The 2 Series Convertible (F23) is coming at the beginning of 2015 and we’ve got photos of a M235i convertible in nearly fully uncovered form. The F23 convertible features a cloth folding top.
The US market will receive 228i, 228xi and M235i convertible models. Production of demo/dealer models will begin this November and customer cars begin production in January 2015 (per the 2015 model year schedule).
Here are the 2015 model year pricing and ordering guides for the M235i and 228i coupes. Pricing remains the same as the 2014 model year, while xDrive models have been added.
As a college student on a tight budget, Mike was tired of dumping time and money into repairs for his 1965 Ford Mustang. One day, then, he traipsed down to the local used car lot to have a look at a Datsun B210 he’d seen for sale. The Datsun was a fine little car, but on the same lot sat a red BMW 2002. Out of curiosity more than anything else, Mike took it for a test drive. That was all it took for … CONTINUED
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The U.S. pricing and ordering guides for the 2015 4 Series models have been released. Pricing has been raised $100 on all 4 Series coupe models. Convertible models retain the same pricing as 2014 models.
Production of the U.S. 2015 model year 4 Series coupe and convertibles begin in July 2014. Gran coupe models began production in March, except the 435i xDrive Gran Coupe which begins production in July 2014 (see schedule).
The U.S. pricing and ordering guides for the 2015 3 Series models have been released. Prices for all models have increased by $300 (except for the ActiveHybrid 3 which sees a $200 increase).
Production of the U.S. 2015 model year 3 Series models begin in July 2014 (see schedule).
BMW explains that the F80 M3 and F82 M4 Active Sound Design is responsible for only 2-3% of the sounds you hear in the interior cabin.
Check out this Black Sapphire F80 M3 sedan with BMW Individual with Amaro Brown leather interior and Plane Auburn Dark wood trim.
In this video Deon Joubert tests the M235i at the Killarney track.
The next generation X6 M (F86) continues testing at the Nurburgring and has dropped a bit of camouflage.
The F85 X5 M has been spotted in testing since late 2012, and now it’s time for the F86 X6 M to hit the test circuit.
It’s not difficult to identify this next generation X6 M as it bears the tell-tale M model signs – huge front air intakes, more aggressive sideskirts and rear diffuser, blue M brakes, and cross drilled rotors (the first for any X6 … CONTINUED