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We’re all very excited to see what the next BMW Z4 brings, as it’s going to be the first time BMW has collaborated with Toyota to develop a car.
Back in July, BMW recalled certain M models, including the M2, M3 and M4, for their rear differentials.
BMW’s upcoming G30-generation 5 Series is about to make its worldwide debut in a few weeks. There has been much speculation as to what the next-gen 5 Series will bring.
Ask any car enthusiast what BMW makes best and the answers will inevitably circle around one or two key elements — a small chassis and power going to the rear wheels.
To most car enthusiasts, convertibles aren’t cool. While the idea of open-top driving might intrigue some, the idea of adding weight and complexity while losing torsional rigidity turns most off.
Speaking at a press conference just before the first free practice session ahead of DTM races 15 and 16 of the season at the Hungaroring, near Budapest (HU), BMW works driver António Félix da Costa (PT) announced details of his plans for the future: the 25-year-old will bid farewell to the DTM at the end of the season and will then focus on his involvement in the FIA Formula E Championship with the Andretti Formula E team for the time being.
The guys from Motor Trend teased us the whole week, publishing one video after another of their 12 magnificent finalists for the title of Best Driver’s Car of the Year.
Football may be the most popular sport in the US but other parts of the world, the game is played without helmets and pads, under a different name — rugby.
From the comfort of your couch, watching videos on Youtube, the Nurburgring looks like heaven to most gear heads.
The BMW M2 is probably the most praised car the Germans launched in recent years. It’s so good that most journalists agree it’s the best BMW the brand has put out in quite some time now.
Manual gearboxes have been quite a talking point on Total911.com in recent months. It all started back in July when our spies spotted a 991.2 GT3 test mule with what looked very much like a gear lever on the centre console.
The BMW F10 M5 is a bit long in the tooth. It was released back in 2011 and signs of old age are showing.
The current-gen BMW X5 is a bit of a conundrum. While, as a standalone vehicle, the X5 is superb at being a luxurious SUV, there are many who feel that it isn’t a proper BMW.
We’ve seen some pretty crazy car mods before. We’ve seen people put Viper engines in little 3 Series’ and we’ve seen people make pickups out of BMW M3s.
BMW is the creator of possibly the most fascinating car of the past few years. Its BMW i8 has captured the hearts and minds of both car enthusiasts and otherwise.
BMW Motorrad has issued a recall in the U.S. for all R nineT motorcycles over a rear turn-signal issue.
A while back the guys from G-Power brought out an incredibly powerful version of the BMW M4 GTS. Claimed to put down no less than 615 HP, the monstrously powerful car made headlines around the world.
In the auto world, the Mercedes-Benz SLC of the 1970s and 1980s is considered a bit of a design statement.
Last year, when the new BMW 7 Series was unveiled, BMW became the first manufacturer in the world to offer laser headlights with adaptive beams in the world.
Touring models have fascinated a certain part of the BMW fan base ever since the first such model with the blue and white roundel on the hood came out. However, not all cars made by BMW were available in this guise and that’s especially true for M models.