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10/16/2013    8:46 PM
COMMENTS: 104

Epic European Delivery report journal by BIMMERPOST member B-1 Pilot:

Just four days ago, we returned from an Epic European Delivery trip of my 2014 M5. In 10 days of travelling we visited 8 countries, drove 1800 miles, hit 162MPH, drove three laps around the Nürburgring, took 1200 pictures, shot 15 hours of video, and consumed copious amounts of good German beer and wine.

For my trip, I blended previous experiences, new knowledge learned here, and about 6 months of research to come up with our itinerary. I happily pay if forward and share the experience with you here, so that you might see something that piques your interest for a future European Delivery.

10/14/2013    1:10 PM
COMMENTS: 107

This week on Ignition, Carlos Lago tests the BMW M5… again! This time around it has something called the Competition Package, which adds a host of small adjustments and improvements in an effort to improve the car’s performance and the satisfaction it gives to its driver. Is more power and a recalibration of the suspension and steering enough to make this incredible sedan behave? We find out on the test track at Hyundai’s Proving Grounds.

10/14/2013    12:00 PM
COMMENTS: 110

The newest catalog of M Performance Parts for the M5 and M6 has officially been announced and released.

In-depth expertise, a keen awareness of detail and meticulous fine-tuning work make all the difference on the racetrack – and now enable BMW factory driver Martin Tomczyk to experience that special racing feel on the road as well. At the German Touring Car Masters (DTM), Tomczyk drives the BMW M Performance Accessories M3 DTM, but is now out and about off the racetrack in a BMW M6 Gran Coupe. Also, as far as his new company car is concerned, the 2011 DTM champion from Rosenheim has left nothing to chance and with the precision of a professional racing driver has adapted the high-performance sports car developed by … CONTINUED

10/13/2013    1:21 PM
COMMENTS: 67

The BMW M4 Concept was on display at the BMW Welt this weekend and she’s a beauty in person. Enjoy the photos!

For our previous photos & videos of the M4 Concept, see: http://f80.bimmerpost.com/forums/sho…d.php?t=878835

Follow our M3/M4 news and coverage @ http://www.bimmerpost.com/m4/

10/11/2013    1:15 PM
COMMENTS: 229

Have a good first look at the production F80 M3 and F82 M4 interior, with its sports seats!

10/07/2013    2:45 PM
COMMENTS: 112

Now watch the F82 M4 Coupe continue with some final testing on the Nurburgring.

10/07/2013    12:00 PM
COMMENTS: 55

Have a look at Indy race car driver Tony Kanaan’s F10 M5, by Velos Designwerks.

Modifications:

Velos Solo V Wheels 21×11 & 21×9.5
H&R Springs
Eisenmann Rear Exhaust (Full Gloss Black)
Vorsteiner Carbon Fiber Front Spoiler
Vorsteiner Carbon Fiber Rear Diffuser

10/03/2013    11:00 AM
COMMENTS: 113

The M4 will not hit dealers until next Summer, but the rumor mill is already churning for a lightweight track model.

Carsales claims BMW M sources have hinted at a lightweight track focused M4 coming in 2016 as part of the celebrations for BMW’s 100th birthday.

Taking after the E92 M3 GTS, the lightweight M4 is rumored to feature two seats only, more power, less weight (target below 1400 kg / 3086 lb) and manual transmission only.

BMW M will attempt to achieve this weight by expanding the use of carbon fiber from the current areas (roof, trunk, drive shaft, strut brace) to include the hood and front wings, while also switching the steel doors to aluminum construction. Of course, the interior will also see weight reduction by … CONTINUED

10/02/2013    7:30 PM
COMMENTS: 88

BMW M always claims that it subscribes to no dogmas while considering all possibilities in developing new models. That now includes the possibility of all-wheel-drive M5 and M6 models.

In a recent interview with Motoring, BMW M CEO Dr. Friedrich Nitschke acknowledges that “I’ve looked at the numbers and 70 to 80 percent of E63 AMGs are all-wheel drive in the US now.”

He then confirms that: “On our cars we are thinking of all-wheel drive, but it won