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These New Guinness World Records Set By BMW Are Pretty Cool These New Guinness World Records Set By BMW Are Pretty Cool
Here’s something you don’t see very often! On December 11th, 2017, BMW driving instructor Johan Schwartz drifted an all-new BMW M5 sedan 232.5 miles around a skid pad at the BMW Performance Center in Greer, South Carolina. The feat, not surprisingly, set a new Guinness World Records title, under...
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Show Drift: BMW Breaks Two Guinness World Records Drifting the New M5 [Video] Show Drift: BMW Breaks Two Guinness World Records Drifting the New M5 [Video]
- Just because the 2018 BMW M5 comes with standard all-wheel drive doesn’t mean it can’t engage in some tail-out antics. Thanks to its 2WD mode, the latest M5 is capable of channeling its 600-hp twin-turbocharged V-8’s 553 lb-ft of torque solely to the rear wheels.  - We presume it was in this...
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BMW X7 Enters Pre-Production In South Carolina BMW X7 Enters Pre-Production In South Carolina
BMW recently announced that pre-production versions of their upcoming X7 are rolling off the assembly line in Spartanburg, South Carolina. This is an all-important test to make sure the line is working as it should, that the pre-production vehicles bolt together as planned, and all is well and good...
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BMW Cranks Out 3-series, M3, and M4 Limited Editions for Japan BMW Cranks Out 3-series, M3, and M4 Limited Editions for Japan
- There might be sub-zero temperatures here at our headquarters in Ann Arbor, Michigan, but in Japan, BMW is turning up the heat. The Bavarians are treating the Japanese to an extra dose of exclusivity with limited runs of specially equipped M3 and M4 Competition models called the Heat Editions. - Following...
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BMW Ponders Batteries for 2021 EVs, Says Solid State Isn’t Ready BMW Ponders Batteries for 2021 EVs, Says Solid State Isn’t Ready
- This week, Colorado company Solid Power announced that it will partner with BMW to develop solid-state battery technology that could bring increased driving range, longer battery life, and better temperature tolerance to electric cars. The German automaker will invest an undisclosed amount in Solid...
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BMW Ponders Batteries for 2021 EVs, Says Solid State Isn’t Ready BMW Ponders Batteries for 2021 EVs, Says Solid State Isn’t Ready
- This week, Colorado company Solid Power announced that it will partner with BMW to develop solid-state battery technology that could bring increased driving range, longer battery life, and better temperature tolerance to electric cars. The German automaker will invest an undisclosed amount in Solid...
BMW Ponders Batteries for 2021 EVs, Says Solid State Isn’t Ready »
BMW F30 3 series Used Car Video Review BMW F30 3 series Used Car Video Review
In the first of a new series of videos we take you for a look around the extremely popular BMW F30 3 series. The aim of this series of videos is to give useful information, hints and tips that will be helpful; to anyone considering buying a car… or just for anyone that likes cars! Make sure you...
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Pricey Pseudo-Coupe: 2018 BMW X2 Costs $4500 More than the X1 Pricey Pseudo-Coupe: 2018 BMW X2 Costs $4500 More than the X1
- BMW has sliced its SUV pie so thinly that it’ll soon run out of single-digit numbers. The new 2018 X2 is almost here, predictably slotting in between the X1 and the X3, and it’s priced from $39,395. That’s $4500 over the starting price for the X1, with which the X2 shares its turbo-four powertrain...
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How Much Art Can You Take? Mini Announces New Logo How Much Art Can You Take? Mini Announces New Logo
- If, in your youth, you were primarily exposed to the tiny wonder created by Sir Alec Issigonis during quadrennial visits to the United Kingdom, the Mini could be a confusing thing to parse, brandwise. Some wore Morris badges, others Austin. We suppose it wasn’t unlike a young European visiting...
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BMW Is Burning Cow Pies on the Road to Renewable Energy BMW Is Burning Cow Pies on the Road to Renewable Energy
- Cow poop and chicken droppings? You might not expect to find those among the fuel sources automakers are tinkering with. But BMW is among a number of automakers harnessing the power of biowaste—not to power its cars, but the factories that build them. - The Bavarian carmaker’s Rosslyn factory...
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