BMW Concept X5 eDrive … CONTINUED
With several Asian and Chinese premieres, BMW is using this year’s Beijing International Automotive Exhibition from 20 to 29 April 2014 to present an array of compelling production models which are geared to meeting present-day customer requirements and in some cases usher in all-new market segments.
BMW 7 Series Horse Edition: exclusive, luxurious, distinctive.
The luxurious and dynamic BMW 7 Series Horse Edition makes its appearance on the Chinese market in the newly welcomed Year of the Horse. The long-wheelbase version of this luxury Sedan comes … CONTINUED
Catch our coverage from the 2014 Techno Classica Essen.
There is a reason why I LOVE attending the Techno Classic in Essen… it’s all the cool classic cars! Yup, the quality of the cars on display here and that fact that all the major German car makers are here – at the factory level, makes this show a MUST SEE event each year. It’s the worlds largest classic car show(so says Siha, the organizers) held in Europe. I believe it. I always have … CONTINUED
Photo gallery of the all new M3 and M4 at the 2014 Vancouver International Autoshow.
The F80 M3 is featured in Austin Yellow and the F82 M4 in Yas Marina Blue.
Photo gallery of the BMW i8 and i3 at the 2014 Vancouver International Autoshow.
The F80 M3 and F82 M4 are making their appearance at the 2014 Vancouver International Autoshow.
The two cars on the floor are a Yas Marina Blue M4 and an Austin Yellow M3.
I was able to walk the floor of the Geneva auto show during set-up day prior to the official press days. I was amazed that the official opening was just the next day as there was lots of work to do at most of the stands! I was shocked. In typical (German) fashion all the German car maker stands were finished. Some of the “other” stands did not even have any cars there. It was very interesting to walk around and see who was … CONTINUED