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Formally known as Bayerische Motoren Werke, BMW started out as an aircraft engine manufacturer when it first opened its doors in 1916. The German company then began making motorcycles, farm equipment, and railway brakes before finding its true calling in 1928 with premium automobiles.
Today, BMW is a $193 billion company and the world’s 12th largest producer of automobiles. Like its longstanding slogan boasts, BMW is “The Ultimate Driving Machine,” known for its signature blend of luxury and high performance. The company is equally adept at making sporty 2-door coupes and convertibles, reflected in the 4 series cars, or long-wheelbase four-door sedans found in the 7 series lineup.
With a long racing history in Formula 1, LeMans, rally, and other motorsports, in 1978 the Bavarian company began producing its “M” class of top-tier sports cars, which are high-performance versions of its standard models. Each “M” car is fitted with high-output engines that deliver more than 100 horsepower per liter, smooth-shifting manual or automatic transmissions, all-wheel drive, and sport-tuned suspensions. Some of the motors used in the “M” cars are the 503 hp twin-turbo 3.0 L 6 cylinder, and the 617 hp twin-turbo V8.
The robust roster of M models include the M3 four-door sedan, M4 two-door coupe/convertible, M5 four-door sedan, M6 coupe/convertible and 4-door gran-coupe, and the M8 coupe/convertible and 4-door gran-coupe.
The BMW M235i xDrive is an absolute beast when it comes to handling, ride, and braking. It comes standard with M Sport brakes with blue calipers, double-pivot spring and strut-type front suspension, and the xDrive all-wheel drive system With the M235i, is a true performance vehicle.
The BMW M240i was designed with the intention of bringing you a smooth ride. It includes the Aerodynamic Kit and an integrated rear spoiler. Sporting a BMW M TwinPower Turbo inline 6-cylinder, 24-valve 382 HP engine and an 8-speed automatic transmission.
The BMW M3 Competition comes standard with M xDrive which features adjustable 4WD, 4WD Sport, and 2WD modes for absolute control on the road. The M Head-up display also gives important driving info to enhance performance.
The BMW M4 Sports a 3.0 L BMW M TwinPower Turbo 473 HP inline 6 cylinder engine. It comes standard with a manual transmission and with the BMW M Drive and M Driving Dynamics Control to provide the smoothest ride possible.
The BMW M5 has a weight-optimized dual exhaust system with an M sound control button to allow you to customize your ride. It also comes with a 4.4 L BMW TwinPower V8 and high-precision direct injection.
the BMW M8 delivers 617Hp from a 4.4 L V8 engine that also features a Twin Scroll Bi-Turbo. The standard M Differential automatically reacts to driving conditions to give more traction in real time.
The BMW Z4 M40i boasts an 8-speed Sport Automatic transmission with Sport and Manual shift modes. This performance machine also has adaptive M Suspension with electronically controlled damper for expert handling.
Power meets practicality with the BMW X3 M. Not only will you get its 8-speed M Sport Automatic transmission and 473 HP engine, you’ll also have an abundance of cargo space to fit every lifestyle.
With the optional Competition package, the BMW X4 M can go 0-60 MPH in 3.7 seconds. It comes with a 12.3 Central Information Display and 21″ Competition forged wheels.
With the BMW X5 M, you’ll get the standard Live Cockpit Professional with high-definition, expanded M-specific digital displays. The X5 M also has a 21″ and 22″ staggered wheel configuration that enhances both the handling and sporty aesthetic.
The precision-engineered engine of the BMW X6 M has an impressive 617 HP, 4.4 L BMW TwinPower Turbo V8, giving you the most out of the SAV. The M xDrive system allows for adjustable 4WD and 4WD Sport for a more rear-based feel.
You’ll have plenty of space for everyone in the BMW X7 M60i, BMWs largest SAV. Even with all of that space, there’s no need to sacrifice power with a 523 HP, 4.4 L BMW M TwinPower Turbo V8, 48V mild hybrid engine. it can go 0-60 MPH in just 4.5 seconds.
There are no sacrifices needed for fully electric vehicles when you have BMW’s i4 M50. It showcases an incredible 536 HP engine that can go 0-60 MPH in 3.7 seconds. It has a range of up to 270 miles and 10 minutes of fast charging can get you up to 97 miles.
Like its cousin, the i4 M50, the BMW iX M60 doesn’t lack in power with its 610 HP engine that can go 0-60 MPH in 3.6 seconds. You’ll have extra cargo space with this amazing model and get up to 280 miles of range.
The BMW i8 was first unveiled at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show and then released in Germany in 2014. Deliveries to retail customers began in 2014 and production ended in June of 2022. The i8 accelerated from 0-60 in about 4.4 seconds.
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