Short acceleration test in new BMW 535i Steptronic. Gearbox in M mode, Fahrdynamik Control in SPORT mode. Poor shifting, because of one-hand driving and recording (I forgot to switch Manual to DS mode before recording). Not full throttle, because of traffic :) Greetings from Poland
BMW 535i (F10) - A fast drive on the German Autobahn
Taking a BMW 535i (F10) for a fast drive on the Autobahn. Speed limiter
kicks in shortly before the speedo reaches 260 km/h. Strange: With the same
engine in the 3-series the limiter kicks in at 270. Nevermind the left
lane-hogging Ford Mustang
at 5:00 -- it was a jet pilot and probably didn't know how to drive :-p
Ein kurzer Sprint auf der Autobahn mit einem BMW 535i (F10). Der Limiter
regelt kurz vor 260 km/h ab. Eigenartig: Beim 3er mit dem gleichen Motor
geht er bis 270. Bitte den die linke Spur blockierenden Ford Mustang bei 5:00 nicht beachten -- es
war ein Jetpilot und der wusste wohl nicht, wie man Auto fährt :-p
New BMW M5 (F10) 0-315 km/h (Motorsport)
Un V8 biturbo de 560 chevaux, ou comment
catapulter une berline de 1870 kilos à 315 km/h !
Essai complet de la nouvelle BMW M5 à retrouver dans le numéro 43 de
Moteur : V8 Biturbo
Puissance maxi : 560 chevaux
Couple maxi : 69,3 mkg
0 à 100 km/h : 4"7
Prix : 117 000 euros
Test drive: 2011 BMW Z4 sDrive35is & 535i F10
Jamboolio testdrives the hot new BMW's!
BMW Z4 sDrive35is E89:
3.0L Twin turbo Inline-six
7-speed dual clutch sport automatic
450 Nm / 332 lb-ft
0-62 mph: 4.7 seconds
BMW 535iA F10:
3.0L TwinPower turbo Inline-six
8-speed sport automatic
400 Nm / 295 lb-ft
0-62 mph: 5.7 seconds
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2011 BMW 535i M-Sport Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Tour
In this video I give a full in depth tour of the 2011 BMW 535i M-Sport. I
take viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior of this car
while showing details, over viewing of features, and noting unique styling
cues to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine and the details of it,
start it up and see how it sounds under acceleration. A thorough
tour/review of this car designed to give others a greater overall
appreciation of the vehicle.
Thanks again to Hendrick BMW for allowing me to film this vehicle! for more
information on this one as well as others visit www.hendrickbmw.com
BMW e60 5 series AUX cable install on DSC slot area
in this video i show how i installed the auxiliary cable on my 2004 5
series bmw on the DSC unit. I found this spot to be the best location for
the auxiliary jack, it is very stock looking and not an eye sore. BE very
careful when drilling this unit. always disconnect the negative battery
when working with electronics on your vehicle. not responsible for any
damage done by doing what i do in this video. you car will need to be coded
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2012 Audi A6 versus BMW 535i review: And the best luxury sedan is...
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The new BMW 535i has almost always been the
benchmark for all other mid-sized luxury sedans. But for 2012 the all new
Audi A6 is taking direct aim at the BMW buyer as well as the 535i. The Audi
brings to the table a 310 HP supercharged powerplant, an 8 speed automatic
transmission and of course Quattro all-wheel-drive. But to not to be
outdone the BMW has all of the same stuff but instead of a supercharged
engine it comes with a turbo. So which
one is the better car?
BMW M235i vs BMW M3 CSL on track
We test the BMW M235i against one of the best M Cars ever made, the BMW M3
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With its 3.0-litre, twin-turbocharged
straight six engine, the BMW M235i is the most powerful 2 Series you can
buy and is priced at just over £34,000. However, for the same money you
can have the modern classic M3 CSL that was launched in 2004.
The BMW M235i's twin-turbo engine
produces 322 brake horsepower and 450 Newton
Metres of torque. That's 78Nm more than the old M3. It weighs 1,470kg, so
it's also 85kg heavier than the CSL.
Launched in 2004, the BMW M3 CSL was the most extreme version of the E46
BMW M3 generation. With a carbon fibre roof, it weighed 100kg less than the
standard M3 and it also had upgraded springs, dampers and brakes plus extra
power. It also came exclusively with BMW's automated manual SMG gearbox.
The reason the BMW M3 CSL is quite a good comparison to the M235i is
because a normal M3 around this age will cost you between £6,000 and
£10,000. If you want a decent M3 CSL then you're looking at around
£30,000 to £35,000 so it's very similar money. More importantly, you'll
get this astonishing engine that revs to 8,000rpm.
The BMW M3 CSL's gearbox is very slow by modern standards as it isn't a
modern dual-clutch system. However, there's so much balance in the chassis,
you can just sense when the car is in transition from understeer to
In the M3 CSL, you get an amazing engine that goes ballistic above 6,000rpm
but in the BMW M235i, it's just really quick-revving and gets lots of
torque through the rev range.
It's heavier than the CSL, but it should come as no surprise as modern cars
are getting heavier and heavier. The M235i is still a really lovely road
car as it's very delicate and really enjoyable.
However, the BMW M235i does feel a little bit heavy and it doesn't have the
body control of the hard-edged CSL. You can feel there in the oversteer
when the car comes back, there's a little bit of snapback as the lateral
movement in the body starts to make itself known.
Despite the differences between the BMW M3 CSL and the M235i, they both
recorded the same lap-time around our circuit.
The BMW 2 series makes a more accessible every-day drive, but the M3 CSL is
a thrilling classic that's to be enjoyed on occasion, and makes a better
investment than your average pension.