The M Performance Parts are aimed at 2 Series Gran Coupe buyers looking for a more sporty character for their ride.
The X5 M and X6 M Competition use a twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 with 617 HP and are priced from $114,100 and $117,600 respectively.
It’s a very significant restoration as the BMW 530MLE homologation special is believed to be the only surviving example.
The BMW X3 M Competition may in fact pump out more than 520 hp.
The list includes a number of exterior and interior enhancements for Munich’s SUVs, such as carbon components, improved braking system and Alcantatra trim.
The high-performance crossovers are slated to have up to 617 hp in Competition guise.
It looks like the BMW M3 is going to receive a very controversial design feature.
Dyno tests have shown the BMW M5 Competition delivering 617 hp at the wheels.
The next-gen M3 and M4 will be powered by a new twin-turbo, 3.0-liter inline-six with up to 503 HP in Competition spec.
BMW’s M division could soon make its presence felt in the motorcycle world.
BMW M could be working on a smaller V8 unit that’ll feature electrification of some sort.
A Laguna Seca Blue paint scheme makes this E46-generation BMW M3 stand out from the pack.