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.
Topping E39 M5 mechanicals with modified CS coupe bodywork, MKO creates a hybrid of modern and classic BMW.
Special Cars, Special Places
Previewing the upcoming 8-Fest with a drive through the deserted backroads of the Redwood Country, we ponder the incredible loyalty drivers feel toward BMW’s top-shelf coupes and convertibles. Our vehicles of choice? An M6 Convertible and Steve Cohen’s
Believe the hype
Can a vintage car really be that much fun to drive in the modern world? It can if it’s a BMW 328, a 1930s machine that demonstrates clearly how racing improves the breed.
Black and bold
A VF supercharger helps Andrew Golden’s Black Sapphire Z4 M Roadster make big power. Just as impressive, Golden did all his own modifications on this well sorted street-track car.
The 1 Series M Coupe is already one of the hottest Bimmers ever built, and it’s made even more potent with Alekshop’s elemental but well-chosen modifications.
One of perhaps ten E3 sedans converted into station wagons by BMW’s U.K. distributor, David Maughan’s estate car provided a rare opportunity for a unique restoration.
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