Fabspeed introduces their M3 and M4 valvetronic exhaust system.
goldRush Rally Send Off + HRE Performance Open House gallery, including plenty of F80 M3 and F82 M4 images.
Oops! The BMW Austria website has accidentally revealed certain images and details of the upcoming BMW G11 / G12 7 Series.
First installation of a full Fall Line suspension system (including coilovers) on a F8x M3 / M4.
Words by IND:
As many of you know, IND has been cooperating with the engineers at Fall Line Motorsport to analyze and improve the F8x M cars’ already potent suspension. For those who need to catch up, our various discussions have been covered in these threads:
An announcement of our newest project with Fall Line
An introduction to our suspension plans, and available components.
After months of tireless analysis, testing, … CONTINUED
Great E89 Z4 widebody build (and story) by a BIMMERPOST member.
Spare wheels are usually an afterthought, but this has to be the coolest one we’ve seen – built from an actual BBS LM wheel!
Ongoing gallery showing the various styles and fitments of HRE wheels on the F80 M3 and F82 M4.
Our first i8 owner taking BMW Performance Center Delivery in Spartanburg, SC!
What we previously thought could be an early next generation M5 prototype is instead a G30 5 Series eDrive prototype. While the mention of anything hybrid may not get your enthusiast heart racing, this particular model just may change that… *if* it receives the same hybrid “power eDrive” powerplant that was recently previewed in a 5 Series GT prototype by BMW to the press.
Here’s some enticing details of the Power eDrive system from the 5 Series GT eDrive prototype:
The Power eDrive system featured new … CONTINUED
In depth review of the F80 M3 vs the Mercedes Benz C63S AMG, by Mode Carbon.
BMW was one of the first carmakers to understand the importance of connectivity between cars, drivers and their surroundings, and with BMW ConnectedDrive it has gone on to become a world leader in this field. At the same time, the company is further expanding its position as a premium mobility provider, with intelligent services and applications like ChargeNow, ParkNow or intermodal navigation. Now, with the Dynamic Parking Prediction research project, the BMW Group is demonstrating a solution that will in future be able to … CONTINUED
Package details (individual markets may vary). Compare to the standard X1.
M aero package with front apron, side skirts, wheel arches in body color and rear apron with diffuser in Dark Shadow metallic.
Kidney grilles with eight exclusively designed slats in high-gloss black.
Bi-color 18 inch M light alloy wheels double-spoke style 570 M
Bi-color 19 inch M light alloy wheels Double-spoke style 572 M
M Sport suspension
We’ve added some official hi-res wallpapers of the new BMW X1.
We’ve assembled a comparison to give you a better visual on how the all-new X1 [see official thread] compares to the outgoing model.
Length: 175.4 in (0.1 in shorter than E84 X1)
Width: 71.7 in (1.3 in wider than E84)
Height: 62.5 in (2.1 in taller than E84)
Wheelbase: 105.1 in (3.6 in shorter than E84)
Legroom Front: 40.4 in (1 in more than E84)
Legroom Rear: 37 in (1.5 inches more (standard seats), 2.6 inches (adjustable rear seat) more than E84)
SSales of BMW brand vehicles increased 4.7 percent in May for a total of 31,003 compared to 29,602 vehicles sold in May, 2014.
“The summer driving season is getting underway and judging by the record May for BMW it’s clear the demand is still strong for new cars across the U.S.” said Ludwig Willisch, President and CEO, BMW of North America. “The momentum continues as we celebrate 40 years of the iconic BMW 3 Series and look for more news to come from BMW in … CONTINUED
Introducing the all-new BMW X1 (F48). Full details, specs, photos and videos inside!
The new F85 X5 M drag races a Corvette ZR1. Result inside.
Another rare Pyrite Brown F80 M3 delivered.