BMW Land│Issue #129
If you are just hearing about BMW Land now, you can subscribe here!
Discover the best independent writers.
Each morning, The Sample sends you one article from a random blog or newsletter that matches your interests. When you get one you like, you can subscribe to the writer with one click.
2025 BMW M2 CS Spotted, Likely Over 500 HP
Car lovers now get a peek of what to anticipate from the 2025 BMW M2 CS thanks to its recent appearance during testing. Although being camouflaged, it is obvious that the vehicle will differ significantly from earlier M2 variants in terms of design. A turbocharged four-cylinder engine with about 400 horsepower is anticipated to power the M2 CS. The vehicle will also have a number of improvements to increase handling, such as a sport-tuned suspension, bigger brakes, and adjustable dampers. BMW enthusiasts are expecting the arrival of the M2 CS, which is anticipated to be delivered in 2024 or 2025.
SPIED: Next-Gen BMW 1 Series Shows Off its Smoother Looks in Public
In a recent spy pics, the next-generation BMW 1 Series has been seen on camera. Despite the car’s concealment, it is easy to detect the new design language that BMW has used for the 1 Series. The automobile now has a more contemporary and svelte appearance thanks to the wider front grille and thinner headlamps. Compared to the present model, the side profile is likewise more polished and slicker. The new 1 Series, which will be the first vehicle to utilise BMW’s new FAAR platform, is anticipated to go on sale in 2023. Overall, the new style is impressive and ought to win over both present and potential BMW buyers
BMW XM v NEW M2
It’s time for the entry-level BMW M and the top-of-the-line BMW M to face off! The BMW XM against the brand-new BMW M! How do the two of them contrast, though? Let’s begin by taking a look at the M2. It has the same 3-liter twin-turbo straight-six engine as the most recent BMW M3. Unfortunately, the power has been reduced, producing 460 horsepower and 550 Nm of torque in this case. This is solely delivered to the rear wheels through an 8-speed automatic gearbox, however a manual transmission is also offered.
What It’s Like to Own a BMW M3 Touring – review
Joe Achilles, a BMW enthusiast, reviews the M3 Touring, one of the most capable cars on the market. It is bonkers fast, and has the potential to be the best all-around daily driver. Achilles has modified his M3 Touring with wheel spacers and a new front lip to make it an OEM+. The M3 Touring is practical enough for everyday use, but can also tackle the racetrack.
BMW M4 manual review for 2023
The addition of a manual transmission to the BMW M4 for the 2023 model year is welcome news for enthusiasts who seek a more thrilling driving experience. The M4’s 503 horsepower turbocharged six-cylinder engine pairs well with the six-speed manual transmission thanks to its responsiveness and enjoyable operation. The car’s well-balanced chassis and superb handling improve the driving experience and make it enjoyable to drive on twisting roads.
Review and Drive of the 2024 BMW i5 | BMW i5 M60 xDrive
According to the EPA, the BMW i5 eDrive40 has a range of 295 miles and is equipped with Level 2+ driving assistance technologies. It has a new automatic lane-change Highway Assist. Drivers may automatically change lanes by merely turning their heads to the left or right, thanks to an eye tracking device mounted behind the steering wheel.
BMW iDrive 9 – Exclusive DEMO
BMW has introduced the iDrive 9 at the Shanghai Auto Show. The completely redesigned infotainment system will be available in the fifth-generation iDrive that is expected to debut in the forthcoming BMW iX. iDrive 9 comes with several new features such as exuberant graphics, natural-language voice recognition, and advanced haptic feedback. The system also incorporates more significant personalization compared to its predecessor, with the ability to create user profiles and save them to the cloud. The BMW iDrive 9 will also include automatic air conditioning and biometric authentication, adding another layer of convenience and security for the customers.
The 2024 BMW 5 Series has a mirror-based lane-change feature.
The 2024 BMW i5 is rumored to be equipped with a Lane Change Assistant feature that utilises an advanced sensor system to enable drivers to switch lanes effortlessly. The feature is set to be a key safety addition to the BMW i5, making it one of the safest autonomous vehicles on the market. The system would use a combination of cameras and sensors on the vehicle, along with a specially designed radar, to detect when other vehicles are in proximity to the i5. When a lane change is initiated, the system will detect and react to any potential collisions that may occur.
Paul Walker Owned Five Exact E36 M3 LTWs.
The late Paul Walker, a famous actor known for his love of cars, owned five identical BMW E36 M3 LTWs. These limited edition cars featured lightweight components, improved suspension, and a sporty design, making them highly sought after among BMW enthusiasts. In a video posted by BMW Blog, a car collector and BMW enthusiast named Gabe takes viewers inside his own BMW E36 M3 LTW, which is one of the five that belonged to Walker. Gabe explains the car’s features and history, shedding light on why it was such a favorite among car enthusiasts and Paul Walker himself.
BMW 7 Series, dusty,
The BMW 7 Series is a car that many people consider as timeless, and this video from Dustry supports that notion. The video highlights the car’s exterior and interior, revealing its sleek design and high-tech features. The car’s aging process is also put to the test, with the video showing how it holds up against harsh weather conditions and car washing.
Check out latest issues:
- Latest News
- 2025 BMW X3 Seen in Normal and M Sport Trim
- Less camouflage on 2024 BMW X2 M35i Spied, Showing More Design Cues
- Leaked images of the new BMW M5 before its unveiling
- BMW M3 Redesign Seen With New Light