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PostHeaderIcon Bad News for BMW purists: Next M3 and M4 Could Go AWD

First introduced in 1985, the BMW M3 quickly became known as “the ultimate driving machine.” The German brand exploited the term for more than three decades now, but a lot of BMW enthusiasts agree that the newer M3 and M4 are no longer the driver’s car that the first generation cars used to be, mostly due to being loaded with too much technology and driver aids. Whether this is true or not is a matter of how you look at modern sports cars, but old-school gearheads won’t be happy to learn that the next-generation M3 and M4 could go all-wheel-drive.

The news comes from Car Magazine, which claims that the M3 is set to take the same path as the M5, which was recently unveiled with standard all-wheel-drive. Since the M3 and M4 share the same underpinnings, the two-door coupe will also distribute power to all corners. As BMW pointed it out a few months back, the new-generation M5 was first engineered as a traditional, RWD sedan. But the company soon realized that the M5 didn’t handle longitudinal acceleration, and it decided to go with an all-wheel-drive layout. With the next-generation M3 looking to push the envelope well beyond that of the current model, AWD is likely to become a viable option for the compact too.

Continue reading for the full story.

No Need to Panic Yet


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“Although nearly all reports suggest that the M3 could go AWD, the switch might not be as radical as the M5's.”

Although nearly all reports suggest that the M3 could go AWD, the switch might not be as radical as the M5’s. While the latter comes standard with all-wheel-drive, the M3 could get xDrive as an option. Which should keep diehard enthusiasts happy. However, with Audi offering standard Quattro systems in the RS4 and RS5, it wouldn’t be completely shocking for the M3 and M4 to become AWD-only cars. On the flipside, this move would leave the Mercedes-AMG C63 as the only high-performance, German-made premium compact with rear-wheel-drive. It’s definitely a tough decision. An AWD M3 will bring superior performance and handling but would put an end to three decades of rear-wheel-drive tradition. And needless to say, it would upset BMW purists.

The next-generation M3 and M4 are expected to carry on with a new version of the twin-turbo, 3.0-liter inline-six engine, which could develop close to 500 horsepower. The eight-speed automatic could become the only transmission option if the compact switches to AWD. At the same time, if RWD remains an option, it could be restricted to a manual transmission.

The new M3 is expected to launch sometime in 2020. The next-generation 3 Series will probably arrive by the end of 2018.

References

BMW M3


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Read our full review on the 2017 BMW M3.

BMW M4


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Read our full review on the 2018 BMW M4.

PostHeaderIcon BMW M3 CS

2018 BMW M3 CS

Introduced in 2014, the latest-generation BMW M3 set new benchmarks in the premium compact sedan segment. However, things changed when Mercedes-Benz launched the AMG C63, which unlike the Bimmer still had a V-8 engine and arrived in dealerships with significantly more power. And while the M3 fell behind the competition in terms of performance, the M4 was enabled to keep up and even raise above its rivals thanks to the GTS and CS limited-edition models. Fortunately, the M3 also received the attention it deserves in 2017 with the CS package, a club sport-style upgrade that makes it more suitable for track use, but without taking it over the top with the extreme rear wing of the GTS.

Essentially an M4 CS with the extra door and the longer rear roof, the M3 CS is a slightly more practical proposition in the CS lineup. Not only it misses the roll-cage available with the coupe, it also provides seating for up to five people, which maintains it in the family car market. Of course, no one will really buy it as a family car, but it doesn’t force customers to use it a two-seater only. More good news comes from the availability department, as the M3 CS is slated to come to the United States. On the other, production will be limited to a little over 1,000 units, with less than half set to cross the pond to North America. And much like the M4 CS, it will be significantly more expensive than the the standard M3. But more about that in the review below.

Continue reading to learn more about the BMW M3 CS.

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Exterior

  • CFRP and carbon aero parts
  • New bumper with larger intakes
  • Gurney flap rear spoiler
  • Aggressive diffuser
  • Stainless-steel exhaust pipes
  • Shadow Line black trim package
  • DTM-inspired wheels

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“Not surprisingly, the M3 CS is identical to the M4 CS, save for the extra rear doors and the longer roof”

Not surprisingly, the M3 CS is identical to the M4 CS, save for the 3 Series-specific features such as the extra rear doors and the longer roof. The fact that the presentation model is finished in Lime Rock Grey Metallic, the same color as the M4 CS introduction car, makes the similarities between the two Bimmers that much more evident. So we’re looking at the similar CS updates, which are heavily based on those on seen on the M4 GTS.

Up front, the sedan’s looks and aerodynamics were enhanced by means of a front splitter made from exposed carbon-fiber and a revised apron with larger intakes that improve engine and braking system cooling. The standard engine hood was ditched in favor of a carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic unit with a massive bulge in the middle and additional vents. On top of looking more aggressive, it’s also around 25 percent lighter than that of the regular M3. The CS look is rounded off by black trim instead of chrome, which comes with the standard Shadow Line package.


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“The forged, light-alloy wheels with ten-spoke design is inspired by DTM racing”

Onto the sides, the CS retains the usual M3 design elements, but the same Shadow Line package adds black window trim, lower mirror caps and door handles. In addition, it rides on special forged, light-alloy wheels with a ten-spoke design borrowed from the M4 DTM race car. Finished in Orbit Grey Matt, they blend almost seamlessly with the exterior paint and probably provide a great contrast with the other color options.

