Official wallpapers of the newly released BMW X6
M3Post member KSA//M3 takes his M3, soon to be tunedby Kelleners, to the dyno with some nice results!
Here are some photos of Studies iteration of the BMW Z4 based off the Z4 GTR race car.
BMWUSA 1-series configurator now online!!
Official BMW X6 Press Release and Wallpapers
What do you think of this studie M3??. I like few things but not others…
Here is the official video for the new X6
Good morning, here is some awesome Monday news from Dinan:
Available now at all 150 Dinan dealers.
Dinan, the leader in BMW tuning is now introducing the long awaited BMW 335i Dinan Performance Engine Software. After 29 years of engineering quality Dinan continues to introduce products that are researched, developed and fully tested to meet and exceed the quality and reliability standards of the BMW factory. This new software continues this tradition and is available December 2007.
The revolutionary Dinan Performance Engine Software increases boost from 8.8psi to 13.2psi with properly retuned fuel mixtures, ignition timing and full map rescaling. All of these dimensions in the software lead to an enhanced car that behaves like stock and operates as reliable as OEM.
Dinan’s software engineering team’s ground-breaking design requires no “piggybacking” or adding “secret” … CONTINUED
At first sight this looks like a cleverly disguised BMW prototype. In actuality it is BMWs current generation E65 7-series wrapped in some interesting body tape. BMW is infact testing out new camoflage schemes and this is one of them.
BMW has recently moved from tape covering of their cars to full body cladding as Benz has been doing for some years. It now seems BMW wants to move beyond the body-cladding strategy into a tape with patterns strategy as GM is known for with its zebra patterened camoflage.
The exact reasoning for this change isnt known, but id venture a guess that the body cladding might affect aerodynamics of the car in real world testing
Here is a single profile photo of the upcoming 7-series which shows both the standard 7 and the long wheelbase version.
It is true that over the years, the current 7-series went from ugly duckingling to pioneer, with many industry leaders eventually copying the infamous bangle-butt. But flattery aside, it is evident that BMW will not repeat that design language and is moving into a more flowing type of design.
Many industry reports have already signaled the front end design of the new 7-series will follow the BMW CS design presented in Shanghai, but now we get an idea of what the rest of the car will look like. It will retain the current 7-series form, in a smoothed out version. The pillars are relatively thinner and more sloped, the C-pillar appears … CONTINUED