The next generation 6 series is still quite a ways away from being released, but that hasn’t stopped the spy photographers from snapping every picture of the car they possibly can. Here is some video and photos
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AC Schnitzer offers an after-market limited slip differential for the BMW 1-series and 3-series and for the MINI models which will give that extra touch of spirited performance in many scenarios.
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Here she is playing in the snow!
The X1 is set to be nearly identical to the concept X1 already shown with mild changes to the rear taillights. The car will share its platform with the upcoming Mini Crossman SUV and is going to be similar to the RAV4 in size. Expect to see the production version of the X1 at the Frankfurt Autoshow 2009!
Even though it seems unlikely, I kinda hope they bring this car to the states..
Credits to GlobalMotors for the pics: http://globalmotors.net/2010-bmw-x1-…-snowy-sweden/
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E90Post member R3NEGADE went to Munich for European Delivery and brings us back the photos of his trip. Looks like an unbelievable time!
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This commercial showcases BMWs history in the large car segment in an interesting way while paving the way for the new 7. Must see!
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These latest pictures of the X5 M reveal all the distinctive M trademarks now on the X series cars. These include big wheels, brakes, quad exhausts, fender grills and large mouthd front bumper.
Most distinctive is that fact that the X6 front end will be grafted onto the X5 so that the M-X5 and M- X6 will share an identical front end similar to the way the E90 and E92 M3 share an identical front end even though the body and rear are markedly different.
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These are the very first pictures of the new BMW 5-series Touring. Snapped testing in Germany, the new 5-series estate will boast BMW’s latest Efficient Dynamics technology, Concept CS-inspired looks, an eight-speed automatic gearbox and a further development of the current car’s aluminium and steel platform.
But the new 5-series Touring will still have a sloping rear end so if you’re after a particularly roomy 5-series we’d suggest its sister, Progressive Activity Sedan (PAS) isntead, which BMW insiders claim offers as much interior space as a Rolls-Royce Phantom.… CONTINUED
Each year, the Detroit Auto Show plays host to the Eyes on Design Awards, where a group of judges descend into the bowels of Cobo Hall to pick their favorite vehicles from the show. The nominees are predictably divided into two categories: Design Excellence for a Concept Vehicle and Design Excellence for a Production Vehicle.
This years ceremony was MCd by our very own John McElroy from Autoline Detroit, with judging duties handled by BMW design head Chris Bangle, Harley-Davidson chief styling officer Willy G. Davidson, and transportation design chair at … CONTINUED
The new F01 7 Series is rumored to be coming with a twin turbo V12 version. The proof is in the pudding and here are the latest spy shots of the car seen testing.
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Detroit is abuzz with reporters and the photos are slowly oozing out to us. We of course are interested in the new Z4 reveal. Here is an onslaught of photos from the show
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Active Autowerks visits the Tokyo autosalon and is sharing their pictures from the event. The array of cars is definitly tuner in nature and is nice to see
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These are purported to be pics of a very early test mule for the next generation BMW 3-series (F30). If true, the modifications to an E90 body are likely for chassis testing only, but hint that the F30 3-series will have a wider (and perhaps longer) wheelbase. Expect the actual final sheet metal to be different, of course. The F30 3-series is expected in 2012.
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