Watch the official launch film for the all-new BMW X5 (F15).
The newly available rear-wheel drive 2014 X5 sDrive35i will start at $53,725 and the 2014 BMW X5 xDrive35i is priced at $56,025. The 2014 BMW X5 xDrive35d price is $57,525 and the 2014 BMW X5 xDrive50i will start at $69,125. All prices include $925 destination and handling.
Review by a BIMMERPOST member comparing his M135i hatchback to the A45 AMG hatchback following a test drive.
A M5POST member shares his experience with his F10 M5 at the BMW CCA HPDE event at Barber Motorsport Park.
Meisterschaft premium exhaust systems for the BMW F30 328i in GTC (EV Control) and GTS (Ultimate Performance) versions.
Check out specs, photos and videos inside.
Have a listen and look at the Borla exhaust system for the F30 328i sedan.
Listen to these two M5 beasts sounding off against each other with their V10 and V8 engines, paired with Eisenmann exhausts.
Akrapovic features its F30 335i Evolution Exhaust system in this feature video.
The Evolution Exhaust System is cat-back and constructed from austenitic stainless steel, with two central link pipes, new muffler design, and carbon fiber tail pipes.
The exhaust features dual-mode ECU-controlled valves which allows for stock-level sound at normal cruising, but a deeper/louder note during sportier driving. Specs and video inside.
BMW revisits the iconic 8 Series E31. Does it portend a return of the 8 Series in modern form? We’ll see…
The BMW 8 Series was an entirely new class with V8 or V12 engines, built from 1989 to 1999. It was the most expensive BMW model of that time.
The BMW 8 Series included several inventions such as twelve cylinder engine or steering linked rear suspension. It had a very aerodynamic shape and was the first car with a drag coefficient of less than … CONTINUED
Videos featuring drag races which pit a Stage 2 Hartge F10 M5 (650 HP) against Aston Martin Vanquish as well as a PP-Performance tuned F13 M6 Coupe (680 HP).
The 2013 BMW 135is has a lineage that goes back over 40 years to the original BMW 320i of the 1970s. CNET’s Brian Cooley shows you how the Bavarian automaker keeps the spirit of the original alive with some new ideas added in.