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When driving quickly, there are two things that can happen if you’re pushing the limits of the car — oversteer and understeer.
Ever since the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio made its debut, it’s been tirelessly compared to the big boys in the segment — the BMW M3 Competition Package and the Mercedes-AMG C63 S. It makes sense, though, as these are the three brands that duked it out in this segment before anyone else.
The third member of the 4 Series – the Gran Coupe – was unveiled last month at the Geneva Motor Show.
We all have at least one of those car nerd friends, the one that will take twenty minutes just to examine how a piece of suspension is put together or how a door handle works (that’s me, by the way).
[See image gallery at www.quattroworld.com] The Audi RS3 LMS will be racing in America for the first time ever this weekend at the Virginia International Raceway.
While we’re patiently waiting for Audi to be done with its research and development of its new RS5, which is the usual rival of cars such as the BMW M3 – or M4 these days – and the Mercedes-AMG C63, there’s a new kid on the block making waves.
While waiting for the new M5 to come out, people are starting to forget about the performance monster the BMW F10 M5 still is.
German luxury manufacturer ALPINA will bring its enhanced versions of its B4 Bi-Turbo Coupe and Convertible models at the upcoming London Motor Show.
Earlier this month, BMW and Garage Italia unveiled another joint project, again based on the BMW i3 and i8 models.
The 2002 is one of the most celebrated of modern BMWs. Introduced in 1968, the 2002 was powered by a 1,990cc, 100bhp version of BMW’s classic M10 single-overhead-camshaft four-cylinder engine.
The BMW M3 has always been the benchmark for the small performance sedan segment. You can argue all you want that the modern F80/F82 M3/M4 has diluted the model’s heritage and that the [insert any modern competitor here] is better.
In 2016, My Car Check conducted research, to see which BMW got the most searches for a vehicle check.
We told you it was coming… Total 911’s spies at the Nürburgring have spotted what at first sight looks like a 991.2 GT3 mule without a rear wing, strongly suggesting Porsche is developing a new, special-edition 911 for the second-generation 991 era.
In the eyes of BMW enthusiasts, the BMW 1 Series M is the stuff of legends. It was actually almost a parts-bin-special, with the engine from a Z4 sDrive35i, the rear diff from an E92 M3 and some mirror caps and other exterior bits also from the E92 M3.
In what appears to be a short teaser of a longer video to come, BMW published a 1-minute clip today that will get your heart rate up in anticipation of what’s to come.
With news of a diesel BMW 5 Series coming to the US breaking this morning, the torque-loving crowd out there must be overjoyed.
Priority number one is your car. Getting out on the open road and enjoying a cruise is the perfect day for you.
If you have ever left the top down in a rainstorm, you know just how quickly car seat fabric can become soiled.
MINI has been changing a lot over the past few years. After BMW took over the winged logo company and breathed life into it, some people were ecstatic about the way things turned out while some just couldn’t get over the fact that the name of the company doesn’t necessarily translate into minuscule cars.
At the 2017 New York Auto Show, we sat down with Alanna Tracey-Bahri, Product Manager at BMW North America, to talk about the current U.S.