BMW Land│Issue #48
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The upcoming BMW M4 CSL is the performance car Bimmer fans want to hear about more than any other. In this new video, we get to see the upcoming BMW M4 CSL doing some hot laps around the Nürburgring.
An all-electric BMW i7 is inevitable, especially after the launch of the Mercedes-Benz EQS and Lucid Air. BMW can’t afford to not be in the high-end electric luxury sedan market any longer. Naturally, the Bavarians have a plan of attack with an electrified 7 Series of sorts and this new render shows off what it might look like.
We already had a pretty good idea as to how fast and capable the BMW M5 CS is in real life. On the Taycan Turbo you’ll find two electric motors, but together they develop up to 680 horsepower and 850 Nm of torque. The BMW has less power and torque, 626 horsepower and 750 Nm, it is also almost half a ton lighter.
One of BMW’s modern legends is the BMW 1 Series M. The 1M was a bit of a Frankenstein car, built as a parts-bin special, with several of its bits pulled from cars like the E92 M3. In this new video from Joe Achilles, we get to take a look at the BMW 1M and if it’s better than the M2 Competition.
In Carwow’s latest video, it was time for the BMW i4 M50 to take the same test. That’s not bad at all for a first attempt at a sort of electric sports car from BMW. What’s more, it’s on par with the 503 horsepower BMW M3 Competition.
Love it or hate it, the BMW iX is the most interesting car in the Bavarians’ portfolio. It’s a full-sized electric SUV with the best tech the brand has to offer, as well as some genuinely interesting touches, such as the self-healing kidney grille. However, due to all of its interesting features, it can be easy to lose track of them all. In this video from Autogefühl, Thomas provides an in-depth look at all of its unique, quirky little touches.
The M Performance models from this generation of 3 Series – the M340i and M340d – are incredibly well-rounded machines. In this new video from Joe Achilles, we get an in-depth review of the M340d and why you really don’t need anything else.
This 1994 BMW 850CSi is one of 225 examples built for the US market during a two-year production run and is said to have remained with the original owner in Nevada until it was purchased by the current owner and subsequently relocated to Oklahoma in late 2020.
BMW taps into the vibrant and diverse Los Angeles art scene with a new collaboration. Los Angeles-based artist Joshua Vides paired with BMW and BMW M to leave his mark on a brand-new BMW X4 M Competition.
At the moment, the E36 BMW 3 Series is an incredibly cheap car to buy, especially in Europe, where there were even more affordable models available. There were a few six-pot E36s on sale in Europe back in the day, but the two most popular were, and still are, the BMW 320i and BMW 325i.
German tuning house AC Schnitzer have launched their catalogue of performance parts for the BMW M4 (G82) and M4 Convertible (G83). As always, a great deal of time and expertise has gone into developing their “refinement program” for the performance duo from Bavaria.
This 2001 BMW M5 was purchased new by the current owner at VOB Auto Sales of Rockville, Maryland, and is finished in Le Mans Blue Metallic over black Nappa Point extended leather. Power comes from a 4.9-liter S62 V8 mated to a six-speed manual transmission and a limited-slip differential, and additional equipment includes 18″ wheels.
One of the first cars to wear the most powerful letter in the world was the BMW M635CSi, otherwise also known as the first BMW M6. That’s because while the European version had a long and tedious name, the U.S. alternative was a lot simpler overall and had small mechanical differences on board.
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