An upcoming crossover variant based off of the 3-series has been caught testing again. Its current form is that of a E91 touring body on a raised suspension platform (probably just for testing drivetrain/suspension/etc..), which will no doubt be replaced eventually by the crossovers actual body shell.
@7:00am sharp, e90post HK very first group of 9 E9Xs entering the official opening of Hong Kongs highway Route #8 costed 50 billions HK$ to built.
( cruise straightly compliance with 2 seconds safety rule )
Even won "turnheads" from traffic policemen!
(more info about Route #8
This was originally being updated in another thread but I wanted to get some additional opinions so I am posting this here. Sorry if its the wrong section.
I’ve been looking to get an E90 M3 sedan, and was cruising ebay when I came upon this auction. Its for a Jerez Black sedan with FR interior, loaded with everything except extended leather.
The car advertises its title in CAPS “LOWEST PRICE ON EBAY”. The auction started at 60,000 and had a BUY IT NOW for … CONTINUED
Here are the first photos of a facelifted M-tech/M-sport E90 Sedan in Space Gray.
Looks like the rear tailights are LED.
The mystery car has been spotted under cover and will be revealed today at the NYIAS. Stay tuned to BimmerPost for photos and details of the unveiling!
AND THE MYSTERY CAR IS……. the CS Concept (again)
The NorCal group is at is again with another MOM — Mother of all Meets! The pictures do the talking in this case, and as usual makes me wish I was there..
M3Post member m-bitious presents his modified E92 M3 and what a car it is.. definitly worth a second look!
The next 3-series is slated to arrive in 2012 and will likely be under the chassis name F30. Many changes are expected, but some unexpected. German magazine Autobild gives us some of their insights
The BMW 3-series sedan (E90) is set for a facelift later this year and here are some pictures of the nearly unmasked car. It looks to involve a bumper change, a hood change and possibly minor changes to the headlamps
It seems as though BMW has approved high performance ‘tii’ versions of the 1 and 3 series cars. Good times my friends!
Here is the fully uncovered facelift for the BMW 3-series sedan (E90). Looks like a job well done by BMW!
Wow, stop the presses. Looks like someone at BMW screwed up and let the all new BMW 7-Series get photographed without any body cladding.