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BMW ‘reinvents the 3-series’

08/05/2009 at 8:12 AM
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Here’s a controversial article by Autocar UK on the radical changes that future 3-series may undergo. Nothing is yet confirmed by BMW.

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BMW M Manager has hinted that there may be a lineup of cars called the M-Sport line that will sit between the traditional M Cars and the standard BMW models

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BMW continues to expand its lineup with the green light given on a 3-series GT model. Expect it to hit the streets in 2011.

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Future BMW models: Rumor control

06/22/2009 at 9:42 PM
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BMW insider/PR man Scott26/27 is out on the offensive with new information on why certain models have been cancelled. He gives us the real deal and explains that there is more then just the economic downturn behind the cancellation of certain BMW models

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It sounds like BMW is heavily considering a new Y-series lineup of cars, if not already approved it. Read inside about this new niche line up BMWs.

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While the car still remains in the engineering prototype phase, plans for the car have already been laid out and seem to be the most ambitious for any BMW car ever.

According to BMW insider scott26, plans are laid down for a host of variants that include not only the traditional 3-door/5-door hatchbacks, coupes and convertables but also:

Supersport edition — Basicly a BMW 1-series M variant, designed by them but without the M badge.

Touring model PAS type GT model (along the lines of the 5 series GT)

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AutoExpress UK provides some further insight into the revival of BMW’s mini-car, the Isetta. The publication speculates that the Isetta could appear in UK showrooms as early as 2011.

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As reported by EVO, the CEO of BMW M-division has further confirmed that the next gen M3 will receive a turbo 6-cylinder engine. Whether there will be twin turbos or inline configuration is yet to be confirmed.

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BMW 3-series GT will come as well

05/05/2009 at 5:09 PM
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The 3er GT is about 180 degrees from the 5er GT , although they will share the same bloodline , The 3er GT is a hybrid of a Touring and a Sporting shooting brake design. To understand the design of the 3er GT you have to go back to the original RFK Concept , With this design many within BMW loved the original intention unfortunately BMW had to re-interpret it’s conception to a vehicle that would become today’s 5er Gran Turismo.

Next Generation BMW 1-Series ?

05/05/2009 at 2:00 PM
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German magazine Automotorundsport has put out these new renders of what the next generation 1-series could look like. It seems as though these renders are WAY off the reality of what will come. Most sources seem to confirm that the next one will take alot of styling cues from the BMW GINA concept car in some form, while these renders seem to rely on the current BMW 7-Series styling. Regardless, it did seem like an interesting attempt and worth the post.

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Here is the full set of Huckfeldt’s drawings of what the proposed Z2 Coupe and Roadster could look like

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No ///M version of the E89 Z4

03/20/2009 at 3:26 PM
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A BMW spokesman talking with iMotorMag states that there is no business case for making an M Roadster/M Coupe based on the Z4 due to the poor economic climate.

However, the good news is that they do reveal that BMW is planning an M Sport package which will include a body kit, large alloy wheels, tuned suspension and an M-branded steering wheel. In the cards is talk of an ECU remap upgrade to boost engine output of the 3.0-litre twin-turbo by … CONTINUED