BMW will likely turn to hybrids to help its M sports cars use less fuel, but there will be another benefit: more performance. Continue Reading...
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BMW has no plans to build a performance version of the 4 Series Gran Coupe. Continue Reading...
Don’t expect a high-performance M variant just because BMW is building an X4. Continue Reading...
BMW officially unveiled its new 4 Series Concept this week, which raised an important question: will there also be an M4? Continue Reading...
BMW has announced the M3 Coupe Frozen Limited Edition, offering the car in three matte paint colors that coincide well with the American election season: Red, White and Blue. Continue Reading...
BMW’s M Performance vehicles will be replacing the “is” trimmed cars as each new model goes through its generational change in the next few years. Continue Reading...
BMW will be expanding their M performance division by creating a new range of vehicles sold under the BMW M Performance Automobiles name. Set to be unveiled at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show, the BMW M Performance Automobiles will fill the gap between standard BMW cars and their high-performance M models. All of the variants… Continue Reading...
Over the last few years, diesel technology has taken a huge leap in technology. So much so, that a diesel powered car is the preferred choice of weapon for any endurance race. With their success on the track being recognized, it’s only a matter of time before fast diesels make their way into road cars,… Continue Reading...
BMW‘s M division saw sales of its sports cars increase by 14.2 percent in 2010, to 16,967 units. The M3 remained the brand’s most popular car, with the coupe, sedan and convertible making up 10,116 units. In second place was the X6M with 3,082 units and X5M with 2,778 units. The US led the world… Continue Reading...