BMW M3 Touring Spied 🕵️ | BMW M5 Competition Vs. BMW M3 Drag Race 🏎️
May 28, 2021 10:06 am
BMW Land│Issue #28
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The new shots show the car is back in Munich, though it'll still be months before the car hits the market. The M3 Touring gets the same large kidney grille and aggressive front bumper as the M3 sedan, with the only difference between the two being the roof and accommodating rear end. The latest rumors suggest BMW will offer the M3 Touring in both base and Competition flavors, meaning there'll be both a rear- and all-wheel-drive variant.
BMW, as usual, brought out its future models too and the one we're going to focus on today is the upcoming BMW X8, the much awaited and immensely controversial new M car. BMW didn't officially confirm anything about this model. According to sources, the upcoming SUV will be the first standalone model, developed from the ground-up by the BMW M division.
Following the early leaked images from China, BMW is expected to fully unveil the updated X3 range in June this year. The exact debut date is yet to be announced, though two detailed renderings have provided a very good look at what to expect from the refreshed Bavarian SUV. Its updated coupe-crossover sibling is expected to follow shortly and Kolesa.
BMW seems to be going with an uncharacteristically revolutionary approach to the new X1's design, rather than its typical evolutionary approach. The new X1 features an entirely new silhouette, front end, kidney grille design, headlights, taillights, and even size. The new BMW X1 looks bigger than the outgoing car, with a taller ride height, longer wheelbase, and likely wider wheel-track.
We often believe that more cylinders and more power are better at the drag strip, but this face-off between a stock 2020 M5 Competition and a modified 2017 M3 tells a different story. The M5 Competition raced here is a tad less powerful at 617 horses, but that figure is still a threat for most modern muscle cars.
Today we're going to be taking a closer look at the kind of drag race you might actually see happen in Europe, where diesel cars are still relevant. The race includes a BMW 120d, Golf GTD, and Skoda Octavia vRS, two of these names are new to the segment and may seem a bit unknown.
This is admittedly an unusual comparison but it’s a fascinating one because it represents both where we’ve been and where we’re going. The M5 CS is the pinnacle of internal combustion super sedans; the culmination of everything BMW has learned over the past few decades of making super fast sedans. While the Audi RS e-tron GT shows the brand’s first attempt at an all-electric super sedan and the beginning of the next chapter for such vehicles.
In this new video from Car Magazine, we get to see the M5 CS in action, and it seems like it’s going to be every bit as special as the M2 CS.There’s a lot of talk about the BMW M5 CS being the most powerful production car in BMW’s history. While true, that’s probably the least interesting part of the new M5 CS.
In the video posted, in which BMW's design boss, Domagoj Dukec explains how he and his team came up with the design of the i4 in the first place. The starting point was the BMW Vision 100 Next concept unveiled back in 2016, as BMW was celebrating its 100th anniversary. In 2017, we saw the BMW EfficientDynamics concept, a more refined take on what the Vision 100 model, one that brought us one step closer to the production version.
BMW is proud to announce the third model in the M3 / M4 family - and the first all-wheel drive M4 Convertible to come from M GmbH. Open-top motoring, thanks to the new soft-top, adds a new dimension of enjoyment to the already exhilarating performance of the new M4. The new M4 Competition Convertible with xDrive channels the 503 hp.
The BMW M4 is one of the most popular performance cars on the market. There are a few things you should know before buying a BMW M4. It's a great car to own for sure, and anybody who owns one will have a lot of fun with it. Just like any other car, it does have its issues and things you ought to know.
The standard 2 Series Coupe hasn't been revealed yet in its next-gen iteration, but we've already seen our fair share of spy shots of the M2. A new report from BMWBLOG aims to shed light on how the smallest M car will evolve for the G87 model expected to debut sometime next year and go on sale in 2023.
The power of the imagination has no limits. Besides the caricatured proportions, the first thing you notice about this car is the livery, which is clearly inspired by Allen Berg's 1991 DTM racer. Here, it gets a few tweaks including the deletion of the Tic Tac logos from the doors. As for that kit, it would draw attention regardless of what design it was wrapped in.
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