Articles about BMW M Performance

Brakes, wheels, tires, and body parts: BMW sportifies its fourth-gen SUV
Meet the Manhart MH5 700
If you think the latest, near-600hp BMW M5 seems a bit tame, then apparently-though surprisingly-you're not alone. This is the Manhart MH5 700, and as well as a bold carbon body kit, it's been turned well past
It lives up to its 'M' badge
This is the new BMW M5 Competition. Following the M2 Competition, it signals a new era where M Division's more focused products come as standalone models, as opposed to being Competition packs.If that sounds confusing, be assured the rest of
462hp V8 goodness
This is another one of those nearly M cars, isn't it? It is indeed: the M Performance treatment, which has turned out none too bad for the M140i, M240i and M760Li, forged into the shape of the new BMW 5-Series.
A different kind of M car
An M badge! Is this a hardcore BMW 7-Series, then? No. That's the wrong way to consider the new BMW M760Li. Although it has a 6.6-liter twin turbo V12 developing 602hp and 800Nm, can hit a 304kph top
Both classy and sporty
On its own, the all-new BMW 5-Series is the kind of luxury sedan that you'd expect to see being driven by the CEOs of the world. The kind of corporate bigwigs who have their own corner office about a
With louder exhausts and massive wings
BMW has used the SEMA show in Las Vegas to unveil some performance parts for the M3 and M4. And they're perfect if you wish for your medium-sized M Division sedan (or coupe) to shout a little louder than normal.
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