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Check out the BMW M4 CSL in All Its Glory

Check out the BMW M4 CSL in All Its Glory

The BMW M4 CSL is coming along nicely and should live up to the name

BMW used the CSL moniker last time in 2004 with the E46 generation M3. Now, the CSL name, which stands for “Coupe Sport Leichtbau” or “Coupe Sport Lightweight” will return with the G82 generation, BMW M4. The car was caught testing again, and this time our spy photographers were able to get even closer and take some pictures of the interior.

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Vorsteiner's Aero Kit Aims To Fix The BMW M3 And M4's Grille

Vorsteiner’s Aero Kit Aims To Fix The BMW M3 And M4’s Grille

Maybe this is the aesthetic fix you’ve been looking for

While the current BMW M3 and M4 are still relatively new cars as they haven’t even reached two years in their life cycle, it seems like these high-performance cars have already existed for way longer due to how much people are still talking about its schnoz. Thankfully, Vorsteiner may have a fix for that.

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SVE Oletha Is The High-Performance Z8 BMW Never Made

SVE Oletha Is The High-Performance Z8 BMW Never Made

Did SVE make the perfect BMW? This BMW Z8-lookalike is actually a Z4 with an M3 GTS V-8 Engine stuffed in It

For better or worse (definitely worse), it seems that old-school performance cars with driver engagement in mind will be built by boutique manufacturers and in very small numbers. Although we occasionally get cars like the Toyota GR86 and Nissan Z, modern cars keep getting heavier, more complicated, and more artificial. With that being said, Smith Vehicle Engineering (SVE) has taken a BMW Z4 E86 and has done something remarkable with it.

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BMW M5 Hybrid Spied Again - Is BMW Trying to Rush Development?

BMW M5 Hybrid Spied Again - Is BMW Trying to Rush Development?

Spied once again, the M5 hybrid is being quite the tease.

or padding, these pictures are more detailed than the previous set we’ve published. The padding on the bumper is apparently hiding a set of fairly aggressive corner vents and, while the grille won’t be massive, it does look like it’ll have a notched metting with the front hood. If you look closely, you can also see the muscular body lines of the hood, even though they are padded and won’t be quite so dominating when the camo comes off.

As of now, there’s not much else to report. The M5 Hybrid is expected to be a PHEV, and should offer somewhere in the area of 30 miles of all-electric range. The combined use of the hybrid system should offer a nice performance boost over the ICE-only model but can also be used to improve fuel economy as well during periods of cruising. Given the shape and design of the charging port door, we can tell that comes directly from the 545e xDrive, which means the M5 Hybrid could sport a similar powertrain.

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Zacoe Has MAde the BMW 8 Series and M8 Sportier Than Ever

Zacoe Has MAde the BMW 8 Series and M8 Sportier Than Ever

The BMW 8 Series and M8 already look good to begin with

If there’s one BMW that at least to our eyes is truly beautiful, that would be the 8 Series. Its long, elegant design and classic grand tourer (GT) proportions make it one of the most elegant modern BMWs to date. Yet Zacoe thinks there’s still room for improvement, and so they released a set of body kits for both the 8 Series and the M8 Gran Coupé.

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Is It Fair To Pit A Full-Blown Audi RS Performance Model Against A BMW M440i Gran Coupe?

Is It Fair To Pit A Full-Blown Audi RS Performance Model Against A BMW M440i Gran Coupe?

Can an Audi RS5 beat the BMW M440i, or will the latter embarrass the performance Audi model?

Mat Watson from ‘Carwow’ brought two German beasts to the drag strip for another fascinating race. This time, it’s the Audi RS5 versus the BMW M440i Gran Coupe. While the M440i is a sporty version of a regular trim, the RS5 is a full-blown performance model. The latter even makes more power and weighs less. Do you think the BMW stands a chance here?

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This 1988 BMW E24 M6 Is An Awesome Attainable Classic

This 1988 BMW E24 M6 Is An Awesome Attainable Classic

Fancy a classic BMW M6? This one can be yours for a a very reasonable price

We love scouting attainable classic cars and this one is the latest to grab our attention – a 1988 BMW M635CSi, which in North America is simply known as the M6. The E24 generation, often called “the shark nose” can easily be considered one of the most iconic BMW models ever made. It also shared an engine (sort of) with the mid-engine BMW M1 (E26). With this in mind, the website colelctingcars.com has a very interesting listing of a 1988 BMW M6, which we think is worth the look.

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Did Zacoe Do A Good Job In Improving The BMW M3 And M4's Looks?

Did Zacoe Do A Good Job In Improving The BMW M3 And M4’s Looks?

Not a fan of the BMW M3 and M4’s looks? Well, take a look at what Zacoe has in store for you.

The current BMW M3 and M4 are some of the brand’s most controversially-designed cars to date. So if you’re part of the crowd that does not like the way the two cars look, then Zacoe (probably) has a fix for you.

