Submitted by Dan Buzdugan on Sat, 05/21/2016 - 03:15
It's that time of year, Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este will showcase the most exclusive cars and whatnot. As per usual, BMW always displays a special concept or hommage, or both.
This time, they paid a tribute to the very special 2002 turbo model, which was their first car to feature turbocharged technology and it was one of the most appreciated car in those times.
Submitted by Dan Buzdugan on Sun, 05/08/2016 - 06:46
As many of you know, the famous Gumball3000 rally was being held last week, with participants covering 3000 miles between Dublin ( IRL ) and Bucharest ( ROU ), this year the last checkpoing before finish happened in my hometown.
Managed to skip work for a couple of hours and took some photos, they are not the greatest, place was crowded, very crowded.
Submitted by Dan Buzdugan on Wed, 10/14/2015 - 02:30
After a long period of waiting, nail bitting and presumtions made on spy photos, BMW finally revealed one of the most anticipated M model, the M2 Coupe.
With a different name (2), this is the successor of the limited production 1M Coupe, a high praised M model, but comes with a different output of power, 365HP, 500NM of torque of the same displacement, 3.0 inline 6 turbocharged petrol engine (N55). The new M2 sprints to 100km.h in 4.2s and reaches to an electronically limited top speed of 250km.h.
Submitted by Dan Buzdugan on Fri, 07/03/2015 - 02:10
One of the most influential and the greatest designers of the car world has stepped down from the Italian design house he founded.
If we were to enlist his works, we could fill tons of pages, know that it was him who brought the DeLorean DMC-12 to life, BMW M1, Volkswagen Golf, the iconic Lotus Esprit, Ferrari 250GT SWB, Ford Mustang Concept and numerous others. He designed lots of Apple product concepts, Nikon camera bodies.
Submitted by Dan Buzdugan on Wed, 05/14/2014 - 13:55
The concept is being based on the M235i Racing model, but with a whole new features. Car has been enlarged, lowered, features classic design lines combined with modern touches. Floating panels in the side skirts, front and rear bumper and carbon fiber touches. The spoiler has been integrated in the fenders.
With the delivery date closing in for BMW's performance hybrid, reviews are popping in. With complicated and advanced technology, gorgeous looks ( I have seen this car live ), everybody agrees that BMW is offering the car of the future.
But ( there always is a but ), functionality has a way of alter form, as in rims are large in diameter, but lack width and the car has fender gap and other complains - here is where we came in, the idea and execution stands in our hands and with the power of Photoshop and advanced 3D rendering software, we offer you a more aggressive model.
Submitted by Dan Buzdugan on Mon, 04/28/2014 - 07:42
Being lightweight built, the chasis is build of carbon fiber, with other carbon goodies along the bodywork, like grille spats, air breathers and deflectors. Tail lights are something new, which BMW describes as OLED.
Submitted by Dan Youn on Tue, 04/01/2014 - 22:57
If you're a hardcore supercar fan, be cautious because this video might hurt to watch. A matte black Aventador is seen crashing into several cars in Knightsbridge, London. Apparently, the Aventador was racing a Maserati GranTurismo Sport on Sloan Street when all of a sudden a Mazda minivan juts out a little too far. Maybe the minivan driver thought that he/she had more time, but it's hard to judge how quickly a supercar like the Aventador can go. It's equally hard to calculate how fast the driver in the Aventador was really going. Either way, the street became way too narrow for the wide supercar and the driver ends up hitting the left fender of the Mazda, launching the car several feet in the air.