The World Car of the Year final three nominees for each category have been announced at the Geneva auto show. The winners will be revealed at the NY auto show next month.
The Top Three in the World finalists in the 5 award categories are as follows, and the BMW M3/M4 and i8 remain in the running.
BMW Canada has announced a limited run of Individual Launch Spec M3 and M4 models, as well as a 6 day M European Delivery trip, just like the one they arranged last year.
Another F80 M3 European Delivery journal, this time of a Silverstone M3.
First looks at the F80 M3 in Individual Grigio Telesto, a factory Lamborghini color.
This F80 M3 gets a gorgeous satin white vinyl makeover.
Enjoy a morning serving of E30 M3 sunrise.
Carlos Lago geeks out on the F80 M3 and F82 M4 — for over an hour!
If you haven’t gotten enough of the M3 and M4, this is the material for you!
Great 6 month M4 owner review by Nick Murray.
Chris Harris reviews the Lexus RC-F at the Monticello track and benchmarks it against the F80 M3 and F82 M4. See how they compare inside.
EAS weighs the F80 M3 / F82 M4 M Performance Exhaust system and compares its weight against the OEM factory exhaust and Akrapovic exhaust.
The World Car of the Year awards’ initial finalists for each of five categories have been announced and several BMW models are up for multiple categories.
The judging is performed by 75 automotive journalists and each candidate (car) for the award must be new and available for sale on at least two continents during the time period between January 1, 2014 and May 31, 2015.
Three finalists for each category will be named at the Geneva show next month and the winners will then be revealed … CONTINUED
Top Gear (Jeremy Clarkson) reviews both the BMW i8 and F80 M3, independently and compared to the other.
Which does he prefer at the end of the day? See inside!
A truly bespoke Individual BMW F80 M3, insider and out, featuring a Fashion Grey exterior with a Fjord Blue / Silverstone two-toned interior.
Duel Pursuits: a photoshoot and showcase by PSI of their shop/project F80 M3 vs F82 M4.
Part 2 of the interview regarding the development of the new M3/M4, with two central members of the development team, product manager Christoph Smieskol and project manager Michael Wimbeck.
Bet you didn’t know that the S65 V8 from the E90/E92 M3 was the basis for so many racing engines.
An interview about the development of the new BMW M3 and M4 with two central members of the development team, product manager Christoph Smieskol and project manager Michael Wimbeck. Over the course of our interview, they gave us first-hand information about the latest high-performance M cars and how they have made their way onto our roads.
Here is the companion video to our F80 M3 / F82 M4 review, taken at the press launch last year at the Road America track. See inside for the video review, as well as the full article review.