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What Car? has released its Car of the Year 2014 awards and two BMWs have been named winners – the BMW i3 and 435i Coupe.

The BMW i3 beat out the Renault Zoe and Tesla Model S in What Car?’s Green Cars category.

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Even more footage of the self driving and drifting M235i coupe.

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Check out some photos of the first F32 4 Series 435i lowered on KW V2 coilovers, and riding on 20″ forged wheels.

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The upcoming F80 M3 and F82 M4 will be the first production BMWs to feature a carbon fiber (CFRP) driveshaft for lighter weight and reduction in rotating mass, which which in turn results in more dynamic powertrain response.

The properties of the extremely light yet impressively durable material CFRP have allowed the engineers to follow a fundamentally new approach in the manufacture of the drive shaft. Made from CFRP, this component feeds the engine

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Here is the Canadian BMW Product Planning Bulletin for the BMW M235i and 228i.

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The BMW E46 M3 is regarded as one of the best drivers cars of all time, and they can now be had for under $25,000. In our opinion, the Ford Fiesta ST is the best new car you can buy for under $25,000. So, which is better? We hit the canyons with both to find out.

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A very unique F31 3 Series Touring in M Sport trim and in BMW Individual Santorini Blue color.

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We have added even more comparison photos of the BMW M4 vs the Lexus RC F.

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One of the BMW M4 Coupe’s biggest rivals in 2014 will be the upcoming Lexus RC-F Coupe, the first official photos of which have just been revealed.

While BMW has downsized the M3/M4 engine from the predecessor V8 to a bi-turbo inline 6 cylinder (425 HP / 406 LB-FT), Lexus has retained a V8 for the RC-F. The engine is said to be a higher power version of the 5 liter V8 from the IS-F, but outputting 480 HP @ 7300 RPM (up from 416 … CONTINUED

BMW Alpina XD3 Review

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CAR Magazine shares their first drive review of the Alpina BMW XD3, Alpina’s first SUV/SAV. Their verdict?

To avoid further doubt, there’s the least subtle execution yet of Alpina badges and stripes, plus cabin stitching Liberace might have baulked at.

So while it’s high quality kit, this XD3 is neither the best of X3 nor the best of Alpina. For the life of us, we can’t see the point, despite its extraordinary performance.