About 50 BMW M3 CSL owners from different parts of Europe came to the BMW Welt in Munich to celebrate the CSL’s 10th birthday. The forward-thinking intelligent lightweight technology set the benchmark for the car construction of future models.
Earlier this week, we attended the US media launch for the 2014 BMW M6 Gran Coupe [official thread]. The M6 Gran Coupe features the same 560hp / 500 kb-ft powerplant as the M5 and M6 Coupe/Convertible and covers 0-60mph in 4.1 seconds. It starts in the U.S. at a base price of $113,000 for the 2014 model year [full pricing details].
The event was held in Austin, TX at the impressive Circuit of the America (COTA) Formula 1 race track. We’ll be sharing our thoughts on the M6 Gran Coupe soon, but for now, have a gander at the various sights from Austin. Below, you’ll see photos of the fleet of M6 Gran Coupes on hand for both track and road evaluation. Until now, BMW has … CONTINUED
A man and fiancee from Orange County, California, travel all the way to Munich, Germany for delivery of their beautiful new Azurite Black Individual F10 M5 sedan.
They share their experience with us, in both words and images. Please have a look and share in their experience.
Latest footage of the 2014 BMW M3 (F80) from track testing at the Nurburgring.
BIMMERPOST member swamp2, an engineer, updates his F80 M3 / F82 M4 performance simulations and predictions, based on the latest info, rumors, and speculations.
The result predicts an even faster M3/M4 than he previously simulated!
BMW has launched its M PowerSource Website, which it calls its new online home for all things BMW M. Here, you
A review by a M5POST member of the Watkins Glen 2-Day Track Event with his F10 M5.
Some photos and video from another great fun event by M Owners Club Indonesia (MOCI) last month, attended by 200+ cars, including other local car clubs and exotics. Started out with drag race, followed by laps around the track.
Nearly a month ago, we spotted the first non-black F82 M4 coupe prototype (in Silverstone) on the road (reposted below). We’ve just spied a Silverstone F82 M4 testing on the Nurburgring, wearing M Carbon Ceramic Brakes. This prototype doesn’t reveal any new physical details, but we do have a new technical detail to share.
We were recently told by a high-ranking BMW M official intimately familiar with M3/M4 development that the engine powering the M3/M4 will feature a nearly 8000 RPM redline. As we’ve reported all along, the M3/M4′s S55 engine will be an inline 6 cylinder with mutiple turbos, outputting around 100 lb-ft more torque and approximately same horsepowers as the current M3 (S65) engine. For comparison, the current M3 engine redlines at 8400 RPM. … CONTINUED