Here are the first photos of an F10 5-series sedan right alongside the F11 5-series touring. As one can see, besides the difference in roofline and the rear design, the F11 touring retains the F10s beautiful lines and design features.
What you are seeing here is the clearest teaser yet of the BMW M1 concept which is widely speculated to be making its debut at the 2010 Geneva auto show in just over a week’s time. Wide rear fenders appear on the M1 concept, as well what could be a vent or diffuser behind the rear fenders.
As of the end of last year, BMW Motorsport made available the BMW Z4 GT3 (powered by the M3′s V8) to private teams. Seen here in photos by Jon Sibal is the first E89 Z4 GT3 to be fielded by a race team —
Schubert Motorsport. The stunning Z4 racer is doing runs at the Paul Ricard High Test Track in France.
Members from the Shanghai M Club gathered for a meet and track day earlier this month. Check out the groupshots of M3′s spanning the entire width of the highways and the video of their track experience!
The new 5-series touring (F11) model will make its world debut at the 2010 Auto Mobil International (AMI) being held on April 10, 2010 in Leipzig, Germany. Germany is traditionally the biggest market for the 5-series wagon so it’s natural that the F11 make its debut in Leipzig. The F11 touring is not expected to be available in the U.S. market however.
Many of you may not know this, but BMW will be the exclusive automotive sponsor for the 2012 London Summer Olympics. As such, BMW will provide 4,000+ of its cars to transport athletes, officials, media, organizing committee members and other VIPs throughout the Olympics. The London Organizing Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) set targets for CO2 emissions
Today, the BMW Rahal Letterman Racing Team began the 2010 American Le Mans season with a new livery on both BMW M3 racing cars, helping to tell BMW’s worldwide Story of Joy. The 2010 BMW M3 GT debuted at the traditional pre-season ALMS Winter Test in Sebring, Florida. The new livery features words and phrases emblematic of the spirit of the campaign, which was launched in North America on February 12th during coverage of the Opening Ceremony of the XXI Winter Olympic Games.
This weekend featured a meet held at LTBMW’s new shop where some of SoCal’s most modded BMWs showed up for some good company, food, and music. Check out the great photos by Jzhang.
We bring you these newest spy photos of upcoming 2011 BMW X3 (F25) spotted for the first time with only tape camouflage. The car is now more fully revealed as we can clearly see the front bumper design, grills, and headlamp shape, as well as the profile shape, side windows, and rear tail light shape. Overall, it appears to be an improvement in looks over the current outgoing X3 model.
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BMW has finally announced some more news regarding its Megacity Vehicle (aka Isetta) being developed under its project i program. The BMW sub-brand Isetta will produce high efficiency electric vehicles and is expected to come to market by at least 2015. Here is the press release:
Here is yet another review of the 5-series to add to our growing list. This video is in dutch but they have been thoughtful enough to subtitle it in English for the rest of us. Take a look below and enjoy..
With all this recent buzz around the introduction of the new M1 (based off the 1-series) and the new M5, it’s interesting to revisit what would have been one of the most unique M-cars ever — the stillborn BMW M8. While the M8 never made it to production, the 850CSi was massaged by the hands of the M-division.