Posts Tagged ‘bmw spy pic’


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Introducing the first ever BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe!

Introducing the first ever BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe!

Launch / U.S. Pricing

2015 435i Gran Coupe: $46,725 ($925 destination & handling included)
2015 428i Gran Coupe: $41,225 ($925 destination & handling included)
2015 428i xDrive Gran Coupe: $43,225 ($925 destination & handling included)
Arrives early Summer of 2014
435i xDrive available later in 2014
World Debut at 2014 … CONTINUED

Official BMW New Vehicle Press Release
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The 4 Series Gran Coupe (F36) is now under two months away from its world debut at the Geneva auto show and we’ve got some pics from a recent sighting for you.

We recently posted the 2014 BMW 435i Gran Coupe Dealer Order Guide (released to U.S. dealers for the ordering of their launch/ demo cars). As before, this list should generally be reflective of what options will be available for customer cars, though it may not be all-inclusive.

Also revealed recently were the 4 Series … CONTINUED

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New F48 X1 video as of January 6, 2014. We bring you the first live looks at the 2016 X1 (F48) prototypes. The F48 recently began its testing in August-September and while still heavily camouflaged, the test mules reveal a brawnier and stockier look than the current E84 X1. Compared to the E84, the F48 X1 features a shorter front end, shortened overhangs and a taller and more upright greenhouse. While some may mistaken the E84 X1 for a larger wagon, there’s no … CONTINUED

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BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe patent drawings have been discovered and it reveals the car in its its entirety.

Expect the 4 Series Gran Coupe (F36) to hit showrooms by Spring-Summer of 2014.

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We have added our newest photos of the 2015 BMW X5 M.

Testing on the second generation BMW X5 M continues while the prototypes shed some camouflage. This is the first red F85 X5 M we’ve seen and as with earlier prototypes, it wears the signature M components – huge front air intakes, more aggressive sideskirts and rear diffuser, blue M brakes, and cross drilled rotors (the first for any X5 model). We also have a better look at the … CONTINUED

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Testing on the second generation BMW X5 M continues while the prototypes shed some camouflage. This is the first red F85 X5 M we’ve seen and as with earlier prototypes, it wears the signature M components – huge front air intakes, more aggressive sideskirts and rear diffuser, blue M brakes, and cross drilled rotors (the first for any X5 model). We also have a better look at the quad exhaust pipes which, unlike the current X5 M, feature a new angled design (same as … CONTINUED

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We bring you the first live look at the 2016 X1 (F48) prototypes. The F48 recently began its testing a couple of months ago and while still heavily camouflaged, the test mules reveal a brawnier and stockier look than the current E84 X1. Compared to the E84, the F48 X1 features a shorter front end, shortened overhangs and a taller and more upright greenhouse. While some may mistaken the E84 X1 for a larger wagon, there’s no mistaking the upcoming F48 X1 as a … CONTINUED

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The BMW 4 Series Gran F36 has been spied in action on video.

Check out how the car looks on the road and on the track.

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Even more photos have been posted of the BMW M235i coupe ahead of its official reveal on Friday (German time).

This time we get a glance at its interior as well as the rear design.

BMW M235i Revealed in Live Pics

10/21/2013 at 10:14 PM
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Here are the first photos of the BMW M235i Coupe which is currently making its rounds at dealers across the U.S.

The official reveal for the M235i and 2 Series Coupe will come later this week – October 25th (German time).

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The first ever BMW 2 Series Coupe will be presented on Oct. 25th. Here is a teaser for the M235i coupe.

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Months ago we uncovered much of the M235i by way of a set of very revealing photos (reposted below), but we now show you some more unique looks.

The first image shows the M235i bumper (on the left) compared to the standard 2 Series bumper (on the right). The 2 Series bumper is the same as the one spotted on the standard 2 Series prototype we showed you last week. Both designs look very sporty to us. The image also gives a great top-down look … CONTINUED

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