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The newest M kid on the block or the so-called ‘baby M’ still has a lot of things to prove. Even though most reviews found the BMW M2 extremely satisfying to drive, a lot of people are wondering if the 370 HP it has will be enough for them to get their daily adrenaline dose.
The BMW E30 M3 has definitely reached legendary status. It’s the first ever M3 to be built by the BMW M division and has such a following today that you really have to be careful about what you do to such a car or what you say about it.
Earlier today we showed you a BMW E30 M3 with a V10 engine that was up for grabs in Sweden. Lurking around on the internet, we also found a video of what this beast is capable of and we have to say, the $52,000 price tag of this car doesn’t seem like much anymore.
Time has come for the guys from MotorWeek to take the BMW M2 out for a road test and see how BMW’s claims about the performance of the car stack up against their own findings.
Akrapovic is a name well known to BMW owners these days. Be it a car or a bike, the Slovenian manufacturer of high-end exhaust systems is delivering some of the best parts you can buy to enhance your ride’s sound.
If you want to upgrade the look of your car, grab a set of aftermarket wheels, lower it and you’ve got one hell of a good looking vehicle.
Going with a Yas Marina Blue for your exterior finish is a great idea. Adding a bit of a customization touch is an even better one, for sure.
Ah, the Miglia Miglia, the thousand mile race through some of the more scenic and beautiful places in Italy, a race that was around when drivers were real drives.
Nick Murray’s YouTube channel has become quite popular over the past few years and over the past 18 months, he’s owned an F82 BMW M4 that he’s reviewed on his channel.
BMW’s newest M2 is a proper sports car, through and through. It’s the kind of car that brings you back to the old days of sports cars, where handling and feel mattered more than connectivity and technology.
This year’s BMW M Track Days event took place in Barcelona, Spain and saw over 240 BMW M customers jump into the latest M cars and go for a full-on track experience with the best BMW instructors by their side.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety today named the 2016 BMW X1 a “Top Safety Pick+”, the Institute’s highest rating, continuing the company’s long-standing commitment to offering class-leading safety with each new model.
It seems like Aussies love the brand new BMW M2. According to Car Advice, the initial stock of 300 units that was put aside for Australian customers was quickly sold out.
Hot on the heels of the guys from Manhart Racing, the people over at B&B Automobiltechnik have also created a madness-infused beast based on the 2016 MINI JCW.
Rolls-Royce announced today that, in order to celebrate the official arrival of the summer, it will open a new studio in the heart of Porto Cervo, a discrete enclave first envisioned in the 1960s by His Highness the Aga Khan.
Yesterday was a great day for BMW M fans. The BMW Welt in Munich kicked-off the M Days with special deliveries of M cars.
BMWBLOG continued to its European tour this week with a visit at the famous BMW Welt in the heart of Munich.
The all-new 2016 BMW M4 GTS is an exclusive technological masterpiece, which elevates the performance of the BMW M4 Coupe to an impressive new level and therefore comes with a hefty price tag – $134,200, but that price tag doesn’t include the lightweight carbon compound wheels.
BMW Welt is hosting the M Days from May 25th until 29th. In the heart of Munich, the beautiful BMW building has also hosted the first M delivery day where 45 copies of the BMW M4 GTS were delivered to customers, nearly half of the entire allocation for the German market.
When Rolls Royce announced that it would officially be developing an SUV, there were many skeptics who felt that an SUV might ruin the brand’s heritage.