A special edition for U.S.
After decades of being denied the coolest M cars, U.S. enthusiasts will finally get a GTS. The forthcoming M4 street/track special has been engineered from the start to meet U.S. regulations… as well as our highest expectations for the M brand.
Jefferson Ho’s formula for fast laps in an E36 M3 pairs a stock engine with vastly improved mechanical grip thanks to wider tracks and upgraded suspension.
Receiving a new six-cylinder engine and a revised chassis as part of its “Life Cycle Impulse,” the F30 3 Series finally lives up to its promise as a real driver’s car.
The Unloved 3
U.S. enthusiasts failed to embrace the E21 3 Series like they had the 2002, or like they would the E30 that followed. Were Federal regulations to blame, or were the Euro E21s equally forgettable? To find out, we put a Euro 323i to the test.
Unveiled at Villa d’Este, the fourth car in BMW’s Hommage series pays exuberant tribute to the legendary CSL racers of 1975.
Spicing up his 2002 with E30 M3 power, Alan Rich creates a highly personal hot rod.
Ten years in the making, Rogue Engineering’s S62 V8-powered Z4 roadster was well worth the wait, combining artistic expression with explosive acceleration.
A group of friends and a fleet of race-prepped E30s equals a great weekend at the track for the PRO3 competitors in the Pacific Northwest.
Happy Anniversary, BMW Motorrad!
To commemorate its 90th year of motorcycle production, BMW builds the R nineT, whose classic styling and boxer engine recall BMW’s earliest bikes without forsaking modern technology.
More than just marketing
Racing has been part of BMW’s DNA since the beginning, says Jens Marquardt. At Daytona, we talked to the BMW Motorsport Director about synergies with M, the prospect of a BMW supercar and how turning cars like the M6 into the M6 GT builds better BMWs.
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