The M3 Tiger Edition official website is now online. The feature is a short film which builds a ton of suspense, but is a bit anticlimactic. Nevertheless, it’s fun seeing BMW models being built up in this way.
Sure, the Top Gear hosts are entertaining as hell, but nobody drives like Tiff Needell of the rival show Fifth Gear. Watch him flog the M3 around the Thruxton Motorsport Centre track while commenting as if it required little effort from him to handle the car at up to 140mph!
These are the first professional M3 Tiger Edition photos we have seen. These professionally shot photos of the M3 Tiger Edition feature a set of professional dancers showcasing the M3 Tiger. And yes, you can spot the tiger headrest emblem.
Truth be told, the matte paint look has begun to lose its luster with us (pun intended). Maybe it’s the rarely seen stripe on a BMW or maybe it’s just the great photography, but whatever it is, this unique matte black M3 has managed catch out attention.
This Mototrend matchup shows just how far the Mustang GT has come and how impressive the 2011 5.0 model is. This comparison would have been a joke just a few years ago, and you may be be surprised by the results. M3 still wins, but not by as much as BMW fans would naturally guess (or like).
Mineral White Metallic is now available for the 2011 3-series coupe and M3 coupe and these are the first photos we’ve seen. Belonging to an M3POST member, this mineral white M3 shows off the new paint finish nicely. See inside for full set of images.
The full Arkym aero kit for the E92 M3 has been released, and featured on M3POST member Johnny Lin’s M3. Parts include the Arkym hood, front lip, rear diffuser, and trunk lid. Full set of photos inside.
The Sept. issue of Sport Auto has hit the stands today and contains several tests of the M3 GTS, including laps on the Nurburgring and Hockenheim tracks. The best time they were able to achieve with the M3 GTS was 7:48 on the Nurburgring and 1:12.5 at Hockenheim. See inside for how these times fared to the competition.
The ever growing M Club of China celebrated its 1 year anniversary with a cruise and meet. The full day event started with a group cruise, then came the meet at a Shanghai park, followed by paintballing in the afternoon, and some partying at night. Lunch and dinner was sponsored by local BMW dealers.