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The Same, Only Better
The 2011 135i may look identical to last year’s version, but a revamped engine and minor suspension changes have subtly improved its character.
Thirty years ago, BMW’s E12 M535i broke down the barrier between sports car and sedan while the R80 G/S was erasing the boundary between enduro bike and tourer.
Keeping the Legend Alive
In its 12th year, SIGFest honors the legendary E30 M3.
An enthusiast’s BMW par excellence, the 335is Coupe just might be the best 3 Series of its generation.
Fit for a Tycoon
Hamann’s 670-hp Tycoon Evo M takes the already outrageous X6 M totally over the top.
Wherein our author imagines himself in Europe watching BMW prepare for—and win!—the 1940 Gran Premio Brescia della Mille Miglia, the last big road race before World War II.
Street Legal…and Sold Out
To celebrate the M3’s 25th anniversary, BMW let us loose at Ascari in the limited-production M3 GTS. With each of 150 examples already sold, it was an extra-special day in a superlative BMW.
When More Isn’t Better
With a 300-hp engine mated to underwhelming suspension, the 135i Convertible makes an excellent argument for less power and better handling.
With 817 rear-wheel horsepower, Robert Henning’s HPF Stage 3 turbocharged E46 M3 represents overkill in its most absurd form imaginable…and it’s amazing.
Vintage at the Vineyards
With spectacular cars and Southern hospitality, it’s no wonder that Vintage at the Vineyards just keeps growing.
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