Thursday, December 13, 2012
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
The McLaren F1, a supercar conceived by Gordon Murray and manufactured by McLaren Automotive from 1992-1998 in Woking of Surrey in England is still an icon in the world of supercars today. BMW M Division Engine Expert Paul Rosche designed a 6.1L V12 Engine called BMW S70/2 at 618 horsepower, the road going version of the McLaren F1 has a torque output of 480ft-lb at 5600 rpm and redlines at 7500 rpm. The Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic monocoque chassis structure is is light giving this car a power to weight ratio of 550hp per ton (Compared to a modern day Ferrari Enzo which is only at 434 hp per ton) The McLaren F1 boasts 0-60 mph in 3.2 seconds with a Top Speed of 391 km/h with the limiter removed. As a tribute to this iconic BMW powered Supercar, read more for a Gallery and Specs.
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
The E90 BMW M3 took over the duties of the BMW E60 M5 as the Ring Taxi at the Nurburgring at the end of 2010 when the Production of E60 BMW M5 ended. It is 2012 and the boss is back! The BMW F10 M5 Ring taxi is back at Nurburgring and looking great! Read more for a fantastic on board video from UberMPower and a gallery from M5post. This is one of the many fantastic reasons to do a European delivery.
Saturday, March 10, 2012
Have a look at this! If you haven't seen it already here are this year's BMW M Performance parts for the new BMW 3-Series (F30) and the BMW 5-Series (F10) and for folks reading this post from Europe for the 1-Series (F20) as well. BMW M Performance parts are developed alongside BMW M Engineers and Designers for optimal performance and visual upgrades. All BMW M Performance Parts are wind-tunnel tested at BMW AeroLab for best performance when fitted to your BMW.
BMW M Performance parts are designed phase begins as soon as the vehicle production process is completed. All M Performance parts produced with real carbon fiber material. The BMW M Exhausts is sound engineered in a BMW Sound Lab to achieve the most desirable sound when heard from both the exterior and interior.