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The Jeremy Clarkson BMW M4 Review

07/29/2014 at 9:45 AM
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Jeremy Clarkson reviews the BMW M4 F82 coupe.

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Steve Sutcliffe has the keys to two very fast versions of the BMW 3-series: the 435bhp petrol BMW M3 and the 345bhp diesel Alpina D3. Should you satisfy your high-performance saloon cravings with a petrol or a diesel engine? Let’s find out.

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BMW M4 vs. Mercedes C63 AMG Edition 507 Comparison Review by Caradvice.

Some excerpts:

Where the new M4 is the first of a new generation, the Edition 507 intends to see this 2008 C-Class out with a bang (pop, crackle and bark). It is the final car ever to utilise the Mercedes-Benz 6.2-litre naturally aspirated V8 engine also used in the SLS AMG supercar.

The next C63 will follow the M4 (and its E63 and CLS63 siblings) and go smaller and turbocharged (but still with eight cylinders … CONTINUED

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Steve Sutcliffe of Autocar reviews the BMW i8 hybrid electric sports car.

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Porsche 911 Lemon (Nine-a-Lemon) guy, Nick Murray, has gone for the F82 M4 coupe now. He shares his pick up and first impressions with us.

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The BMW i8 is put to the test against the venerable 911 in this track test review by Auto Bild.

The test takes place at the Oschersleben track. Auto Bild regularly tests on the 3.7 km long circuit.

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Sport Auto compares the F80 M3 vs. E30 M3 DTM around the Hockenheim Short Track.

Lap time results from this test:

F80 M3: 1.13,1 min
E30 M3 DTM: 1.09,1 min

Catch the video inside.

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Car Throttle reviews the BMW i8, calling it a sexy, superhuman hybrid & Porsche 911 eater.

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BMW 2 Series Active Tourer

By Jens Meiners, BIMMERPOST Correspondent
July 17, 2014

BMW 2 Series Active Tourer

By Jens Meiners, BIMMERPOST Correspondent
July 17, 2014

The news that BMW would expand its portfolio to include front-wheel drive models was hardly met with universal excitement in this community. BMW, of course, is all about rear-wheel drive, a low center of gravity, driving dynamics, emotion. But alas, the times are changing: In recent years, we got the “Gran Turismo” models; we witnessed the demise of the naturally aspirated in-line six; … CONTINUED