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This V-8-Swapped BMW 1M Coupe Might Be The Perfect Driver's Car

This V-8-Swapped BMW 1M Coupe Might Be The Perfect Driver’s Car

Does a V-8 engine swap ruin the BMW 1M Coupe’s driving dynamics or does it enhance them? Mike Fernie from DriveTribe finds out

BMW’s slogan is “Sheer driving pleasure” and in reality, most of what has come from the brand’s M-division has managed to live up to those words. The BMW 1M Coupe, in particular, was praised by many, including Jeremy Clarkson, for being one of the best driver’s cars, ever made. However, someone decided that’s not good enough and tore out the 3.0-liter, turbocharged inline-six for a much bigger V-8. Is this individual insane or is he/she on to something? Mike Fernie from DriveTribe takes it for a spin to find out.

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Watch A Porsche Panamera Take On A BMW M5 CS, An AMG E63, And An Audi RS6 In A Drag Race

Watch A Porsche Panamera Take On A BMW M5 CS, An AMG E63, And An Audi RS6 In A Drag Race

All the cars are powered by a V-8 engine and make north of 2,500 horses combined!

Mat Watson and his team from ’Carwow’ got four cars to the drag strip for an all-German drag race. The contenders included the Audi RS6, the BMW M5 CS, the Mercedes-AMG E63, and the Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid. All the cars feature V-8 engines and two turbochargers. The Porsche goes in the races with a slight advantage, thanks to the electric motor assisting the engine and helping it make the most horses here. But, it’s a double-edged sword as the motor and batteries make it the heaviest. Which car do you think will dominate the races?

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Drag Race: Porsche 911 Carrera vs BMW M3 Competition - Which Car Will Claim Supremacy?

Drag Race: Porsche 911 Carrera vs BMW M3 Competition - Which Car Will Claim Supremacy?

Is the entry-level Porsche 911 fast enough to beat the more powerful, top-spec BMW M3?

The Porsche 911 is known to be a driver’s car. Lately, we’ve seen various 911 models dominate the drag strip as well. But, is the base 911 Carrera also in the same league? Mat Watson from Carwow finds out by pitting it against the BMW M3 Competition for a series of straight-line races. The BMW makes 125 horses more than the Porsche, but it is also almost 500 pounds heavier. Which car do you think will win?

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Watch A Mercedes-AMG SLS Indulge In An Epic Drag Race With A BMW M3 Competition

Watch A Mercedes-AMG SLS Indulge In An Epic Drag Race With A BMW M3 Competition

It’s a naturally aspirated V-8 vs a forced induction straight-six

The Mercedes-AMG SLS is an iconic machine and it will go down in the history books as one of the most legendary monikers to have ever graced us. It isn’t just about that long hood or the gullwing doors; the car is a beast on the track. The folks at Carwow pit it against a BMW M3 Competition to set up a naturally aspirated V-8 vs a twin-turbo straight-six. Do you think the SLS has in it to take down the turbocharged M3?

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2021 Manhart MH8 700 Cabriolet

2021 Manhart MH8 700 Cabriolet

710 horsepower and an aggressive look is what the M850i needed to make you forget about the M8

With 617 horsepower under the hood the M8 Convertible is a car many BMW fans dream about. However, the M8 Convertible is also an expensive car: prices start from $142,500 for the base version and from $155,500 for the competition one.

There is also the option to go with the M850i Convertible and pay $109,400. For the extra money, you can go to Manhart and ask for an upgrade. Its latest MH8 700 does just that: takes the M850i and transforms it into a mean looking car, with a lot more power than the M8.

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Watch A BMW M3 Competition RWD Take On An M3 Competition xDrive On The Drag Strip

Watch A BMW M3 Competition RWD Take On An M3 Competition xDrive On The Drag Strip

The RWD BMW M3 Competition isn’t as quick as the xDrive model, but the lighter weight plays to its advantage

Mat Watson from ‘Carwow’ brought two BMW M3 Competitions to the drag strip for a series of drag races. The only difference between these two cars is their drive layout. One is a rear-wheel-drive model, whereas the other features an all-wheel-drive system. On paper, the M3 Competition RWD is almost half a second slower to 60 mph from a standstill. Will that play a huge role in determining the winner of this race? Let’s find out.

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Watch The Audi RS5 And The Nissan GT-R Get Their Asses Whooped By A BMW M4 Competition!

Watch The Audi RS5 And The Nissan GT-R Get Their Asses Whooped By A BMW M4 Competition!

This drag race shows that the BMW M4 Competition xDrive should never be taken for granted

Thomas and James from ‘Throttle House’ organized an all-wheel-drive drag race that had some big names racing against each other. The contenders included an Audi RS5, a BMW M4 xDrive, and a Nissan GT-R. On paper, the GT-R makes the most power, but will that translate to a clean sweep over its German counterparts?

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This Is What Happens When The BMW M3 Competition and The Audi RS5 Sportback Take On A 2011 Mercedes-AMG C63 Black Series

This Is What Happens When The BMW M3 Competition and The Audi RS5 Sportback Take On A 2011 Mercedes-AMG C63 Black Series

The drag race between these three German cars is as unpredictable as it can get

The ‘Carwow’ team brought in three hot German cars to the drag strip for a series of drag and rolling races. The contenders this time were the Audi RS5 Sportback, the BMW M3 Competition, and the Mercedes-AMG C63 Black Series. They all have different characteristics, and that is what makes the races unpredictable? Which car do you think is going to win?

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