The BMW F82 M4 is the latest incarnation of the Bavarian car maker’s successful high-performance sedan model. It comes equipped with a 3.0 liter BMW TwinPower Turbo engine. It develops 420 horsepower powering the rear wheels, thanks to a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission with paddle shifters. A nice combination, which allows the vehicle to accelerate from 0-62mph (0-100kph) in just 3.8 seconds and achieve an electronically limited top speed of 155mph (250kph) as well – or 182 mph (293 kph) if you unlock it. This particular M4 has been equipped with a bevvy of Vorsteiner aftermarket parts. These feature the Vorsteiner V-FF 103 wheels, GTS Aero
Today, BMW has released further information and details of the new BMW 7 Series, nicely showcased in a teaser video.
Nearly two million BMW (ETR: BMW) 1 Series models have been sold since the introduction of the first 1 Series generation ten years ago. When it was introduced, the 1 Series raised a few concerns, especially with the conservative BMW customer group in more ways than one. Some even went as far as stating it will be a failure even before it’s sales started. They were wrong. And we are glad they were. The BMW 1 Series brings a dash of luxury, performance and a great premium feeling to the hatchback world. It features well-known BMW build quality, alongside performance and efficiency oriented engines. All
This stunning Melbourne Red BMW 6 Series has been equipped with a set of Vossen Wheels.
The 2016 BMW 7 Series is coming with a half digital and half analogue display, adding a somewhat interesting solution to the upcoming model.
A startup called Star Engines has developed JERR.E as a range extender for electric and plug in hybrid vehicles.
After the success with other hybrid models, BMW has released the new BMW X5 xDrive40e plug-in hybrid model.
Check out this photoshoot of the Vorsteiner BMW GTRS4 Widebody mod.
Intel dramatically reduced its involvement in BMW Sauber F1 team, decreasing sponsorship from nine spots to only two on the newly presented F1.09 car.
Growing trend in the IT industry is talk about exclusiveness and how some companies and parts of the market are going to die. However, the world, and especially the IT industry actually operates on the different principle – inclusiveness.
Two weeks ago, a very high, S-level exec from the automotive industry asked me about upcoming technologies, since he didn’t understand the importance of new interfaces that are coming in mainstream computing. I was shocked, since operating the car interface while driving should require minimum attention. Drive on the highway in Germany at 150 mph and play with BMW’s i-Drive, Mercedes’es non-touch COMMAND or Audi’s Futuremark-designed MMI3D and you’ll see where you feel the safest (hint, the one that cannot be benchmarked, but still comes from a benchmark maker ;-). There is an obvious need for development of true user-friendly computer interfaces. In this long