The 1 Series M Coupe was a revelation upon its release in 2011. Now modified by Dinan for even more speed and better handling, it’s an epiphany in driving delight…especially on a closed mountain road.
First and last of its kind
The last car to emerge from the legendary Team PTG race shop, Bell Motorsports’ #54 was also the last V8-powered E46 M3 to race professionally in the U.S.
To the clouds, cheaply
What do you do when you find a beat-up 1997 E36 M3 on Craigslist for $600? Turn it into a Pikes Peak racer, of course, and tackle for the mountain!
Something old, something new
Combining vintage style with a modern stance, Rob Amason’s E28 gets the balance right.
Beauty through simplicity
Making its second appearance at Villa d’Este, the Vision Future Luxury puts forth a new look for BMW’s big sedans, and some fresh ideas about the nature of luxury. BMW’s automotive design chief Karim Habib explains.
Taking the wheel of the new MotoGP Safety Car in Qatar, Bimmer’s editor becomes the first journalist in the world to drive the new M4. It’s a big honor…and big fun!
Its Jet Black paint set off by Inka Orange details, Nick DeClemente’s E46 M3 Convertible is a distinctive drop-top whose performance is a perfect match for its subtly stylish looks.
Lighter and brighter
Led by the astonishingly effective Laser Lights, BMW’s latest cavalcade of technologies illuminates the future of automobile construction and propulsion.
Black tie cabriolet
Chosen for the illustrious field at Pebble Beach in 2013, Stephen Norman’s 1938 327 cabriolet is a study in elegance and a pleasure to drive.
The new face of fun
The new M235i is the first M Performance model to reach the U.S., but don’t let the M badge fool you. This is an “is” in the grand tradition of sporty yet usable BMWs, and it’s great fun to drive.
On Sale Now!
In This Issue
Like Bimmer on Facebook
© 2014, Bimmer, Ross Periodicals Inc.