WHAT CAR? Magazine has gotten some alone time with a stunning new 640i SE Cabriolet and brought along some readers to get their opinions on the new vehicle and at the same time offer some stunning visual shots of the car in HD video. Worth the watch!
We’ve confirmed the new turbo I4 is a single turbo twin-scroll setup, running at 17.4 PSI max, and tops out at 7000 RPM redline. See the full details of the Twinpower turbo 4-cylinder inside.
G-Power, builder of some monster BMWs, has announced its plans to spec up the already lethal M3 GTS over 600hp through the use of its G-POWER’s SK II CS supercharger system. They will be working with a total of three M3 GTS, quite impressive considering only 220 M3 GTS are available.
Two Chinese electronic tinkerers and coders teamed with Nokia Asia to turn a 1-series hatchback into their very own remote control car using a Nokia C7 smartphone. The team claims that it only took them 20 days to accomplish this feat. Check out this fun video inside.
Yesterday, BMW kicked off the international press event for the new 6-Series Cabrio (F12) in South Africa. These press days aren’t meant to introduce any new facts and figures (we’ve already extensively covered the car in all its gory detail here), but rather gives members of the press some hands on time with the car in order to go back home and write their first drive reviews. BMW did however release a set of new pictures that we thought should be shared.
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Although the BMW Z2 Roadster and Z2 Coupe are not expected to debut until 2013, we should begin to see and hear more news and renderings in 2011, like this latest one from Carmagazine UK. The Z2 has been designed at Designworks and will be based on the next generation F20 1-series platform. BMW’s design philosophy is to keep the car lighweight, dynamic, and sporty by using a high strength steel body with aluminum doors and front bonnet. Based on earlier rumors, the target weight for … CONTINUED
A new BMW concept vehicle from BMW ConnectedDrive is being previewed at the just launched ConnectedDrive Futurelab website, which previews future BMW ConnectedDrive technologies.
This ConnectedDrive concept car (link to video) appears to be a one or two seater open-top vehicle and is described as an extraordinary concept vehicle concept, which will once again revolutionize driving in terms of comfort, infotainment and safety. No doubt this is a concept car which will be used all of BMW’s brightest future ConnectedDrive technologies.
Here is the face to the new FWD BMW Compact. The new F20 BMW 1-series Coupe and Cabrio will get something similiar which takes the car back to it’s 2002 origins. The single light is accomodated by three LED bars at the side of the main unit for increased illumination.
BMW’s evolved from single headlights to two. The design in real life , actually works quite well and gives the car a very unique identity.
To preview the launch of BMW’s new BMWActivateTheFuture.com website on February 1, 2011, BMW has released this trailer for their new BMW Documentaries series “Activate the Future”, a series of four films which will feature various concepts of future travel from the past and present – including jet packs, flying cars, space travel, and future of mobility (which should feature BMW’s own philosophy behind future automotive travel, including the electric car). View the trailer inside.
Only 20 days after its world debut at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the new BMW 1 Series M Coupe will appear at the Daytona International Speedway as official pace car alongside the legendary BMW M3 for the 49thRolex 24 at Daytona, January 28th-30th. The 1 Series M Coupe’s arrival at Daytona is one of few special opportunities for fans to see BMW’s newest M model before it goes on sale in May.
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