As of March 2014 a large selection of BMW M Performance parts will be available for all model variants of the Sports Activity Vehicle, giving the new BMW X5 an even more athletic look as it lines up at the start. Its powerful appearance can be further highlighted by means of a black decorative grid for the BMW kidney grille, a front splitter and exterior mirror caps in carbon, air ducting elements, a diffuser insert for the rear apron and side sill foils with M Performance inscription. For individual flair with a sporty touch in the cockpit, there is the BMW M Performance sports steering wheel with red central marking, gear lever with carbon surface, accelerator, brake pedal and driver footrest in high-grade steel … CONTINUED
Another limited edition 335i M Performance Edition model has been delivered to a Canadian member, this time in Laguna Seca Blue.
The 335i M Performance limited edition comes standard with:
Comes standard with:
20″ M Performance Alloy Wheels
Black Kidney Grilles
Front Diffuser (body color)
Rear Diffuser (body color)
M Side Skirts
M Power Kit
M Performance Exhaust
Individual Piano Black interior trim
Individual Exterior Paint – Laguna Seca Blue
Rear Lip Spoiler
First look at the production BMW M Performance Exhaust for the M5 and M6.
Introducing the first ever BMW M235i and 228i Coupe.
Inside you’ll find the official release information for the new BMW 2 Series Coupe (F22), with full specs, press release, photos and video.
The 2014 M235i and 228i have been priced in the U.S. starting at $44,025 and $33,025, respectively.
Even more photos have been posted of the BMW M235i coupe ahead of its official reveal on Friday (German time).
This time we get a glance at its interior as well as the rear design.
Deliveries of the Canadian limited edition “335i M Performance Edition” has begun arriving in Canada. Check out our first owner’s delivery.
Here’s the first sound clip for the 4 Series M Performance Parts exhaust system.
The newest catalog of M Performance Parts for the M5 and M6 has officially been announced and released.
In-depth expertise, a keen awareness of detail and meticulous fine-tuning work make all the difference on the racetrack – and now enable BMW factory driver Martin Tomczyk to experience that special racing feel on the road as well. At the German Touring Car Masters (DTM), Tomczyk drives the BMW M Performance Accessories M3 DTM, but is now out and about off the racetrack in a BMW M6 Gran Coupe. Also, as far as his new company car is concerned, the 2011 DTM champion from Rosenheim has left nothing to chance and with the precision of a professional racing driver has adapted the high-performance sports car developed by … CONTINUED