BMW Baby Racer II Motorsport

Hairpin bends behind the kitchen, cobblestones in front of dad’s pit lane, traffic-calmed noise protection zones in the living room – with the BMW Baby Racer II Motorsport, budding drivers from one and a half to three years old will master it all with their blue-white-red roadster that is ready for anything.

BMW M Bike

The BMW M Bike is a spectacular combination of state-of-the-art technology and exclusive design. Disc brakes and an elegant matt anthracite frame with the M logo combine perfectly with the leather saddle, stunning rims and handles, and shiny red seat inlay. Characteristic of the entire M collection, which, like the BMW M model itself, stands for the extraordinary and unique.

M3 Enjoys Some Whoopee For MY2010

More driving pleasure, reduced emissions: this principle of the development strategy BMW EfficientDynamics applies equally at the very highest level of performance. As of spring 2010, the high-performance model BMW M3 consistently combines its outstanding driving performance figures with further reduced fuel consumption and exhaust emission levels.

Munich Automobiles Pte Ltd is world’s first dedicated distributor for BMW 'M'

BMW Group Asia has announced the appointment of Munich Automobiles Pte Ltd as the first distributor to solely focus its retail on BMW M vehicles and M accessories in Singapore. This new company is jointly owned by Prestige Cars and Sime Darby, the parent company of Performance Motors Limited.

Cult Cars central report- BMW M3



Back in 1972 BMW created BMW Motorsport GmbH and was responsible for the creation of the M1, M535i, M5 and M635 CSi in a surge of self confidence and celebration by the engineers, a time when M meant Motorsport and not Marketing. Of course there is no denying this sub-brand of BMW is almost as renown and BMW itself and among the faithful even more so.

Mmmmm : BMW M3 GTS

BMW M GmbH now offers a truly outstanding performer based on the BMW M3 Coupé also ideal for Clubsport events – exactly the right car for the truly discerning customer demanding the very utmost in terms of power and performance.

BMW'S Latest Icon : BMW M3 (E92) [review]

Whilst the E30 M3 actually began life in 1986, BMW Motorsport GmbH had already started in 1972 and produced some legendary models like the M1, M535i, M5 and M635 CSi that proudly wore its red-violet and blue “M” badge.

Initially intended for motorsport homologation purposes, the original 5000 examples of E30 M3s swelled to 18,000 by the time the first M3 retired from production.

BMW M5 Touring (E61) [Release]

A sports car that makes your heart skip a beat. A grand touring saloon taking you to your destination in style and comfort. An estate model able to handle all transport requirements. Three different cars we all find absolutely thrilling – or one single car offering all these qualities in the guise of the new BMW 5 Series Touring.

A genuine sports car in disguise, the BMW M5 Touring owes its supreme performance to the most powerful engine available from BMW M GmbH: The ten-cylinder power unit displacing 4,999 cubic centimetres develops maximum output of 373 kW/507 hp and peak torque of 520 Newton-metres or 383 lb-ft.

Offering this ideal performance data typical of a top-flight athlete as well as the high-speed concept so characteristic of a BMW M power unit, the V10 also to be admired in the BMW M5 Saloon ensures fascinating performance at all times.

Read about Motor Prime's Driving Impressions of the E60 M5 Sedan HERE

Hang 10 : BMW's Award-Winning M5/M6 V10

It has been on the market for just two years and its output of 507 bhp already ensures outstanding performance figures for 20,000 BMW M5 and M6. A few days ago, the 20,000th specimen of the high-performance engine was produced on the so-called Special Engine Line at the BMW plant in Munich.

Since the start of serial production in 2005, the V10 has won the internationally renowned “Engine of the Year” award a total of seven times.

V10 Mayhem : BMW M5 (E60) [review]

The BMW M5 treads upon the hallowed ground once the sole domain of cars like Ferrari, Lamborghini and Porsche. Few are the enthusiasts who have not heard of the legendary BMW M5.

While it may not be BMW’s best selling 5 Series, it is arguably BMW’s most iconic model as the M5 casts a halo effect over BMW’s entire range of cars. Although not new, the existence of the M5 implies that all BMWs share the same sporting DNA and those who own BMWs understand this.

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