Another new and well done BMW X5M review has made its way onto the internet, this time by way of the guys over @ Autoblog.com. And reading this really well done review, it becomes obvious they had a hell of a time behind the wheel of this beautiful Monte Carlo Blue Metallic example.
Here are a few select quotes, but as always make sure to follow the link and read the entire article and see all the photos
BMWNA has announced the availability of 3 BMW performance carbon fiber M3 aerodynamic parts at authorized BMW parts dealers – rear deck lid spoiler, mirror caps, and front splitters. Every part is functional, based wind tunnel testing, and serve to reduce lift and minimize drag.
BMW AG has been named the automaker which European suppliers most want to do business with, rising 4 spots from the same survey last year, and replacing Toyota at the top spot.
This is an amazing wind tunnel test by Sport Auto, including the M3 and 335. Ever wonder if the M3′s special aero design is actually for show or go? Data would indicate that the aerodynamic improvements on the M3 are actually quite significant.
This morning brings us a really well written and honest review of the X5 M, I wont say much more to ruin the article and let you read it for yourself to be the judge, but here is a select quote from BimmerFiles well written review of the X5 M
This article was suppose to be a thrashing of the X5 M as an overweight … CONTINUED
Comparing these photoshops of the upcoming BMW X3 to the large amount of available spy shots (and officially released "spyshots") of the car, these photoshops done by AutoZeitung and a French Car Magazine, seem to be an almost 99% accurate depiction of the real car. We shall of course find out as not only all the real photos but also all the fine details of the next generation F25 BMW X3 is said to be released in the month of July……
Autoblog recently revisited the 2010 335i E90 sedan. So it’s not the latest 335i, but the reviewer feels the 2010 335i really deserves wave after wave of gushing prose in reviews and no doubt remains the benchmark of mid-sized sedans. And this isn’t just the BMW-koolaid talking.
A luxury car? Yes. Land yacht? No.
This sums up the car very well and is from this new video review of the range topper 750i Li xDrive (400hp twin-turbo V8) conducted by drivencarreviews.com.
Insideline has driven the 740i and comes away with a very positive impression. They call the car “just right” and is a pure BMW in the best way possible, by combining efficiency, luxury and technology without sacrificing the driving dynamics for which BMW is so renowned.
Following spy pics of the next generation BMW X3 is getting tiring now that we know basicly what the car looks like. We are all ready to see the real deal, even more so that we believe this car will be a segment leader with the new upgrades. These photos by PalBay bring some closeup and some interesting angles…they just might be the last spy pics prior to the reveal.Hopefully it wont be long before I can post up some "Full Monty" real … CONTINUED
We have some major artistic talent on our site and we love to feature their talents whenever possible, whether it’s photoshops by Gerald Alvarez (Alpine325ci) or in this case stunning photos by jzhang (John).
We bring you the worlds first peek at the upcoming F12 M6 coupe! The telltale sign here are the quad exhausts. This prototype appears to wear camoflage body panels and the front bumper is that from the standard F12/F13 that weve seen. However, the wheels appear to be upgraded 19" versions with some beautiful high concavity.
The F12 M6 will share the same engine as the upcoming F10 M5 – the turbocharged 8 cylinder motor from the X5 … CONTINUED