Around back, there’s a Gurney lid spoiler made from carbon-fiber. The aerodynamic element, which helps reduce rear axle lift, is taken from the M4 CS. Although not as aggressive as the big wing seen on the M4 GTS, it’s better suited for the sedan’s classier, Club Sport look. The CS also shares the OLED taillights, the rear diffuser, and the carbon-fiber-reinforced (CFRP) diffuser with its coupe counterpart. The four exhaust pipes are made from stainless-steel.


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“The Gurney lid spoiler made from carbon-fiber helps reduce rear axle lift”

As far as paint options go, the M3 CS is finished in Alpine White as standard. However, customers can also opt for either San Marino Blue Metallic, Lime Rock Grey Metallic (pictured), Frozen Dark Blue II Metallic or Black Sapphire Metallic.

All told, the M3 CS is nearly as aggressive as the bonkers M4 GTS, missing only the race-inspired rear wing. It’s by far the most aggressive iteration of the current 3 Series and it’s definitely more menacing to look at than the already iconic M3 CSL.

Exterior Dimensions

Wheelbase (Inches) 110.70
Length (Inches) 183.89
Width (Inches) 73.89
Height (Inches) 56.06
Track, front/rear (Inches) 62.16/63.14

Interior

  • Two-tone Merino leather
  • Alcantara inserts
  • “CS” graphics and lettering
  • Gray contrast stitching
  • M sports steering wheel
  • M sports seats
  • No roll-cage like the M4 CS
  • Standard Harman Kardon sound system

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“The interior of the M4 CS was transferred inside the sedan with all of its exclusive features”

The interior of the M4 CS was transferred inside the sedan with all of its exclusive features. The cabin is almost entirely black, draped in Merino leather and Alcantara. The upper dash if wrapped in black leather with grey stitching, but the area above and around the center stack is dressed in Alcantara. Light gray “CS” lettering adds exclusivity to the dashboard. More light gray stitching is found around the glove compartment and trickles down into the center console, which features a good amount of Alcantara. The seats are the only features that aren’t completely black. Here, the black side bolsters are complemented by Silverstone center sections. That’s light grey with a dash of silver.


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“Unlike the M4 CS, the sedan doesn’t have a roll cage fitted in the back”

The seats are M sports units and are borrowed from the M3 Competition Package. The steering wheel is of the same variety and features exclusive, anthracite-colored Alcantara and a silver stripe at the 12 o’clock position. The door sills feature special strips with “M3 CS” lettering. Despite being a track-oriented model, the sedan is equipped with a full range of convenience features, including automatic climate control, a navigation system, and a Harman Kardon surround sound system. Unlike the M4 CS, the sedan doesn’t have a roll cage fitted in the back. So you get a bit more everyday practicality.

Drivetrain

  • Beefed-up six-cylinder engine
  • 453 horsepower
  • 443 pound-feet of torque
  • 0 to 60 mph in 3.7 seconds
  • Top speed increase from 155 to 174 mph
  • Standard M Driver’s Package
  • Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires
  • Optional M Carbon Ceramic brakes

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“Output was increased to 453 horsepower and 443 pound-feet of torque”

Just like the M4 CS, the M3 CS gets its juice from a beefed-up version of the twin-turbo, 3.0-liter inline-six engine found in the standard sedan. Output was increased to 453 horsepower (460 PS) and 443 pound-feet of torque, which accounts for an extra 28 horses and 37 pound-feet over the regular M3. All that oomph goes to the wheels through the proven, seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and enables the sedan to hit 60 mph from a standing start in 3.7 seconds, two tenths quicker than the stock model. Top speed increased from the standard 155-mph rating to 174 mph thanks to the M Driver’s Package, which comes standard with the CS badge.


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“The six-cylinder engine features BMW latest drivetrain technology, including high-precision direct injection”

The six-cylinder engine features BMW latest drivetrain technology, including high-precision direct injection, Valvetronic variable valve lift, and Double-VANOS fully variable camshaft timing control. As a result, it has a maximum engine speed rated at 7,600, close to GT-spec race cars. The oil supply system is another technical highlight, having been designed with input from motorsport engineers. The magnesium oil pump keeps the engine lubricated under longitudinal and lateral forces of up to 1.4 g, enabling the M3 CS to tackle extreme driving maneuvers at the race track. The new exhaust pipe provides lower back-pressure for enhanced power, while a new system of flaps provide optimum feedback on the engine’s load state for a sporty exhaust note.

Just like the M4 CS, the sedan comes standard with the Adaptive M Suspension. This puts three modes at the driver’s disposal – Comfort, Sport, and Sport + — each using different damper and steering settings. There’s also an Active M Differential, a limited-slip unit that further enhances stability and traction. It’s pretty obvious that the M3 CS is largely an M3 Competition Package underneath, but there are a few extras to consider, including more rigid axles and revised double-joint front spring struts and five-link rear axle.


