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Many sites are making broad proclamations of the M1′s life or death based on assumptions and statements from BMW contacts. Here, moderator southlight takes a closer look and breaks down the factors which backup both the believers and non-believers of the M1.

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C&D stacks the BMW 328i convertible up against its 4-seat convertible rivals – the Audi A5, Infiniti G37, and the Lexus IS350C. Despite having the least power of the bunch, the 328i still manages to come out on top, a testament to the car’s BMW driving dynamic and overall feel.

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With word that the BMW M5 will come in an F11 touring flavor as well, Artist and BMW fan Jon Sibal has come up with an amazing photoshop of what the F11 M5 may look like. He has in the past conceptualized an F10 M5 Sedan, take a look below!

Source: http://jonsibal.com/blog/2010/03/bmw-f11-m5-touring/

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On Tues. March 16th, Bimmerpost was represented by member vgame64 in interviewing the manager of BMW Performance: Eric Riehle. Beyond the interview, vgame64 also tested out a BMW Performance 335i. Check out the videos of the first parts of the Q&A session inside.

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Edmunds recently took the sDrive35is out for a spin and give us their impressions:

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The 2010 BMW Z4 sDrive35is wants to take its place next to the Audi TT-RS, Mercedes-Benz SLK and Porsche Boxster S/Cayman S, and it has some visual snap to show it.

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French publication Automobile Magazine has just published these new renderings on what a possible next generation F30 3-Series could look like. While my first gut instinct when looking at these was that they took the concept 5-Series GT Clay Models very sleek front end design and applied it to the future 3-Series I have to say the result does work. The details are still a bit to concept-ish and aggressive for a production 3-series, but the general underlying theme does flow quite nice and … CONTINUED

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An ASR tuned 135i coupe recently achieved a very impressive 178.7 mph trap speed in a standing quarter mile competition. The run was made at the Top Gun Run in Florida. For comparison, a GT-R with full bolt-ons ran 174mph. Check out the video of the run inside.

Drive.com.au reviews the BMW X1

03/17/2010 at 8:00 PM
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Drive.com.au reviews the BMW X1 and calls it possibly the stand-out car the compact 4WD market has been crying out for.

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BMW CEO Norbert Reithofer has once again confirmed at BMW’s annual financial results press conference today that “there will be front wheel drive BMWs in the smaller vehicle classes in the future.” New FWD and AWD drivetrains are in the works and will be used in a new range of smaller entry level BMW cars and Mini cars. The new FWD models will slot in under the entry-premium 1-series models, which will keep their RWD architecture.

BMW Annual Press Conference 2010

03/17/2010 at 10:00 AM
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Below is a transcription of Dr. Norbert Reithofer, Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW AGs Speech at the 2010 Annual BMW Report. Dr. Reithofer discusses all the topics in front of BMW right now including the future of efficientdynamics and the future project-i megacity vehicle

Slides Accompanying Dr. Reithofers speech: Attachment 359958

BMW Group 2009 Annual Report: http://www.bimmerpost.com/goodiesfor…upGB2009EN.pdf

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As part of the deluge of financial information released by BMW today, they have put out a positive outlook on 2010. BMW believes it retain its place as the worlds leading premium car maker by selling over 1.3million cars in 2010, which would represent a single digit percentage growth year over year.

To date all 3 of BMWs major segments, cars motorcycles and financials have seen positive earnings. But more importantly, BMW points to the all new 5-Series, which … CONTINUED

BMW creating greener factories

03/17/2010 at 1:33 AM
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BMW is not only making its vehicles more and more environmentally friendly, but its factories as well. One example is the new differential assembly facility at the Dingolfing plant which has been optimized to lower the production costs for every differential unit by about 20 percent when the facility begins operation in mid-2011. From this alone, the building’s energy usage will be 25% below the German government’s recommended standard.