The BMW 135i xDrive Will Adopt A More M-Look For The 2023 Model Year
Just like many other BMW models, the 1 Series is also about to receive a facelift version. Engineers in Munich, Germany, are very busy testing the new versions. If the latest set of spy shots only revealed the M135i - BMW’s take on the Mercedes-AMG A45 and the
today our spy photographers spotted different engine variants, ranging from the entry-level model to the BMW M135i xDrive performance versions on the road.
Watch The Heavier, Less Powerful BMW X5 Make A Mockery Of The Range Rover Velar!
Sam from ‘Sam CarLegion’ uploaded another drag race video on his YouTube channel, this time involving two big, all-wheel-drive SUVs. On one corner, we had the Range Rover Velar, and on the other, we had the BMW X5. On paper, the X5 was the underdog heading into the race because it is low on power and is the heavier of the two. But, it managed to make short work of the Velar. Amusing, right?
The 2023 BMW X7 Is The Lady Gaga Of The Automotive World
At this year’s New York Auto Show, BMW introduced its most anticipated luxury SUV - the X7 - which received a mid-cycle makeover. The 2023 model year comes with all the necessary changes to make it look modern for at least the next five years. Available in three models: the xDrive40i, the M60i, and the upcoming Alpina XB7, the entire X7 range is now powered by a mild-hybrid powertrain. The exterior design is not being taken seriously in the automotive world, but whether like it or not, it is the most aggressive-looking X7 to date. All the models now feature adaptive air suspension and an all-wheel-drive system. The interior is refreshed completely. You now get a new dashboard design with two curved screens which are reminiscent of the all-electric iX. As a whole package, the 2023 BMW X7 looks promising. It will compete with the Jeep Wagoneer and the Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class.
Formula Drift BMW M2 Attempts To Go Fast In a Straight Line, But A BMW 318is Time Attack Monster Has Something To Say About It
Hoonigan’s “This vs That” has given us some of the most epic drag race battle, we have ever seen. If a build is crazy fast and weird, it’s bound to show up on their channel, and this time, we have two very different BMWs squaring off against each other. The first bonkers machine is a BMW M2 Formula Drift car while the second one is a BMW E36, built specifically for Time Attack. Neither of the cars is meant to race on a drag strip, so it should be very interesting.
2022 Manhart MH5 800 Black Edition
While the world is waiting for the next-generation BMW M5 - a sports car that will offer a hybrid powertrain - Manhart focused its attention on the current M5 Competition. The new kit - called MH5 800 Black Edition - is all about offering more power under the hood, but there are a few changes offered for both, the exterior and the interior.
Why BMW Still Won’t Build an M7
BMW just revealed the all-new 7 Series, with the all-new i7 taking the center stage as the brand’s largest and most powerful EV to date. One of the craziest features is the new 31-inch theatre display in the rear seat, but a lot of people are having a hard time looking past the larger-than-life grille. Now that the new 7 Series and i7 have been detailed to the fullest, people are starting to wonder whether or not there will be an M7 or, perhaps, an i7 M.
15 Iconic Performance Cars, The 2022 Toyota GR Corolla Would Have No Trouble Keeping Up With
The 2022 Toyota GR Corolla is the latest and most anticipated hot hatchback to come out. We know it has a 300-horsepower version of the 1.6-liter turbocharged inline-three from the GR Yaris and shares the same GR-Four all-wheel-drive system. While we don’t have official performance figures, we know that the smaller, less powerful GR Yaris can reach from 0 to 60 mph (97 km/h) in as little as 4.6 seconds. This means that Toyota’s new hot-hatch will be able to keep up with the following iconic performance cars, we enthusiasts lust after.
2023 BMW 7-Series "The First Edition"
BMW Japan is celebrating the launch of the new-generation 7 Series with a special "The First Edition" series. Customers can already place orders for the special edition, but the deliveries will begin in the fourth quarter of 2022.
The new 7-Series “The First Edition” will be based on three different models: the 740i Excellence, the 740i M Sport, and the electric i7 xDrive60 Excellence. Each will be limited to 50 copies, for a total production run of 150 copies.
Would the BMW 7 Series Look Better Without Split Headlights?
The luxury cinema on wheels, that is the new 2023 BMW 7 Series, is nothing if not controversial. Its front-end design is so polarizing that it falls into the love-it or hate-it category with absolutely no middle ground. Naturally, keyboard warriors and digital artists have been going crazy since the new 7 Series was revealed, and now we’ve come across a rendering that actually does the 7 Series a bit of justice. So, would it look better without the split headlights? Actually, yes it really would.
Is The Future Of Rear Seat Entertainment In Automobiles?
Earlier this week, BMW and Audi unveiled a couple of cars. While BMW unveiled a full-fledged production car; the all-new 2023 7 Series, Audi debuted the last in the trio of its ’Sphere concepts’ the Urbansphere. concept. Both Bavarian brands have some pretty cutting-edge tech on their top drawer models. But, what I want to draw your attention to is the rear screen situation.
Once Again, BMW Goes On the Defensive About its Horribly Awesome Big Grilles
It has happened. BMW has taken the 7 Series and made it as hideous as physically possible. Or, perhaps, it made it more beautiful that ever. I guess it depends on your perspective, but one thing we can all agree on is that there is no middle ground – just like the BMW X4 and X6, you either love it or you despise it. Regardless of what side you fall on, though, it’s okay, because if you don’t like it, it’s quite literally not designed for you and BMW doesn’t care about your opinion.
2023 BMW i7
BMW has just unveiled the new, seventh-generation 7 Series. Completely new from the ground up, the main highlight of the new 7 Series range is the fully-electric i7. Competing squarely against the Mercedes-Benz EQS full-size electric luxury sedan, the i7 looks more traditional compared to its bulbous rival. Stick on to find out whether the BMW i7 is perfect for you, or if the Mercedes-Benz EQS is a more convincing electric luxo-barge.