Despite the damp weather, our British Columbia members managed to meet over the weekend at Belcarra Park in modest numbers. Check out their meet photos inside.
Jon Sadlier, an editor at Edmunds, has written this little piece on why he considers the BMW M3 a bargain even at $60k. His reasons seem to have struck a chord with actual M3 owners on M3post. Indeed, it appears that Mr. Sadlier “gets” why M3 owners are so passionate of their cars.
I cant speak French, but despite the language barrier, this video review does its job well and reaches across all languages IMO. The sounds and action footage does the job very well
Just a reminder, the upcoming 535i will be equiped with the new N55 single turbo twin scroll engine producing 300hp that has made its first appearance in the 535i Gran Turismo and will be seen across nearly the entire BMW lineup.
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Well, there is no end to the photoshops of the upcoming M5 that have been bubbling to the surface. The general notion is that the cars line will follow the E90/E92 M3 front bumper however it will be significantly more angular (think X5/X6 M) and obviously wider to fill out the larger 5-Series based body
We’ve updated with another photo and some larger and higher resolution photos of the M3 Frozen Black. What we know so far is that BMW plans to keep this finish very exclusive by offering only 27 units of this car worldwide. More details to come…
We bring you the most revealing photos yet of the next generation 6-series convertible (F13). Compared to the previous sightings, the car seen here reveals more details. For the first time we are seeing the front kidney grill outlines and outlines of the headlights and tail lights.
The F13 6-series will be a folding hardtop convertible (the cloth covering the hardtop is a decoy) and is expected to debut late this year for a possible premiere at the Geneva Autoshow in March 2011.
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Just a few updates. We’ve added a whole host of new high resolution wallpapers of the new X5 LCI which are in the typical BMW style of stunning photography in a stunning location with top notch lighting. In addition an all new video has been released on top of the ones from this weekend, which we have added to the thread as well. Check it out and enjoy!
The F20 1-series 5-door hatchback continues its winter cold weather testing in Arjeplog, a town in Northern Sweden. The new 5-door hatch 1-series is expected debut sometime next year.
With the LCI X5 photos released this weekend it was only a matter of days, or hours until the first photos of the M-Sport package were to arrive. Here is the first official photos straight from the BMW website. We are hoping some larger resolution pictures come out so we can further dissect the car, but as of now it just seems like the bumpers are fully painted and the stylistic details of the LCI are further massaged.