BMW Land│Issue #46
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After going about a month without seeing one, there is a fresh spy video of the BMW M2 testing on the public roads around the Nürburgring. Unlike other examples, this one has a big antenna on the roof, and there’s a person sitting in the passenger seat using a laptop.
The upcoming BMW M4 CSL is going to be the first car to wear the iconic “CSL” nameplate since the E46 M3 CSL back in the early ’00s. The E46 CSL is the stuff of legends and often regarded as the best driving BMW of all time.
The seventh-generation BMW 3 Series, which first arrived in 2019, is about to receive its mid-cycle refresh. Now new spy photos show Alpina is following BMW’s lead by updating its B3, our photographers capturing the partially camouflaged saloon at the Nürburgring.
The folks over at Carwow seem to be huge fans of the Volkswagen Golf R. We’ve seen the potent hatchback drag race against superior performance vehicles, and the results haven’t always been as expected. It’s now time for the Golf R to meet one of the street kings and that is the latest generation BMW M3 Competition.
617 horsepower gets you last place in a ranking done between these five SUVs. What cars are lining up here, exactly? First up, we have the newest contender on the market today: the Porsche Cayenne Turbo GT. This is the latest model in the Cayenne range that Porsche developed and claimed the world record for SUVs on the Nürburgring recently.
The 2022 BMW iX will enter production in November before arriving in global markets next year. The BMW iX is an entirely new concept, built on an electric-first platform and with a new philosophy in mind: comfort over sportiness.
YouTuber Joe Achilles is the owner of a G80 BMW M3 Competition, one of the very best M3s ever made.So when Achilles went to Germany for a BMW trip, he was very excited about his loaner car – a G82 BMW M4 with a manual transmission.
Despite not being as good of an EV as cars like Teslas, the I-Pace was the EV that enthusiasts wanted because it was more fun, more exciting, and far better looking than any EV. However, what if you want something a bit less conspicuous and a bit more comfortable, like a BMW iX3?
When it goes on sale in 2023, the first ever BMW M3 Touring will only be offered with automatic transmission and all-wheel drive. The 2023 BMW M3 Touring features the S58 3.0 liter six-cylinder unit which delivers 510 horsepower and 479 lb-ft of torque.Design wise, it’s really not that hard to imagine an M3 with a Touring shape at the back, so the overall design won’t be much of a surprise.
The German website Focus Online claims that the i5 model will be based on BMW’s “Fifth generation” e-drive technology, which is the same family of drive type used in the iX3 or the two new i4 and iX models. According to the report, the i5 will no longer be based on the current generation of the 5 Series with the internal designation G30, but on the new generation G60, which is to be presented in autumn 2023 – as a combustion engine and as an electric saloon.
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