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In the sports car world, it is a well-established convention that each successive model is more powerful and faster than its predecessor, and Porsche has consistently stuck to this rule – except for a brief period in the 1970s.
In America, wagons are not popular. This much we already know. In fact, they’re so unpopular that they almost don’t exist in North America anymore.
Yesterday, BMW debuted the world premiere of the brand-new F60-generation MINI Countryman. It’s the second generation of the Countryman and it has changed dramatically.
The new M4 GTS is BMW’s jewel today. The road legal racing car was unveiled in 2015 and it’s been quickly sold out around the world.
A lot of hot models from BMW, Audi or Mercedes-Benz have found themselves face-to-face with their worst replicas created by unknown Chinese carmakers or simply by fans that tried to put their imagination at work.
“The Driveway” series continues today with one of BMW’s most popular models to date – the X3. In its second generation now, the midsize SUV was released in 2010 for the 2011 model year and it’s almost as large as the original E53 series X5.
BMW has been busy testing out, preparing and launching exquisite models all year long, but since there is plenty of action left until the end of the year, the German carmaker has one final act to attend, and that would be the 2016 L.A.
Following the successful debut of the all-new 2017 BMW 5 Series Sedan in Europe and announced for the market in February and March, respectively, the German based carmaker is also testing out the top of the line F90 M5, seen in the spy video below, while undergoing tests in Los Angeles, US, and wearing full camouflage.
BMW has sent the future G01 X3 for some new tests at the Ring, which was the perfect opportunity for journalists to catch it on a new spy video.
The new 2018 Mercedes-AMG E63 will be unveiled next month at the Los Angeles Auto Show and it’s the company’s most powerful version yet.
While some manufacturers are struggling to bring out cars that can reach a top speed of 180 km/h (112 mph), BMW is apparently making cars that can top that speed on two wheels.
Doing the Nurburgring in 6:14 might seem incredibly fast to some, but there is a trick to it – behind the wheel of a racing car.
The BMW E46 M3 is so loved, it’s bound to become a future classic. As a matter of fact, the mint models are already demanding quite high price tags, a trend that is bound to evolve over the next few years.
Usually, when people talk about BMW’s New Class models, they reference the E9 or the 1500, 1600 or even the 02 Series.
New focus on electric race cars in FIA Formula E Audi CEO Stadler: “We’re going to contest the race for the future on electric power” DTM commitment unchanged, job guarantee for motorsport employees Audi is realigning its motorsport strategy.
The second generation of MINI’s first crossover – the Countryman – is here. Bigger, more capable and more impressive than its predecessor, the new F60 Countryman has expanded its capabilities.
The newest not-so-mini MINI to debut is the brand-new 2017 MINI Countryman, which, now in its second-generation, is bigger, more capable and more impressive than its predecessor.
The MINI Cooper S E Countryman ALL4 is the first model of the British premium brand in which a plug-in hybrid drive provides the option of mobility that is purely electric and therefore emissions-free, coupled with the MINI driving spirit.
BMWBLOG’s “The Driveway” features in their first episode a beautiful BMW E46 M3 with the second generation of the SMG transmission.
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