Here are some exclusive photos of the BMW Z4 in red with minimal camoflague on the streets of Germany. This car will be with us soon enough and BMW has been kind enough to basicly show us the entire shape of the car in these photos
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Here is a beautiful render of what the upcoming Z4 may look like. The car is nearly upon us!!!
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One of our members Daniel N recently caught this BMW X5 with a large hood mount testing in Michigan. This car has been speculated by most everyone as being a hybrid version of the X5 with technical monitoring equipment resting under the large hood mount. Most notable about these pictures is that the car is cruising around Michigan so it seems we are in store for some hybrid BMWs on US shores in the near future
Heres what Daniel mentioned about the car:
The psychadelia continues Here are the latest photos of the BMW X1 seen testing on the streets of Munich Germany
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Always first on the scene is Alpina with full range modifications to the newest BMWs. And it looks like Alpina is hard at work with an upgraded high performance version of the F01 7 Series which is sure to fill the expectation of those customers hoping for an M version of the car to take on the likes of the AMG S Class
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Here are some pics and vids of the X6 M testing here in SC.I apologize up front for some of these pics…I was moving around trying some different vantage points….some better than others.Ive got to upgrade to a camcorder…this camera vid sucks.This X6 looks a little futher along in development than the X6 M test mules just seen in the Desert this summer.If you look closely at the first pic of the X6 going in the gate….you can see they have put those quad exhaust in a nice looking production … CONTINUED
Looks like the F10 M5 is already being tested on the nurburgring. Photos show it being shadowed by an E60 M5…. for comparative purposes
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E90 LCI USA-Version (there is no remarkable difference to the EU-Version when not flashing the red rear-flashlights, besides of a little orange stripe on the side of the front fender (not viewable on the fotos))
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For all intents and purposes this car is the ///M version of the X6 whether BMW call it that or not. BMW has long stated it would not produce an ///M version of its popular SAVs, but those were during the days of the X5, we dont know if BMW will be hard and fast with this rule when it comes to the X6.
Regardless, this car does exist, it does sport quad exhausts (///M trademark), some kind of fender grills or emblem (another ///M signature) and a very agressive body … CONTINUED
The all new facelift of the 3 series sedan has been a general hit among the forum crowd. However, here is the car everyone has been itching to see, the M-Technik kit equipped version. That was fast BMW…
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BMW is in the midst of its final testing for the U.S.-spec 335d–the first diesel-powered Bimmer to be sold in North America. The introduction of the 335d will coincide with the launch of facelifted sheetmetal destined for the entire 3-series lineup.
Due to e-mission restrictions, the U.S. version of the 335d will reportedly be down on power from its European cousin (265 hp and 425 lb-ft of torque vs. 282 hp and 428 lb-ft.), but even our U.S. numbers–especially the fat torque number–promise terrific … CONTINUED
For the first time ever, we caught the next generation X3! The current X3 will have to soldier on for a few more years until the arrival of an all-new model slatted for the 2011 model year. Nonetheless, these are the very first spy-shots of Munichs (and Spartanburgs!) compact SUV photographed earlier today.
The new X3s dimensions will hardly change compared with the current one, and its styling will be shaped to reflect elements from the CS Concept. The basic shape will remain much the same, however the new model is … CONTINUED