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“The forged wheels are wrapped in Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires for increased grip”

The forged wheels are wrapped in Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires for increased grip, while stopping power is provided by BMW M compound brakes with four-piston calipers at the front and two-piston units to the rear. However, these can be updated to BMW M Carbon Ceramic brakes, which feature six-piston calipers at the front and four-piston calipers at the rear.

There’s no word yet on whether the M3 CS completed blistering Nurburgring lap – the M4 CS did it in 7:38 minutes, but it’s safe to assume that the sedan was also tested on the German track. And I’m sure it would be almost as quick, which would put it on par with cars like the Lexus LFA and the Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera.

Drivetrain Specifications

Config/No of cyls/valves Inline/6/4
Engine technology M TwinPower Turbo technology: two mono-scroll turbochargers, High Precision Direct Injection, VALVETRONIC fully variable valve lift, Double-VANOS variable camshaft timing
Effective capacity 2,979 cc
Stroke/bore 89.6/84.0 MM
Compression ratio :1 10.2
Horsepower 453 HP @ 6,250
Torque 443 LB-FT @ 4,000 – 5,380 RPM
Transmission 7-speed M Double Clutch Transmission (M DCT) with Drivelogic
0 to 60 mph 3.7 seconds
Top Speed 174 mph

Prices

  • Limited to 1,200 units
  • Only 550 to be sold in the U.S.

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Pricing information for the M3 CS is not yet available, but BMW did say that order books will open starting May 2018. The German carmaker also said that production will be limited to approximately 1,200 units worldwide, with “approximately 550 units coming to the U.S.” It’s a bit awkward that production numbers aren’t specific at this point, but hey, I’m not here to comment on BMW’s marketing strategy. Expect the sedan to retail from around $100,000 before options, a hefty increase compared to the standard M3, which retails from $65,500.

Competition

Mercedes-AMG C63


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Unlike BMW, Mercedes didn’t bother to make limited-edition versions of the AMG C63. At least not the kind that brings more power and improved aerodynamics to the table. However, because the C63 is available with two power outputs, one of which is significantly more powerful than the M3 CS, the Stuttgart-designed sedan qualifies as a solid competitor for this Bimmer. More specifically, while the standard C63 uses a 4.0-liter V-8 rated at 469 horsepower and 479 pound-feet of torque, which is still more than the M3 CS, the C63 S has it engine uprated to 503 horses and 516 pound-feet of twist. The extra horsepower makes up for the lack of motorsport-style aerodynamic as they push the Merc to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds, a tenth-second slower, but top speed is rated at 155 mph. But while you don’t get the performance and the extra features of the M3 CS, you do get an aggressive looking sedan with a fancy interior and state-of-the-art tech. What’s more, the AMG C63 S is significantly more affordable, retailing from $73,700.

Read our full story of the 2017 Mercedes-AMG C63.

Conclusion


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With the M4 having already spawned GTS and CS versions, it was a bit surprising that the M3 didn’t get a limited-edition variant in all these years on the market. But BMW finally did the right thing and gave the sedan the higher performance treatment. It’s a bit late to the party, but at least the German firm didn’t completely ignore the nameplate. Granted, most higher performance upgrades are associated with the coupe version of the previous M3 generations, but the sedan is just as important and ignoring it won’t be good for business. The fact that the Mercedes-AMG C63 significantly more powerful than the stock M3 in both trim shouldn’t have been enough to motivate BMW to act in this direction, more so with Audi still not offering a sedan version of the RS4. But, as I said, better late than never. I’m still a bit disappointed that there’s no M3 GTS to talk about, but I can understand that a high winged sedan isn’t a priority for BMW right now. What matters is that the M3 CS is more exclusive and more track oriented than any of its competitors. And this should keep enthusiasts happy.

  • Leave it
    • Awfully expensive compared to regular M3
    • Limited production run
    • The AMG C63 is still the more powerful choice

References

BMW M3


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Read our full review on the 2017 BMW M3.

BMW M4


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Read our full review on the 2018 BMW M4 CS.



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PostHeaderIcon 2018 BMW M3 CS Unveiled

BMW just unveiled its latest special edition for the M3. Dubbed the CS, the new German rocket seeks to combine everyday driveability and luxury with even greater performance potential courtesy of its M Division boffins.

Kicking it off is more muscle from the 3.0-liter, turbocharged inline six-cylinder. Peak output is now rated at 453 horsepower at 6,250 rpm and 443 pound-feet of torque at 4,000 rpm, an increase of 28 ponies and 37 pound-feet respectively. Redline is set at 7,600 rpm. All told, the CS is both quicker and faster than the standard M3, doing the 0-to-60 mph shimmy in 3.7 seconds and topping out at an electronically limited 174 mph. Making the good noises is an M Sports exhaust system with special sound tuning exclusive to the CS model. Routing the muscle to the rear is a seven-speed double-clutch gearbox with launch control and paddle shifters.

Outside, you’ll find a generous helping of carbon fiber-reinforced plastic (CFRP), which was added to the roof, front splitter, rear diffuser, and Gurney flap, cutting as much as 110 pounds from the car’s curb weight. That makes it sprightly, especially with the unique tuning for the springs and dampers. Standard spec includes Adaptive M Suspension components, which offer a variety of driving modes ranging between Comfort and Sport. An Active M Differential was added as well. The wheel design was inspired by DTM racers, and come staggered at 20 inches in back and 19 inches in front. Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires make the traction, while optional carbon ceramic brakes haul it down.

