BMW M1 ProCar - Onboard, Flames, Accelerations - FANTASTIC SOUND!
Tomedelic1 records the Legendary BMW M1 procar at the 40th AvD Oldtimer GP,
with onboard footage, flyby's and some great Exhaust sounds with flames. This 470hp and
1020kg beast makes the greatest sound ever. Stay tuned for a M1 procar turbo, M3 e30 Warsteiner, BMW 3.0CSL and
more onboard footage of this great M1.
Check out www.trackandtuner.com for more info and images of the M1 procar.
Special thanks to AH-racing.de!
2011 BMW 550i xDrive
This video is specifically made for the F10 fans at bimmerfest.com using an
iPhone 4 (completely edited and uploaded on the phone at 720p HD).
The car is a 2011 BMW 550i xDrive MSport, dark graphite, built week 10. The
video shows off the new color HUD and black panel with extended display. It
also includes the all around camera view (two cameras on the sideview
mirrors and one on the rear bumper) and the front camera view (two sideview
cameras on the front bumper). The car has oyster/black leather interior
(perforated seats for ventilation) with anthracite wood trim and anthracite
headliner. It also shows off Google Maps navigation zoomed at 1 mile and
secondary display iPod cover art view.
BMW M1 Coupé Vs Shelby Gt |Guatemala Street Race|
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ONLY 6,309 BMW 1M COUPE!
The m1 coupé iT´s behaind me till minute 2:00
-400hp @ 6900rpm
-332lb-ft torque from 1500-4500rpm (with +37lb-ft overBoost)
-7,000 rpm redline
-4.7 second 0-60mph / 4.9 second 0-100kmh
-13.2 second quarter mile
-155mph top speed
-M Drive button actives razor sharp throttle response program
-6-speed manual transmission with dry sump cooling system and 3.15:1 final
drive ratio,with M gearshift knob
-Upgraded flywheel for use with high torque
-Variable M differential lock for optimum rear wheel drive traction
-DSC traction control
-MDM (M Dynamic Mode) mode allows less intervention from DSC system for
more oversteer and maximum performance
(HD) Supercars in Knokke-Heist Part 1/3: BMW 1M (Matte green), SLS AMG, 2X Nissan GT-R & More!
Here's part 1/3 of all cars I filmed driving by at the GP Zoute in
Knokke-Heist. Make sure you also watch the other parts! you can find the
link at the end of the video, or click the links here:
Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLjZyGZGcq0
Part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H4W1_Q2i4O8
I'll also upload a 'Start-Up-compilation' soon!
Enjoy the video!!!
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BMW M1: The Forgotten Supercar - XCAR
BMW only ever made one proper supercar: The M1. It's a slice of rare
automotive legend and one that we had to have a deeper look at. Caution:
features porno music and velvet.
When you think of 70's supercars you tend to think of Lamborghinis and
Ferraris - big, wedgy things that make a lovely noise and go very quickly
indeed. You don't tend to think of BMW, do you?
We can't blame you for that. It's a brand that isn't really synonymous with
supercars. Fast saloons, yes, but a supercar? Well, in the late 70's BMW
did indeed produce a supercar, the M1. Very few were made and its
development is fraught with delays, financial troubles and moving goal
It's such a shame that the M1 didn't do as well as it could and should
have. It lasted from 1978 - 1981, not a huge amount of time in anyone's
book, and while it was around it was supposed to have been racing its
little socks off on the track. Instead, BMW was trying to sell enough of
them in order to qualify to enter the races thanks to a rule change at the
last minute that meant a certain number of cars had to be sold before they
It was also supposed to be around a lot sooner than it was. A deal made
with Lamborghini to produce the car went more sour than a pint of double
cream left in a kiln and BMW very nearly ended up without a car at all.
It's a wonderful thing, though. The big, red monster we had created such a
presence wherever it went that even though driving with the windows open
was a necessity (no air con, naturally, and heat leaking into the cabin
caused me to sweat so much I lost 2lbs) and the heckles, shouts and
endless "Which Ferrari's that, mate?" didn't half drive me mad.
Driving it in the countryside was good fun, though its width and, erm,
older controls made passing trucks, busses and the like a bit of a
nightmare. Driving it in town, however, was a different experience. Tight
London side roads and suicyclists make driving a behemoth such as the M1 a
dicier proposition than it would have been when it was new.
Even though it's giant, unknown and difficult to pilot the BMW M1 was truly
special. It was a car that so few know about yet its fans utterly adore (we
met a guy while shooting who went weak at the knees when he saw it), it's a
very special beast. If you see one, just remember this: It's not a
Engine: 3.5-litre straight six
Torque: 243lb ft
Top speed: 163mph
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