Check out this Black Sapphire F80 M3 sedan with BMW Individual with Amaro Brown leather interior and Plane Auburn Dark wood trim.
In this video Deon Joubert tests the M235i at the Killarney track.
The next generation X6 M (F86) continues testing at the Nurburgring and has dropped a bit of camouflage.
The F85 X5 M has been spotted in testing since late 2012, and now it’s time for the F86 X6 M to hit the test circuit.
It’s not difficult to identify this next generation X6 M as it bears the tell-tale M model signs – huge front air intakes, more aggressive sideskirts and rear diffuser, blue M brakes, and cross drilled rotors (the first for any X6 … CONTINUED
The M4 coupe stars in a promo video for Castrol EDGE boosted with Titanium FST, driven by world class race car drivers, and alongside the Audi R8, Lamborghini Aventador.
Dyno results from Gintani Twin Turbo E9X M3 Kit.
They took their TT E90 M3 to a local dyno, Specialty Z, where they use a Dyno Jet. The car is currently running at 7.5 PSI, 91 octane, stock motor, and stock MSS60 ECU.
Photos and videos from the Moscow M-Day, featuring a drifting show by the new M3 and M4.
A video interview with the project manager for the BMW M3/M4, Michael Wimbeck, covering the cars’ suspension, differential, exhaust, driveshaft and steering rack on the new F80 M3 and F82 M4.
The first F80 M3 and F82 M4 have arrived in Taiwan (in Alpine White, Yas Marina Blue and Austin Yellow) and the cars will have their official launch party on May 27.
Temperatures play a major role in motorsport. Whether track, tyre, brake or engine temperatures, a multitude of factors must all be taken into consideration in order to achieve maximum performance from a racing car. This obviously also applies to the BMW engineers when preparing the new BMW M4 DTM for a race. Therefore, it is hugely important for them to know which areas of the car are reaching what temperatures.
Images from an infrared camera are ideally suited to making these areas visible. BMW Motorsport … CONTINUED
We have posted the first ever video of the 2016 BMW M2 (E87) prototype in testing – caught today on the Nurburgring.