Sexy Girl - 1200hp Camaro!!!!
It's been a while since we have done any girl ride along videos so we
decided to start back up again!
This is in a 1200hp Camaro that runs low 9's!
More girl videos coming soon! Enjoy
Fan Page: http://www.facebook.com/HighTechCorvettefans
HPD Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/HoustonPerformanceDriving
Redesigned 2012 BMW 135i Coupe Exterior and Interior Design
http://www.eurocarnews.com - BMW Group USA - The innovative interior
design incorporates high-quality and sophisticated trim elements with
luxurious upholstery and color choices. A 60/40 split rear seat is
standard. The control console for the entertainment and air conditioning
functions is integrated smoothly and harmoniously into the dashboard
through its soft radii and flowing surfaces. Added in 2009, a Heated
Steering Wheel is included in the optional Cold Weather Package for the
128i Coupe, and is available as a stand-alone option on the 135i Coupe
(Cold Weather Package required). BMW's iDrive controller featured in the
optional Navigation system is integrated into the center console, again
following BMW's philosophy of good ergonomic design. Galvanized pearl gloss
surfaces adorn the interior door handles, the glove compartment handle, the
radio's rotary knob, the knobs of the automatic air conditioning system,
the iDrive Controller, and the ornamental trim strips featured on the
sports steering wheel.
Nissan 370Z vs. BMW 135i, Mazda RX-8 R3, and Pontiac Solstice GXP - CAR and DRIVER
Name your game for $37,000 (or less).
Nissan 370Z vs. BMW 135i, Mazda RX-8 R3, and Pontiac Solstice GXP -
2007 Ford Mustang Shelby GT
vs. 2007 Mazda RX-8, 2007 Nissan 350Z, 2008 Audi TT 2.0T - Comparison Test
2011 BMW 135i DCT Test Drive Review
Read the review I published on BMWBLOG here:
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX5V compact digital camera. (Note: Camera looks shaky
because I had to hold with one hand and drive carefully with the other).
Can Nissan Beat BMW? 370Z vs. 135i
SEE THE FULL COMPARISON:
What comes after Z?, we wondered when Nissan let the stage go black in 1996
and officially bid farewell to the Z-car at an event at the Petersen
Automotive Museum in Los Angeles. Sales of the twin-turbo 300ZX had been declining as fast as
applications for library cards, so Nissan simply stopped selling the car in
the U.S. It made us wonder where the Z fit in Nissan's future.
The answer came in 2002, when the Nissan 350Z appeared, a serious sports
car that seemed to measure itself against the Corvette in both speed and
style. It brought people back to Nissan, but lots of the young enthusiasts
didn't know what an icon the Z had been for the company since its inception
With the 2009 Nissan 370Z, all that changes. As a Z should be, the 370Z is
a statement of purpose, not just another car on the showroom floor. With
this second-generation version of the revitalized Z, the car has moved on
from affordable performance to something that brings new descriptions into
play — not only like quick, fast, strong and powerful, but also gorgeous,
luxurious, nimble, graceful, delicate and smooth.
This is a car so good that it makes you wonder what kind of car it is: a
sports car, a sport coupe or a muscle-bound pony car? And that's where the
2008 BMW 135i comes in, a pocket-size BMW M3 with an affordable price tag
370z vs 135i
2009 Nissan 370z (nismo dual Exhaust,
test pipes, 4.08 final drive)
2010 BMW 135i (stock)
BMW 1 Series M Coupe vs BMW M3
To the M badge faithful, the BMW 1 Series M Coupe signals a return to form.
But is it? Benchmarking the 1M against an M3 would seem the perfect way to
Read the Full Story:
Also find Motor Trend on:
Shot By: Gordon Green and Corey Denomy
Edited By: Gordon Green