The BMW M4 Coupe (F82) debuts tomorrow at the 2014 Detroit NAIAS autos how, but it’s already been spotted driving around the streets of downtown Detroit, in the exact color it will debut in – Austin Yellow.
Check out how the production M4 looks in public, fully revealed!
We just paid a visit to one of our favorite places in München: BMW’s Niederlassung München Hauptbetrieb. It’s just up the street from the Welt and they always have some of the best Individual program cars on display there. Have a look for yourself.
This time, we’ve spotted, among others, BMW Individual colors of Sunburst Gold Metallic, Tramonto Bordeaux Metallic, Purple Silk Metallic.
The U.S. configurator for the 2014 BMW i3 is now officially launched.
Tokyo Auto Salon 2014, the major Japanese tuner/aftermarket show, is currently underway in Tokyo and we are there to bring you the BMW models on display!
The F30/F32 3 Series and 4 Series dominate this year’s array of BMWs, but there are still plenty of M3, M5, 5 Series, Z4 and E90/E92 3 Series being trotted out by major tuners.
Enjoy the views!
Hagerty, a leading insurance provider for classic vehicles, has named the F10 M5 as a future classic. They have this to say about the F10 M5:
“A performance-oriented sedan with an old school manual transmission is quickly becoming an extinct species. While more drivers shun the thought of using three pedals, we applaud BMW for keeping this option alive in this segment.”
What Car? has released its Car of the Year 2014 awards and two BMWs have been named winners – the 435i Coupe and the BMW i3.
The BMW 435i topped the Seat Leon SC and Audi TT What Car?’s Coupes category.
What Car? has released its Car of the Year 2014 awards and two BMWs have been named winners – the BMW i3 and 435i Coupe.
The BMW i3 beat out the Renault Zoe and Tesla Model S in What Car?’s Green Cars category.
Even more footage of the self driving and drifting M235i coupe.
Check out some photos of the first F32 4 Series 435i lowered on KW V2 coilovers, and riding on 20″ forged wheels.
The upcoming F80 M3 and F82 M4 will be the first production BMWs to feature a carbon fiber (CFRP) driveshaft for lighter weight and reduction in rotating mass, which which in turn results in more dynamic powertrain response.
The properties of the extremely light yet impressively durable material CFRP have allowed the engineers to follow a fundamentally new approach in the manufacture of the drive shaft. Made from CFRP, this component feeds the engine