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BMW M5

The BMW M5 is one of the best models from BMW, it is the most powerful sedan in the world when it was launched and is based on the BMW 5 Series. Also, it was manufactured from 1985 to 1988. So far, BMW has produced and sold many M5s, this model reaching the 5th generation, the last one being the BMW F10 M5 that will enter the market in early 2012.
The BMW M5 models are: E28 BMW M5, E34 BMW M5, E39 BMW M5, E60 BMW M5(Sedan) / E61 (Touring), F10 BMW M5 (Sedan) / F11 (Touring). These generations are classified by chronological order of their appearance from 1985 until present.
BMW M5

BMW recalls over 240,000 3 Series models

The Germans from BMW are forced to recall more than 240,000 3 Series models due to possible faulty tail lights. The information comes from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) which says that certain models built between September 1, 2001 and March 1, 2005 may be affected. The American company says that the models may experience increased resistance at the electrical contacts which could lead to the failure of tail lights.

2002 BMW 3 Series

2002 BMW 3 Series

Of course, there are some obvious consequences, the driver being in danger and putting the other motorists in danger as its intentions won’t be pre-indicated anymore.

APP Europe unveils 410HP BMW 1 Series M Coupe

The new BMW 1 Series M Coupe is starting to receive more and more attention from tuning companies, this time the German specialists from APP Europe coming with their own proposal. On the styling side, the tuning house opted for new ATS alloy wheels painted in black with Pirelli P-Zero tires, new exterior graphics and revised badges. Inside, the customers will receive Alcantara upholstery, BMW Performance seats but also a new steering wheel.

BMW 1 Series M Coupe by APP Europe

BMW 1 Series M Coupe by APP Europe

However, these improvements are not that important as the model received some performance upgrades too, improvements able to boost its sporty character even more.

BMW M3

The BMW M3 is a sports model for the 3 Series from BMW. Since 1986, BMW offers the 3-series based on the model BMW M3. It is a vehicle that the BMW subsidiary of BMW M GmbH developed and initially (E30 & E36 M3) was also produced. The later series (BMW E46 & E90 M3) emerged / emerge on the bands of the AG. The BMW M3 is a particularly powerful variant of each of the 3 Series model range.

BMW M3 E30

Based on the 1986 BMW 3 Series E30, the first BMW M3 was introduced with a 2.3 liter S14 engine, derived from the BMW M10 4-block in-line architecture and dual overhead cam 16-valve head.

BMW M3

The first version produced 195 hp (143 kW), 200hp and then some other versions numbered (Evo1, Evo2, Cecotto, Ravaglia, Europa-Meister-evolution Sport, Tour de Course) with powers between 215hp and 238hp.

BMW M1

The BMW M1 is a sports car and was built by hand between 1978 and 1981 by the BMW Motorsport Division.
At the end of the 1970 Lamborghini signed an agreement with BMW to build a race car in sufficient quantity for homologation.

BMW M1

The car body was that of the classic high-performance sedan. The thin wedge shape with a pointed snout rather, the two-seat cockpit, the low center of gravity, and the equally low height of the same car body made her look not so much as a Porsche, as a Ferrari or as a Maserati.

VIDEO: 2012 BMW 3 Series spied in Spain

Here is another spy video of the next-generation BMW 3 Series, its debut being just around the corner. To be more precise, the Germans from BMW plan to unveil the new BMW 3 Series, known as F30, at the upcoming Frankfurt Auto Show this month. The following spy video shows the new 3 Series sedan undergoing tests in Sierra Nevada, Spain.

2012 BMW 3 Series spied

2012 BMW 3 Series spied

Even the German model still wears a layer of camouflage, the video shows some precious interior shots as well. According to the photographers, the prototype caught in this video uses a diesel unit, the model being limited to a top speed of 210 km/h.

BMW Z8

The BMW Z8 (its codename E52) is a sports car produced by German automaker BMW from 2000 to 2003. It is a convertible with two-seats with front engine and rear longitudinal.
The interior of the BMW Z8 was designed by Bruno Amatino Mike Ninic, David Carp designed the steering wheel. A supervised by Adrian van Hooydonk and David Carp in close consultation with the designers and Fisker Ninic study under the name Z 07 was already at the 1997 Tokyo Motor Show in 1998 and shown in Detroit.

BMW Z8

The immense popularity of the BMW prototype led to the decision to produce a limited production model. It built BMW Z8 in 5703 units, about half of which were exported to the U.S.

BMW Z4

The BMW Z4 is one of the most successful cars from BMW and it is the successor to the BMW Z3. The production of the BMW Z4 was started in 2003 and the first generation of BMW Z4 was codenamed E85.
There are only two variants coupe and roadster. The coupe was available from 2006 and the second generation of the BMW Z4 codenamed E89 was appeared in 2009.

BMW Z4

After being introduced at the Paris Motor Show in September 2002, the commercial launch in France of the Z4 roadster was celebrated on March 27, 2003. The BMW Z4 2002 was released as a replacement for the Z3 roadster introduced and 100,000 Z4s were sold by BMW from 2002 to 2004.

VIDEO: Fifth Gear reviews the new BMW 1 Series

The 2012 BMW 1 Series hatchback gets yet another review, this time from the British people from Fifth Gear. They traveled all the way up to Germany in order to test the new generation 1 Series but unfortunately they faced some problems. To be more precise, the Fifth Gear team claimed that their video camera broke, the final decision being to shoot the review using the latest generation iPhone 4.

BMW 1 Series reviewed by Fifth Gear

BMW 1 Series reviewed by Fifth Gear

Well, we can’t tell you exactly if the British team had no backup camera or this is only an advertising trick for the giant American company.

BMW presents the ConnectedDrive Connect system

The Germans from BMW revealed more details about their new ConnectedDrive Connect (CDC) system, a technology which enables autonomous driving in certain conditions. Dr. Nico Kämpchen, Project Manager of Highly Automated Driving at BMW Group Research and Technology claimed that his team tested completes almost 5,000 test kilometers.

BMW ConnectedDrive Connect

BMW ConnectedDrive Connect

The new CDC system is able to brake, accelerate and pass other vehicles while analyzing the traffic conditions. It uses video cameras, GSP, lidar, radar and ultra sound systems in order to get accurate information and drive the vehicle safely.

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