There’s new stuff inside as well, with Alacantara upholstery and two-tone Merino leather in Silverstone and black. M Sport seats, automatic climate control, and a Harman Kardon stereo keep it civil.

The 2018 BMW M3 CS will be offered globally, but is limited at 1,200 units total, only 550 of which will come stateside. Order books open May of 2018. Pricing is thus far unannounced.

PostHeaderIcon BMW M3 30 Years American Edition

1987 was a special year for BMW fans here in the US. That was the year the M3 first came to our shores. Since then, Bimmer’s resident performance sedan has carved up a legacy that’s without peer, so much so that we’re all getting a treat from BMW with the presentation of the super exclusive M3 30 Years America Edition at the 2017 SEMA Auto Show. It really doesn’t get as exclusive as this one because, quite literally, there will only be one of its kind in the world.

The M3 30 Years America Edition actually starts its life as a standard manual-transmission M3 that’s dressed up in BMW’s Competition Package. But, that’s where any semblance to a standard M3 ends. Everything else about it is exclusive to the theme of the car, which is to say that it received plenty of red, white, and blue treatment in both the exterior and interior. This is as all-American as a BMW M3 can get, at least to the point that bald eagle badges wouldn’t have been out of place in it. It’s unclear at this point how much BMW plans to sell the M3 30 Years America Edition for, though it did say that it will be available once the SEMA Auto Show ends. My money’s on it being auctioned off with the proceeds going to a charity here in the U.S., but don’t be surprised if Bimmer feels generous enough to simply raffle the sedan off. The latter would be an ideal scenario for folks like me because if it’s auctioned off, expect the bids to come hot and heavy, maybe even reach six figures under the best of conditions.

Continue reading to learn more about the BMW M3 30 years America Edition

What makes the BMW M3 30 Years America Edition special


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“The exterior is striking with the Frozen Red II Metallic shade”

There are a lot of things to like about the BMW M3 30 Years America Edition, including the theme and how BMW went about it implementing it. The exterior is striking with the Frozen Red II Metallic shade. The inclusion of “II” in its nomenclature is intended to convey the paint’s exclusivity, which came to life at the hands of the talented people over at BMW Group Designworks. In addition, the M3 30 Years America Edition also gets a carbon fiber reinforced polymer roof, which also features the same Frozen Red Metallic II paint. More cosmetic goodies come in the form of a 30th Anniversary graphic located on the rear sunshade of the sedan. This particular addition is important to enhance the sedan’s one-off exclusivity and separate itself from every other M3 in the world today. Speaking of exclusivity, the one-off M3’s wheels are also of the super limited variety. The alloy wheels measure 19 inches in the front and 20 inches in the rear and are finished in an exclusive touch of gold. It’s the only set of wheels that will get this kind of treatment, so it’s in good company with the equally rare red paint finish on the body.


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“We get a good number of M Performance parts, none more prominent than the carbon fiber rear wing at the back”

On the aerodynamic side of the upgrades, we get a good number of M Performance parts, none more prominent than the carbon fiber rear wing at the back. M Performance side skirts are also included, as are functional bits like the new exhaust system, titanium rear silencer, and on the suspension side of things, a completely new adjustable sports suspension until that feature red coil springs.

The exterior carries with it an extensive list of upgrades, but as good as that section got it from BMW, the M3’s interior is the real star of this show. If you’re digging the all-American theme of the M3, you’re going to dig the interior. Quite literally, there’s enough red, white, and blue surfaces in it to make Uncle Sam weep with pride.


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“The seats feature a base Opal White surface, with added Mugello Red Merino stripes and Fjord Blue Merino sections”

Take the seats, for example. The feature a base Opal White surface, but instead of keeping it just that way, BMW added Mugello Red Merino stripes and Fjord Blue Merino sections to really bring out the patriotic theme of the interior. A 30th Anniversary graphic on the headrests is another nice touch and completing the whole setup are a few black leather appointments scattered throughout the cabin.

There are no significant engine upgrades on the M3 30 Years America Edition but with the car sporting the Competition Package, that means that the M3’s 3.0-liter inline-six engine gets an extra 14 horsepower from the standard unit, resulting in an output of 444 horsepower and 406 pound-feet of torque. The engine is mated to a standard six-speed manual transmission, allowing it to sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 4.1 seconds.


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“The engine is mated to a standard six-speed manual transmission, allowing it to sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 4.1 seconds”

We’ll know soon enough exactly how much this one-off BMW M3 30 Years America Edition is going to cost, but for those who are looking to get a baseline amount, the standard M3 fitted with a Competition Package sells for $71,200. Considering its status as a one-off and the theme behind it, it’s almost a certainty that we’re looking at a price here that will exceed $100,000. Whatever it is, those who are interested will need to have their checkbooks in hand.

References

BMW M3


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Read our full review on the 2017 BMW M3.



