Top 10 BMW Fails Compilation 2013
Top 10 BMW Fails Compilation 2013
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Fail compilation Video -BMW Drift Fail
Female, BMW and snow - a terrible combination
Idiot with a BMW https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YDaHA39EwhQ
Besoffener Idiot - BMW Syndikat Asphaltfieber 2011
BMW Clutch Fail! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=87HzYTPfi2M
Bmw M6 Fail https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=87HzYTPfi2M
BMW X5 crash at parking https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3KZRa3sYD-I
Fail drift on BMW E30 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KaB7DRBTy74
BMW drift failed auto crash 2012
BMW 740i FAIL https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JwsI3_7q4JM
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2014 BMW X5 - OFFROAD - Xdrive50i -Test Drve
2014 BMW X5's X cars are a brand unto themselves, with the X5 in the role
of range flagship. Thus, the fact that the third generation X5 does not
radically depart from its predecessor in appearance is no bad thing for
owners of the present model.
A smidgen larger than the outgoing X5 (E70) model, the evolutionary new
2014 X5 (F15) has an expanded role to fulfill. You realize how far the new
car has raised the game the moment you open the door and experience its
plusher and more upmarket cabin.
The enhanced interior takes the new 2014 BMW X5 to the next level in
sophistication. Just the stitched leather covering on the dashboard top
roll and the pleated pattern on the hides of the seats alone make a world
of difference to the way you perceive the class and quality of the
It looks and feels more expensive and exclusive straight away, and that
initial first impression pervades everything as you run your eyes over the
design, fit and finish of the heavily revised cabin.
This new roomier interior has the option of a third row of seats to give it
seven-seat capability. The boot area is now 650 liters, expanding to a
massive 1,870 liters with the 40/20/40 split rear seat folded flat.
Automatic tailgate operation is now standard, and can be opened and closed
by the remote control key, as well as from the drivers seat.
The body-shell surrounding this enticing interior is also new as are its
mechanical underpinnings. While the previous 2014 BMW X5 was a big step
forwards in creature comforts, both perceived and real, over the first
generation car from 1998, the new car moves the game ahead a perceptible
amount in all aspects of performance, handling, ride comfort, as well as
Despite strong visual links to its predecessor, every panel is new. The
fresh 'face' of the 2014 X5 features larger 'kidney' grilles in a more
upright front that gives it even more gravitas. Along with the slightly
raised bonnet line, this improves pedestrian impact protection. The
aluminium bonnet has pyrotechnic devices to move it upwards and away from
the hard engine structure if it senses a pedestrian strike.
The lightest large structural component in the car is the support structure
behind the dashboard. This is made from magnesium and follows the design
ethos the BMW Group began with the Rolls-Royce Phantom.
While 90kg has been shaved off the body weight, all the extra equipment
required to address the legislative demands for current and forthcoming
safety and emissions standards mean that this saving has been eaten up, and
the new 2014 X5 tips the scales with similar weights as its predecessor
model-for-model. This means 2,070kg (DIN) for the xDrive30d and 2,175kg
(DIN) for the xDrive50i.
That said, the advances in powertrain efficiency enable the new X5 to go faster and further on a gallon of
fuel. While all models benefit from lower emissions, C02 numbers will be at
an all-time low with the new entry-level 218hp X5 xDrive25d that appears in
the European line-up next year.
This is the first time ever that an X5 variant is being offered with a
four-cylinder engine, and it is also the first time that a BMW
four-cylinder diesel exists with sufficient power and torque to deliver
credible performance in a car of this size.
The fact that a rear-wheel-drive only sDrive25d will also be available with
this engine means that there are less driveline losses too, and emissions
are a meagre 149g/km of C02 versus 155g/km for the xDrive25d version.
At the other end of the scale, the most exciting balance of power and
economy will come from the X5 xDrive M50d, whose triple turbo 2,993cc six offers a stonking 381hp from
4,000 to 4,400rpm with 740Nm of torque between 2,000 and 3,000rpm. This
rockets the car to 100km/h in 5.3 sec, and quite rapidly on to its
electronically governed 250km/h Vmax.
The drag coefficient of 0.31 that helps towards the miserly average fuel
consumption of just 6.7 L/100km with 177g/km emissions is impressive, and
all the new X5 models meet the forthcoming EU6 emission standards.
At launch however, only the 450hp xDrive50i, 258hp xDrive30d and 381hp
xDrive M50 M Performance versions will be available. The xDrive40d,
xDrive35i, xDrive25d and sDrive25d come on stream at the end of the year.
The eight-speed automatic gearbox that has now become the default gearbox
in many new 2014 BMW X5 models is a large part of that equation. With its
torque multiplication abilities at low revs and its closely stacked and
seamless ratios, it is able to make full use of the available power and
torque of the motor.
VERY LOUD Meisterschaft Nissan R35 GT-R vs BMW E92 M3 w/ F1 SuperSprint Exhaust!
Turn up your speakers! This is insane! On a very rainy day at the
Nurburgring, I have recorded these two amazing loud supercars: a Nissan R35
GT-R Black Edition with decatted Meisterschaft GT-SUS Exhaust System and a BMW E92 M3 with front decat
pipes, centre unsilenced x-pipe and F1 Race mufflers and full SuperSprint
The owners where extremely kind and did multiply accelerations in front of
Technical data - 2011 Nissan GT-R R35 Black Edition
Engine - 3.8L twin turbo V6 with 530hp /
Performance - 0-100 km/h (0-60 mph) acceleration in 3.0s,
Top Speed 311km/h (193mph)
Modifications: Full Meisterschaft Exhaust System
Technical data - BMW E92 M3:
Engine - 4.0L V8 with 420hp / 400Nm
Performance - 0-100 km/h (0-60 mph) acceleration in 4.8s,
Top speed limited to 250km/h (155mph)
Modifications: GTS Wing, front decat pipes, centre unsilenced x-pipe and F1
Race mufflers and full SuperSprint Exhaust System.
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