Available in coupe and convertible models, the M6 has a 560hp 4.4L V8 engine with M TwinPower Turbo tech and is loaded with high-end standard features like its Bang & Olufsen sound system.
The new M Performance vehicles share a 3.0L 381hp 6-cylinder diesel engine. Yes, diesel. But don’t groan just yet. These cars achieve fuel efficiency without sacrificing speed or power.
Thermaltake and BMW’s DesignWorksUSA collaborated on this sexy mouse, with an open, adjustable body, and passive air flow for cooling sweaty palms. Wired, though, for optimal gaming.
BMW’s entry to the four-door coupe arena, the 6 Series Gran CoupÃ© comes in two variants – one with a turbocharged 315hp 3.0L V6 engine, the other with a twin-tubocharged 445hp 4.4L V8.
The 335i has a 300hp six, while the 328i boasts a zippy 245hp turbo four. BMW’s 3-series sedan even offers an optional eight-speed manual trans, and will come in sport, modern and luxury versions.
G-Power tunes the M3’s V8 with a supercharger, custom crankshaft and other mods, resulting in 720 horses and 516 pound-feet of torque. 0-to-62 speed is 3.7secs, and a top speed of 205mph.
Sky Lund talks about his love for the classic BMW 2002 sports sedan. Even if you’re not into cars, I think we can all relate to Lund’s passion and agree that his ride is one fine piece of work.
Now you can view and learn more about each of the 17 “works of art on wheels” of the legendary BMW Art Car collection online, from Andy Warhol’s BMW M1 to Olafur Eliasson’s H2R prototype.
The first BMW designed for the German DTM racing circuit since the 1990s, this sexy beast will be powered by a 473hp V8, offering a top speed of 186mph and a 0-60 time of about 3 seconds.
If you enjoyed the drifting on the rooftop in the previous vid, then you’ll probably like the way the BMW 1M seamlessly slips through the Tetris-like cuts in the concrete walls here. (Thanks David!)
We really want this video to be the real deal, but you certainly have to wonder whether you’d ever be allowed to drift a BMW 1M on a skyscraper’s helipad. If it’s fake, the VFX guys still win.
The revamped M5 may not look much different, but under the hood it’s got a powerful new Twin-turbo V8 with 560hp and a 0-to-60 time of 4.4secs. Add on the “drivers package” for a 190mph top speed.
The twin rotor BMW boxer powered, carbon fiber Hoverbike concept weighs 231 lbs with a max takeoff weight of 595 lbs, range of 92 miles at 80 knots, top speed of 172 mph and 10,000′ altitude.
Designed by BMW to celebrate 75th years of the 328, this concept roadster weighs just 1720 pounds, thanks to carbon-fiber reinforced plastic, aluminum and magnesium construction.
The Ultimate Driving Composition: renowned graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister created Culture, a limited edition book for BMW that also serves as a remote control car. (Thanks Brad!)
Artist Andreas Fougner decided to take the front-engined, open-wheel design of ’50s F1 cars and modernize the language for a new passenger car by using a BMW Z4 body; thumbs up to the results.
BMW’s idea of an April Fools’ joke, the “World’s Fastest Pickup” has a 420hp engine and a maximum load capacity of more than 990lbs. It actually looks fairly decent with the Targa roof off.
We just love the matte-black exterior and gloss alloy wheels on this M3. Powered by an ample 4.0L, 420hp V8, it’s too bad this limited-edition Bimmer is only slated for China at this point.
The latest BMW concept car, the ConnectedDrive melds sweeping, organic form with TRON-like tech. We love the open-air design, although you could never drive it when it rains. More pics here.
TeamSpeed member CaptainStradale spotted an actual working model of the BMW Vision EfficientDynamics, the 328hp diesel-hybrid car said to achieve 62.5 miles per gallon. Short video here.
The release of the 2011 BMW M3 marks the 25th year of the famed brand. In this rather subdued video, BMW takes a look back at the car that started it all – the first and the fastest BMW M3.
BMW’s compact 2012 Series 1M Coupe has been officially unveiled; it boasts a twin-turbo 3.0L engine with 335 hp, 0 to 60 mph in 4.7 seconds and top speed of 155 mph. (Thanks David!)
If you liked the 6-Series preview, you’ll love it even better with the top down. The 650i ragtop has a 400hp, 4.4L V8, and a 0-to-60 time of 4.9 secs with either the manual or 8-speed automatic.
While it’s not hitting until sometime in 2011, BMW has dropped some pics of their next 6 coupe, which, other than some grill and door styling, doesn’t look much different from the 2010 model.
The Great Escape is a 1963 BMW R60/2 customized by Blitz motorcycles of France. Blitz kept its 600cc engine, stripped off the fender, added 18″ tires and painted the body and engine matte black.
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