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PostHeaderIcon IT’S ALIVE – E36 Drifts Again After Burning Up in Garage Fire: Video

Drift cars are probably some of the most abused race machines out there (rally cars are pretty close, though). Between living at the rev limiter and bouncing off the barriers, these slideways stars are usually held together with little more than zip ties and dreams. Indeed, dents and bruises are marks of honor in the drift tribe – garage queens need no apply. And that’s why it makes sense to see this charred E36 Bimmer coming back from the dead for a little opposite lock glory, complete with a brand new charcoal exterior finish.

Apparently, this particular E36 was stuck in a garage fire, which singed the exterior and interior to a crisp. But hey, who needs flashy paint and silly carpets in a race car, right? Now, the Bimmer is back in the action, getting tail happy and making a little smoke of its own. Hilariously, the owner decided to keep the charred exterior as is. Maybe this is the new trend everyone will follow instead of the typical flat black rattle can jobs you see everywhere nowadays. Ditch the spray paint, and grab the blow torch. All we gotta say is – well done.

PostHeaderIcon BMW M3 CS on the Books for 2018

Earlier in 2017, we saw BMW launch a new limited-edition M4. It’s called the CS and slots between the standard M4 and the track-ready GTS. Essentially a GTS without the massive wing, the CS also marked the return of the famous badge that BMW used in the 1960s and 1970s. Not surprisingly, the M4 CS was very popular with BMW enthusiasts, which is why the German brand is also considering a sedan version. Naturally, it will be called the M3 CS.

The beefed-up M3 is not yet official, but the folks over at German outlet Bimmer Today claim that the four-door CS will arrive sometime in 2018. The source also says that the M3 CS will share underpinnings with its M4 counterpart, meaning that it will hit the street with the upgraded twin-turbo, six-cylinder engine rated at 460 horsepower and 442 pound-feet of torque. This output will make the CS the most powerful M3 ever, placing it above the legendary E92-generation M3 GTS, which had 444 horses on tap. What’s more, it should be a tad quicker than the standard M3 with a 0-to-62 sprint of 3.9 seconds and a top speed of 174 mph.

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PostHeaderIcon All BMW Brought To New York Was A Set Of Wheels

All things considered, I’d argue the 2017 New York International Auto Show turned out to be pretty decent. The list of debuts ended up including stuff that’s fast, stuff that’s fancy, and a few things that are actually kinda weird. Nevertheless, a few of the automakers in attendance didn’t really bring their A-game for 2017, including BMW. You see, the only new stuff propped up at the Bimmer booth this year was a couple sets of upgraded wheels.

That said, they are pretty nice wheels. First up are large multi-spoke rollers finished in silver and fitted to a BMW M4 Convertible. The silver color is nicely complemented by the drop-top’s Yas Marina Blue exterior, filling the flared fenders with purpose. Get them as part of the optional Competition Package.

Then there are dark, split five-spoke wheels shown on a scorching Austin Yellow M3. Finished in black, these rollers look awesome alongside the dark-colored trim on the sporty four-door, and come offered in a variety of sizes between 19 and 20 inches in diameter. The Bavarians call them 763M, and they come direct from the brand’s M tuning division.

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PostHeaderIcon BMW Brings New M Performance Parts To Essen Motor Show

As the calendar year draws to an end, the Essen Motor Show comes to conclude the year of European motor shows with numerous tuning, motorsport, and track-race production models. The organizers expect more than 300,000 visitors to come to the exhibition halls at Essen’s Grugapark, which will have a wide array of cars and aftermarket products on display, including many from BMW.

The German automaker will bring its latest M Performance parts to Essen, as well as eight vehicles, including the M240i Convertible and the M2 Safety Car. The public will also be able to demonstrate their racing talent at the “DTM M4 Driving Simulator” by following in the tracks of Marco Wittmann, the newly crowned DTM champion.

As for the actual performance parts, BMW will introduce a handful of upgrades for the M3 and M4. First up, there’s carbon rear wing made entirely of carbon-fiber with the struts sporting M motorsport stripes in blue, red, and violet, and “Performance” lettering on the sides of the blade. The coupe and sedan will also get an M Performance suspension that will enable drivers to adjust ride height between five and 20 mm (0.2 and 0.8 inches) via a spring plate on the front and rear spring struts. The coil springs are painted red for a motorsport-inspired look. Both the carbon wing and the suspension system will be offered starting summer 2017.

The M3 and M4 will also get something new under the hood. Unfortunately, I’m not talking about power upgrades, but the new carbon engine cover should make a few enthusiasts happy. Made from hand-crafted, high-quality carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic, it will give the M3 and M4 a race-inspired look under the lid.

The BMW booth will also showcase the brand’s new M Performance Accessories, including an Alcantara steering wheel with carbon trim and race display, gear selector lever and carbon handbrake grip with Alcantara bellows, 19-inch, double-spoke 405 M Bicolour alloy wheels, black matt rear diffuser, and carbon tailpipe trims. All these parts will be exhibited on an upgraded M240i Convertible model.

