Is it possible to make a drift-choreography in a rotary traffic? BMW took some hollywood stunt drivers and added the same amount of BMW M235i cars. The result: About 90 seconds of driving pleasure and smoking tires. Please note that all these driving-scenes are real.
To avoid accidents, BMW had to block the road.
Watch the behind the scenes story inside also.
…or watch the drifting world champion Rhys Millen testing the BMW M235i.
Chris Harris dishes on the M235i experience with limited slip differential (LSD) and M Performance Parts installed.
Behind the scenes videos look at the making of the BMW Drift Mob featuring the M235i Coupe.
Beautiful photoshoot of a M235i kitted out with M Performance Parts.
The 2014 BMW 2 Series coupe has received IIHS’ “Top Safety Pick” from its performance in the institute’s crash tests. It scored the highest possible “Good” in all categories of crashworthiness.
Inside are the results, with photos and videos.
The BMW M235i has received a most impressive 98/100 score from Consumer Reports, the highest ever for a BMW model and beating the costlier Porsche 911 and Chevrolet Corvette in road-test reviews.
According to the report, the M235i, which earned 98 out of a possible 100 points, scored better that the discontinued BMW 135i, making it the Munich-based carmaker’s highest-rated vehicle of all time, according to Consumer Reports. That puts BMW close to the score of 99 Tesla Motors Inc. (TSLA) received from the magazine … CONTINUED
Autocar looks at the M325i coupe vs the A45 AMG and answers the question – Which is the Better Driver’s Car?
BMW Motorsport will compete with a real eye-catcher at this weekend’s Nürburgring 24 Hours (DE). The BMW Motorsport design team has given the BMW M235i Racing with the appropriate start number 235 an extraordinary look, reminiscent of the famous Art Cars of former years, for the race in the Eifel Mountains.
Among those in action at the wheel of the works-assisted car will be two motorsport journalists Marcus Schurig (DE) and Jethro Bovingdon (GB). They will be supported over the course of the marathon venture … CONTINUED
With BMW continuing to take a more extroverted approach to the F chassis styling, tuners must exercise caution when designing new components. 3D Design is no stranger to this approach as it is ingrained within their company philosophy. Via a thorough approach to design 3D focuses on all lines to ensure the end result is cohesive with the factory panels. Founded in 1998, the Japanese tuner has a rich history with aero and suspension that stems back to the E36 chassis. The goal of … CONTINUED
Remus has released their exhaust system for the M235i coupe. Have a listen at the sample video clip inside.
Video comparison review of the M235i Coupe versus the CLA45 AMG.
H&R has released their lowering sport springs for the M235i coupe. Here’s the first BMW M235i fitted, giving it a great stance and look.
M Performance Limited Slip Differential now in stock
May 8, 2014
Aftersales Business Development and Marketing is pleased to announce the return of the Limited Slip differential to select BMW vehicles! Designed and created due to popular demand, the mechanical Limited Slip Differential provides the extra performance advantage that true performance drivers desire. This differential utilizes 3 clutch plates for a total of 30% lockup on acceleration and 9% lockup on deceleration. This lockup provides instant power to the wheel that has the greatest amount of … CONTINUED
Congrats to BIMMERPOST member G8r3Series for being our first reported M235i picked up via Performance Center Delivery (PCD).
The 2 Series Convertible (F23) is coming at the beginning of 2015 and we’ve got photos a M235i convertible in nearly fully uncovered form.
The US market will receive the 228i, 228xi and M235i convertibles. Production of demo/dealer models will begin this November and customer cars begin in January 2015 (per the 2015 model year schedule).
M235i owner review of how the car performed at the track (Buttonwillow).
Just got back from a track day at Buttonwillow Raceway in California with another member on here (JustinCredibleM – also owner of an M235i) and some other friends. Overall, we were both happy with the performance of the car as it was quite fun to drive on the track!
Both of our cars had the 8spd auto, which was superb considering it isn’t a DCT. Very quick upshifts and just a bit slower on … CONTINUED
Updates from the BMW Performance Center Driving School M235i competing in the 2014 Tire Rack One Lap of America through this weekend.