Here comes the new BMW 5 Series. This has got to be the most hotly anticipated new BMW in recent memory. While the current E60 5 Series was a bit of a polarizing car, the BMW top brass has promised this car to be the most beautiful BMW is recent history. What does that mean exactly? The car will likely appeal to all the senses and not carry any distracting or ostentatious design cues that some recent BMWs have had in order to get attention.
The svelte design will be mated to BMWs current generation of engines including the increasing proliferation of turbo technology. The interior has been seen as closely mirroring what is on the … CONTINUED
We’ve added new high resolution wallpapers to the M3 GTS gallery thread. Just scroll down to the bottom of the first post and click on the thumbnails to see the full wallpaper sized images
Latest details on the 2011 F10 M5, including debut date, V8 turbo engine, transmission, suspension, aerodynamics, and appearance.
The M3 GTS (formerly rumored as the GT4 Street) is now an official car. This car is beyond badass; the aero addons and custom paint job underline that fact. Click through and read on about this car, browse the photos and make sure to watch the video to really get the full experience. After all that, start praying that something changes and BMW M brings this car to the USA.
Here’s the world’s first look at the 2012 BMW 3-series (F30 / F35)! We didn’t expect test mules this early, but let the strip tease begin!
An ///M model 1-series below the M3 is possibly coming, according to M division sources. It will be based on the next gen 1-series will be designed to introduce younger customers to new M cars
As many of you may know, this past weeks F1 race in the UAE marked the end of BMWs generation long stint in F1 racing. In order to commerorate the good times, the BMW Sauber F1 YouTube channel has put up this video for all of us fans to enjoy.
Heres to the good times..!
Most revealing spy photos of the F10 5-series yet, including closeups of the exact shape of the headlights.
German carmaker BMW AG said Tuesday its net income fell 74 percent in the third quarter as it continued to be affected by the global economic downturn.
BMW, the world’s biggest luxury car company by sales, said net income for the period amounted to euro78 million ($115 million), down from euro298 million in the July-September period of 2008.
BMW’s share price slid 7.1 percent to euro31.20 in Frankfurt after the earnings announcement as net income came in well below the consensus estimate of around euro150 million.
The Munich-based company said it delivered 7.2 percent fewer cars during the July-September period and that its revenue fell 6.6 percent to euro11.8 billion from euro12.6 billion in the July-September period of 2008.
“Although there are some emerging signs that the lowest point of … CONTINUED