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PostHeaderIcon A New Round Of Recalls Are Coming For Certain BMW M Models

Recalls are a hassle, but when one recall leads to another recall, that’s when things get annoying. Unfortunately, that’s the predicament certain owners of the BMW M2 Coupe, M3 Sedan, M4 Coupe, and M4 Convertible are now facing after BMW North America announced a new round of recalls for 2015 to 2017 model years of the aforementioned models, all because BMW dealerships messed up on a repair involving the rear differential during a previous recall last January 2016.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), BMW dealers used the same rear sub-frame bolts to replace the rear differential on the M cars. The problem with that is that these bolts were designed to be used only as one-time-use fasteners, as per the automaker’s own vehicle assembly process. If they’re used more than once, there’s a good chance that the “clamp force may not be achieved when torquing down the bolts,” resulting in the possibility of them loosening as they wear out. When that happens, the car’s handling and control could be compromised, which could then lead to the possibility of a crash taking place.

All told, 66 units are potentially affected by the new recall, including five M2 Coupe made from May 31 to June 20, 2016; 32 M3 Sedans manufactured from June 17, 2014 to June 13, 2016; 26 M4 Coupes built from May 2, 2014 to June 14, 2016; and three M4 Convertibles assembled from May 29, 2015 to May 27, 2016. Fortunately, no incidents have been reported concerning the condition of the affected models.

It must be said though that the NHTSA has absolved BMW dealerships of any blame for the fresh round of recalls. Apparently, BMW didn’t give specific instructions to use new rear sub-frame bolts, which could’ve led to dealership engineers using the same bolts to replace the differential.

The recall is expected to begin on October 24, 2016. In the days leading up to it, BMW will be notifying affected owners and certain dealerships of the impending recall. The latter is expected to replace the affected rear sub-frame bolts with new bolts without owners incurring any costs.

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PostHeaderIcon Official: BMW M3 & M4 Competition Package

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BMW released detailed specs of the new M3 and M4 Competition Package, tarted up version of the standard sports saloon and coupe which come with a little bit more power and a whole lot more M goodness. The Competition Pack models get 450 horsepower and 550 Nm of torque.

But extra power is only a small part of what you get from BMW M3 and M4 Competition Package. Other highlights include a revised Adaptive M Suspension featuring new springs, dampers and anti-roll bars, along with reconfigured driving modes (Comfort, Sport and Sport+), re-tuned Active M Differential on the rear axle and DSC Dynamic Stability Control, and 20-inch M alloy wheels with exclusive multi-spoke M styling shod with 265/30 R20front and 285/30 R20 rear tires.

As for the visual features, the M3 and M4 Competition Package models come with  M sports exhaust system with black chrome tailpipes, BMW Individual high-gloss Shadow Line exterior trim, BMW kidney grille, side gills and model badge on the tail. These are complemented inside with special lightweight M sports seats and seatbelts with woven-in BMW M stripes cap off an extremely sporty interior ambience. BMW M fans love this kind of little details.

Prices for these upgraded cars start from (UK) £59,595 for the M3 Saloon, £60,055 for the M4 Coupe, and £63,350 for the M4 Convertible.

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PostHeaderIcon Gallery: Custom Mineral Grey BMW M3

Mineral Grey BMW M3-0

Didn’t dig what Supreme Power did with their Grey M3? Do not despair. We an alternative that might just be what you’re looking for. This Mineral Grey BMW M3 comes with a range of factory and aftermarket upgrade parts that make it one of the best sports sedans out there.

The only trouble is, if you like this car you have to travel all the way to Abu Dhabi to get it. But it would be worth it because as far custom M3s go, this is a good one. The car features pretty much every single goodie M GmbH fans dream about, and lots more besides.

The Mineral Grey BMW M3 comes with a set of carbon fiber M Performance aero parts including bumper extension, side sills, rear diffuser and accents, as well as M Performance carbon fiber mirror caps and customized kidney grilles. The kit is complemented with an AC Schnitzer boot lid wing and the whole thing is then accented with red stripes which make a nice contrast with the dark finish of the body.

The list of modifications on this M3 also include Akrapovic Evolution Exhaust System with Akrapovic Downpipes and Titanium exhaust tips, and a few interior upgrades such as M performance metal pedal set, M Performance Alcantara steering wheel, and custom red detailing.

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PostHeaderIcon Messing Metallic BMW M3 Individual by EAS

Messing Metallic BMW M3-0

BMW, as you know, offers some pretty amazing colors for the F80 M3 and M4 models as standard. But if you want your car to stand out, you have to check out the options available through their Individual service. There you’ll find amazing colors like the one featured here on this Messing Metallic BMW M3.

Despite the messy sounding name, the Messing Metallic BMW M3 is actually one of the coolest examples of the sports sedan we have seen. It helps that the car features a full M Performance aero kit with a massive chin spoiler and rear diffuser and stuff, but the biggest highlight is that unique color which is a shade of green, we reckon, inspired by the color of German counterterrorism police uniform!

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This Messing Metallic BMW M3 is tweaked by European Auto Source for audio specialist Bavsound, featuring their speaker upgrade. What this car lacks, based on what we see in the pictures, is an M Performance Akrapovic exhaust system with carbon tips instead of the steel on it currently has, and maybe a set of wheels from a high-end brand. Performance-wise, you don’t really have to do much to the M3 as it already is powerful enough with a 430 horsepower straight-six turbo engine.

