Taking inspiration from the high-performance cars of the Japanese domestic market, John Zhang turned his 135i into a nonpareil style statement.
Our first drive in the all-electric i3 reveals a new kind of Ultimate Driving Machine, one that’s as well suited to big-city driving as an M3 is to a deserted backroad. Oh, and it’s not exactly slow ’round the Nürburgring, either!
For the first time in more than 30 years, a 320i returns to the BMW model lineup. Like the original, it targets first-time buyers by combining an aggressive price with traditional 3 Series virtues.
The sole American driver in the series, BMW Motorsport’s Joey Hand has been flying the flag for two seasons in the DTM. At Hockenheim, Hand reflects on his experience.
Performance tires offer rolling technology for your BMW.
507s star at Pebble Beach
Celebrated this summer with a class of their own, six 507s graced the lawn at Pebble Beach, including cars owned by Ursula Andress, David Carradine, a rare Series I and two prototypes.
More than just a two-door 3 Series, the new 4 Series Coupe offers improved driving dynamics to go with its upscale accoutrements.
Turbo Dream Fulfilled
Ignatey Terzian’s rare and beautiful 1974 2002 Turbo is the fulfillment of a lifelong dream to put a classic, high-performance BMW in his driveway.
When less is more
Pardon the pun, but this 1 Series M Coupe owned by MORR Wheels’ Sebastian Ramirez proves the old adage correct, retaining the essence of a stock BMW even while performance is upgraded by a wide margin.
Mike Burger’s unrestored Bronzit 1988 535i isn’t only about cleanliness and originality. It’s also about a period-correct E28 driving experience, which can only be had from behind the wheel.
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