Articles about Bmw M3

“On a track, as always for an M car, the whole package comes alive”
This machine took 700 hours to complete
It's a perfect BMW sandwich. There's a 2800 CS on the outside and an S54 straight-six from the E46 M3 on the inside. One of the all-time great engines by any manufacturer, sitting in one of the best
It does the nil-to-century sprint in 3.5sec
BMW has a penchant for throwing M3 curveballs, and here's the latest-albeit less surprising-effort. This is the new four-wheel-drive BMW M3 (and M4) offering what can be sensibly described as...startling pace.Officially called the M3 Competition
“In its ability to deliver speed and composure, it’s a huge step up from its predecessor”
It's the new BMW M3, as if you couldn't tell. Still a twin-turbo straight six under the hood, still rear-wheel drive, still a simple four-door bodyshell-that much is carried over from its predecessor.Then we get
Those lightbars make all the difference
This is BMW's 2021 fleet of safety cars for the upcoming MotoGP season, and a chance to wheel out the new kids on the block. (No, you're suddenly humming along to Hangin' Tough.)The new M3 and M4 Competition cars
It’s gonna be a big year
We've already driven the prototype of Hyundai's first junior hot hatch, and we liked it plenty. If there's any car that has a chance of challenging the sublime Ford Fiesta ST for super-shopping car medals, it's South
Almost two decades on, it’s still one of the best M models ever made
Coupe, sport, lightweight. BMW has only applied the CSL badge to two cars in its history: the 3.0 CSL, a homologation hero nicknamed The Batmobile, and this oh-so-delicately styled special edition of the E46 BMW M3, introduced in 2003.
A DeLorean in anything other than bare stainless steel just looks weird
If you're going to shell out £115,000 (P7.29 million) for a tuned BMW 3-Series, you'd like your new toy to stand out a bit. The old M3 GTS (main image) had a V8 that was bored out
Now we get to the contemporary models
As truly difficult gigs go, working at Top Gear isn't so much 'deciding which houses to save in a bushfire' as 'deciding which mildly caustic simile to invoke about a new car.' It's a good gig. We admit it.But
Did you read the first installment?
As truly difficult gigs go, working at Top Gear isn't so much 'deciding which houses to save in a bushfire' as 'deciding which mildly caustic simile to invoke about a new car.' It's a good gig. We admit it.But
The greatest realization: We want one
Let's get straight to the juicy bit: Although Aston Martin refuses to do little more than raise a knowing eyebrow when you ask them directly, this car might look like a mega-money classic, but underneath it has the powertrain from
Here’s the first set out of 26 cars we’re ranking
As truly difficult gigs go, working at Top Gear isn't so much 'deciding which houses to save in a bushfire' as 'deciding which mildly caustic simile to invoke about a new car.' It's a good gig. We admit it.But
One of the few carmaker/fashion designer collaborations we’d willingly look at
We begin this story with a fashion designer called Ronnie Fieg. He is the owner of a posh fashiony-type brand called Kith, and Kith has collaborated with BMW to create a special-edition M4 Competition.Below is that car. Wary of
The tuner has made several different versions of the front end
Just recently, we asked whether it was possible to improve the face of the new BMW M3 and M4 simply by selecting the right spec in the newly available configurator. The answer from you lot was a resounding no, but luckily, Prior
It’s the little things
The beauty of life lies in its detail, at least according to a faintly nauseating meme we once read online.And thus, news of the shiny new BMW M3 and M4 filled our eyes with a plethora of details, of creases and
Let’s look beyond face value
That's 290kph. And even that is still electronically limited. Unfettered, and on the right tires, it'd go faster still. That's what's possible when the horsepower figure begins with a 5.There are two settings for engine sound. They
Following the launch of the all-new M3 and M4
Tradition dictates that soon as BMW launches a new car, it releases a slew of 'M Performance Parts'-accessories to augment the look and, says BMW, feel of your shiny new motor. Usually, it's things like skirts, spoilers, and alloy wheels.
In case you want a closer look at that massive grille
BMW made a splash with the recent unveiling of the M3 and M4. As a matter of fact, the Germans gave us a treat when they chose to pull the wraps off of both performance cars simultaneously. Neat.What wasn't a
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