Here are some great photos and video of the BMW X6 decked out with Performance Parts, including performance power kit, sport exhaust system, front bumper, side-sills, rear bumper insert, rear spoiler, rear fins, 21″ wheels.
BMW is not expecting to earn any profits with its first generation electric vehicles, such as the upcoming Megacity Vehicle, until possibly the second product cycle. BMW’s conventional drive cars will subsidize the company’s foray into electrical cars.
We bring you the 2011 BMW X3 Price and Ordering Guide, breaking down all available packages and options along with their US retail pricing for the X3 xDrive28i and xDrive35i. Download guide inside.
The X1 with M-sport package has been spotted during testing again, this time showing the 18″ M-sport wheel option. The BMW X1 M-sport will be officially announced soon according to insiders.
Car and Driver speculates that BMW may begin using the 2-series moniker as soon as the front wheel drive 1-series arrives. C&D points to the fact that several 2-series trademarks were registered just this month and an M2 trademark back in June. They further speculate that the future FWD BMWs will take on the 1-series name, while the RWD entry level coupes and convertibles will be badged the 2-series.
The production F10 M5 rear design has finally been spotted! Seen here is a Monte Carlo Blue F10 M5 at M headquarters in Garching, Germany. The F10 front bumper has mostly previously been revealed.
The latest scoop photo of the 1-series M coupe shows several previously unseen elements on the 1M coupe – the production M3 mirrors, the duckbill spoiler, and peeks of the LCI headlights and tail lights. Oh, and there’s also a little ole F10 M5 in the photo.
Here’s a new rumor out of The Roundel – instead of producing an F30 M3 sedan for the next generation of M3s, BMW will produce a Gran Turismo model in its place, based on the future standard 3-series GT. We’re not sure how valid this rumor is yet, however.
Autospies provides a video walkthrough of the 2011 BMW X3 exterior and interior, as well as a brief demo of the Connected Drive and Mobile Office features.
This year marks 25 years of BMW all-wheel-drive, which first debuted in the the 1985 3-series. One in four BMW cars sold around the world is now equipped with xDrive. In addition, the number of cars from other model series specified with all-wheel drive is steadily rising. BMW currently offers 45 models in which xDrive provides variable distribution of drive between the front and rear wheels. These models extend all the way from the BMW X models via the BMW 3 Series and BMW 5 … CONTINUED