The all-new 2016 BMW M2 makes its dealer launch next April, but performance enthusiasts can get a chance to drive the car virtually next month.
BMW M is all about building fast cars with top-level driving dynamics for performance enthusiasts around the globe.
The first all-new BMW M2 Coupe rolls off the line today and shares the assembly line with a few of its stable mates at the BMW plant in Leipzig.
When it comes to the 3 Series Sedan, it defines a segment and the BMW 335i Sedan and BMW M3 are synonymous with sporty and are high on the fun-to-drive meter.
The new BMW M2 Coupe is based on the 2 Series coupe but this performance car is definitely an M creation and not a M235i with a few M performance parts bolted on.
The all-new 2016 BMW M2 rolls off the assembly line ready for the track for performance enthusiasts. It’s another M performance sports car that is a track weapon the second it hits the pavement.
The all-new 2016 BMW M2 is coming and it gets its impressive power from the M3/M4.
The all-new 2016 BMW M2 Coupe is here and it’s going to be a fun ride for performance enthusiasts.
BMW will bring the BMW 330e plug-in hybrid to the Tokyo Motor Show where it will make its Asian debut. The new 2016 BMW 330e plug-in hybrid is just one of four eDrive vehicle segments for BMW.
The BMW M4 Coupe gets a substantial boost from BMW M GmbH technology with the new 2016 BMW M4 GTS that’s designed for the track.
The Nuburgring is a great place for drivers to take their BMW M3 where they can test the capabilities of the car and driver.
The surprising increase could be for a variety of reasons. The buyers could be looking for an optional Range Extender that is only available on the I3 compared to the Nissan Leaf.
Driving your performance car in the winter is more about the driver and not as much about your car.
You would think that a landmark vehicle like the 10 millionth BMW 3 Series Sedan would get special treatment and be sold as a collector car to some wealthy individual for his collection.