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PostHeaderIcon Messing Metallic BMW M3 Individual by EAS

Messing Metallic BMW M3-0

BMW, as you know, offers some pretty amazing colors for the F80 M3 and M4 models as standard. But if you want your car to stand out, you have to check out the options available through their Individual service. There you’ll find amazing colors like the one featured here on this Messing Metallic BMW M3.

Despite the messy sounding name, the Messing Metallic BMW M3 is actually one of the coolest examples of the sports sedan we have seen. It helps that the car features a full M Performance aero kit with a massive chin spoiler and rear diffuser and stuff, but the biggest highlight is that unique color which is a shade of green, we reckon, inspired by the color of German counterterrorism police uniform!

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This Messing Metallic BMW M3 is tweaked by European Auto Source for audio specialist Bavsound, featuring their speaker upgrade. What this car lacks, based on what we see in the pictures, is an M Performance Akrapovic exhaust system with carbon tips instead of the steel on it currently has, and maybe a set of wheels from a high-end brand. Performance-wise, you don’t really have to do much to the M3 as it already is powerful enough with a 430 horsepower straight-six turbo engine.

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PostHeaderIcon BMW Talks About The Fifth Generation M3: Video

In 2013, BMW introduced the F80 M3, the fifth-generation of its most iconic sports coupe. For the first time, the compact M car was split into two models wearing distinct badges. While the sedan continued to wear the M3 tag, the two-door ditched the M3 Coupe moniker in favor of the M4.

But, that wasn’t the only important change that came with the new generation.

The Germans also put an end to the V-8-powered M3, opting to replace the naturally aspirated unit with a twin-turbo, inline-six in the new M3 and M4. The switch was made in order to improve fuel economy and alleviated by lighter cars. As it is always the case with such radical changes, the downsizing was received with mixed feelings. Not surprisingly, most M3 enthusiasts criticized the move, claiming that the nameplate has been stripped of its heritage.

Nearly three years have passed since the new M3/M4 entered production, and both the coupe and sedan have already received their mid-cycle facelifts. BMW is already working on the next-generation model, but until the sixth-generation arrives, Munich has put together a four-minute video that looks back on the challenges it had to overcome in developing the fifth-gen cars. The brand also talks about the M3/M4’s successful DTM campaign, as well as the more recently introduced M4 GTS. If you’re a BMW fan, this is a video you shouldn’t miss!


PostHeaderIcon MR Car Design BMW M3 Clubsport (E90)

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The E90 BMW M3 still has a huge fanbase, and they seem to be growing as prices for this model drop further and further down. That enables the M3 lovers to have their cars tuned and do all sort of wonderful things to them. This BMW M3 Clubsport by MR Car Design is the result of one such effort.

The German tuner has taken a professional approach with this car, focusing on improving the M3’s track capabilities rather than blindly increase the horsepower. MR Car Design BMW M3 Clubsport gets a modest power boost – through software optimization and Evo exhaust system – to 450 horsepower and 430 Nm. The real highlight of this car is the chassis and the way it corners.

MR’s BMW M3 Clubsport gets a set of black coated lightweight forged wheels wrapped with Michelin Pilot Sport Cup tires in 245/35-19 on front and 265/35-19 on the rear axle. They work in tandem with a pair of spacers (10 mm on the front and 15 mm on rear axle), and KW variant 2 coilovers complete with H&R stabilizer kit and Stoptech braking system.

The end result is an absolute track monster. The tuner has also fitted the car with Wiechers rollover bar and Schroth safety belts, and painted some M racing colors on the exterior.

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PostHeaderIcon Silverstone Hamann BMW M3 by DS Automobile

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The guys at DS Automobile & Autowerke GmbH have done a lot of wonderful things with Hamann tuning parts so far. And now they have added yet another gem to their collection with this Silverstone Metallic Hamann BMW M3 sedan.

Silverstone Metallic is a F80 M3/M4 color that hasn’t really got the love it deserves, what with all the other cool and vibrant colors BMW offers for these models. But if you want a paint work that is both eye-catching and classy, this luxurious shade of silver is the one to go for.

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As for what DS has done to this Hamann BMW M3, the modifications are as subtle as that color. The car gets a carbon fiber front spoiler, gloss black kidney grilles, mirror caps, and exterior accents, and Hamann rear diffuser insert with new tailpipes which belong to a sport exhaust system, itself part of a power kit that boosts the output of the S55 engine to 520 horsepower and reduces the 0-100 time to 4.0 seconds dead.

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But perhaps the biggest highlight of this Hamann BMW M3 is a set of gunmetal grey Hamann Anniversary Evo wheels. The large 21-inch rims fill up the car’s fenders beautifully thanks to professional suspension lowering and play a major part in giving the car that sporty appearance.

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PostHeaderIcon BMW M3 & M4 Competition Package

BMW’s M3 sedan, M4 coupe, and M4 convertible have always been highly regarded and more than good enough to satisfy the craving for luxury and performance buyers in one package. Those models, however, are about to be offered with a new optional package dubbed the “Competition Package.” But, before we dive too much into what this new package offers for the M3 sedan, M4 coupe, and M4 convertible, let’s take a quick look back at the models.

It doesn’t take much to explain the M3. It was introduced back in 1985 and has seen several generations, including induction into the E36, E46, E90, E92, and E93 generations of the 3 Series. It is also the only car that has earned more titles in Motorsport than the Porsche 911. The M3 coupe and convertible are long gone, but the sedan carries the name on, and we’re excited to see BMW is still offering up new packages for the 21-year-old name.

When the M4 came to be in 2014, BMW ceased production of the M3 coupe and convertible in favor of having the M4 coupe and convertible instead. This gave the M3 sedan a series all its own, with the M4 carrying on the M legacy, but like the refreshed M3 sedan, it is powered by an inline six-cylinder engine that pumps out 431 horsepower and 406 pound-feet of torque. The change over to a turbocharged six wasn’t all that unwelcome, though, as the engine puts out an additional 17 horsepower and 111 pound-feet of torque more than the outgoing V-8 in the M3. BMW also claims better efficiency with a 25-percent improvement in fuel economy.

So, what does this new Competition Package offer for this trio? Well, I’m glad you asked. Take a short walk down the page with me as we look into these packages and how they make the M3 and M4 that much better.

UPDATE 01/30/2016: First video of the BMW M4 Competition Package (ZCP) at 2016 Houston Auto Show

Continue reading to learn more about the BMW M4 Competition Package.


PostHeaderIcon Official: BMW M3 and M4 Competition Pack

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Increasing the appeal of their sports sedan, coupe and convertible M3 and M4 models, BMW announced the launch a new Competition Pack. Boasting everything from power upgrade, to chassis mods and styling enhancements, BMW M3 and M4 Competition Pack can be ordered for new and existing cars.

On the performance front, BMW M3 and M4 Competition Pack comes with a software upgrade that increases the power output of the straight-six turbo engine from 420 to 444 horsepower. The extra oomph drops the 0-60 time of all models by 0.1 seconds. Complementing the power kit is a revised Adaptive M Suspension featuring new springs, dampers and anti-roll bars, along with reconfigured driving modes (Comfort, Sport and Sport+).

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BMW M3 and M4 Competition Pack even get a retuned version of Active M Differential and Dynamic Stability Control as well as 20-inch lightweight rims with high-performance tires. So the driving experience could substantially differ from that of the standard versions. You will certainly notice a difference in the looks, as the Competition Pack models come with M sports exhaust system with black chrome tailpipes, high-gloss Shadow Line exterior trim and gloss black kidney grilles. Inside, the main highlights include M sports seats and M-striped seat belts.

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BMW M3 and M4 Competition Pack is priced at $5,500 for the M3 sedan and M4 Coupe, and $5,000 for the Convertible M4.

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PostHeaderIcon Official: BMW M3 and M4 Competition Pack

M4 Competition Pack-1

Increasing the appeal of their sports sedan, coupe and convertible M3 and M4 models, BMW announced the launch a new Competition Pack. Boasting everything from power upgrade, to chassis mods and styling enhancements, BMW M3 and M4 Competition Pack can be ordered for new and existing cars.

On the performance front, BMW M3 and M4 Competition Pack comes with a software upgrade that increases the power output of the straight-six turbo engine from 420 to 444 horsepower. The extra oomph drops the 0-60 time of all models by 0.1 seconds. Complementing the power kit is a revised Adaptive M Suspension featuring new springs, dampers and anti-roll bars, along with reconfigured driving modes (Comfort, Sport and Sport+).

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BMW M3 and M4 Competition Pack even get a retuned version of Active M Differential and Dynamic Stability Control as well as 20-inch lightweight rims with high-performance tires. So the driving experience could substantially differ from that of the standard versions. You will certainly notice a difference in the looks, as the Competition Pack models come with M sports exhaust system with black chrome tailpipes, high-gloss Shadow Line exterior trim and gloss black kidney grilles. Inside, the main highlights include M sports seats and M-striped seat belts.

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BMW M3 and M4 Competition Pack is priced at $5,500 for the M3 sedan and M4 Coupe, and $5,000 for the Convertible M4.

The post Official: BMW M3 and M4 Competition Pack appeared first on Motorward.

PostHeaderIcon BMW Puts The Spotlight On The Third-Generation M3: Video

BMW’s continuing series about the history of the M3 has now reached its third chapter, with the spotlight now being placed squarely on the third-generation model, the E46 M3. Launched in 2000, the E46 M3 continued the tradition laid down by one of its predecessors, specifically the first-generation E30. Whereas the second-gen E36 was more of an understated model, the third-generation E46 M3 returned to the performance purity that the first-gen E30 was known for.

Suffice it to say, BMW put a lot of work on the model to differentiate it from the first two versions. From the technical side to the development side, the E46 M3 introduced a lot of new concepts that a lot of BMW’s M models continue to use to this day. That, in a nutshell, is the legacy of the E46. It wasn’t the first M3 to roll out of the block, but as far as leaving a lasting imprint on the name, it still stands as one of the most important performance models BMW has ever built.

The popularity of the E46 M3 was evident from the get-go. In the course of its seven-year life, BMW built 85,744 units of the model, easily eclipsing the 71,242 units of the E36 M3. The BMW M3 is arguably the most popular performance model BMW has ever created and the E46 M3 has a lot to do with that.

It’s been gone for 10 years now, but the legacy it started continues to this day. I can’t imagine a higher praise to be given to a car.


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