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
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 Motorsport.
Moteur : V8 Biturbo
Puissance maxi : 560 chevaux
Couple maxi : 69,3 mkg
0 à 100 km/h : 4"7
Prix : 117 000 euros
New BMW X3 xDrive 35i F25 (2011) Acceleration 0-256 km/h (V-max)
Video showing 0-256 km/h acceleration of new BMW X3 xDrive 35i. Gearbox was in DS mode, Performance Control in SPORT mode. At the end I've tried to show you Head Up Display, but it's not visible...
This car was simply astonishing :)
I hope you enjoy this video :)
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
See also Jamboolio's BMW of Manhattan video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-O0zwWONzE
BTW, 2011 BMW 1-Series M Coupe looks good!
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BMW 535i F10: 0 - 257 km/h
Beschleunigung bis zur abgeriegelten Höchstgeschwindigkeit aus dem Stand
Modus: Sport+ (Sport-Automatik)
Fahrzeug: BMW 535i M Sport - 225 kW/306 PS @ 5800 U/min - 400 Nm @ 1200-5000 U/min - 1775 kg
2010 BMW 535i
On the whole, we're pretty impressed with the 2011 BMW 5 Series, and after conducting our first drive in Portugal, we're confident that the F10 Fiver will make its way to the head of the class once again. Next week, the car will officially debut for the North American public at the New York Auto Show, and it will officially go on sale in June of this year, priced from $50,475 for the 535i and $60,575 for the 550i (including $875 for destination and handling).
The first key item to note is the base prices for both models are actually less than the current cars (only slightly, truth be told). However, in true German business-class luxury form, it's the options list that'll get you. Naturally, you'll want to shell out $2,200 for the Sport Package, and we'd recommend adding $2,700 for the Dynamic Handling Package, as well. Other fancy-shmancy add-ons include the usual Premium ($1,800, 535i only) or Premium 2 ($4,900/$2,800, 535i/550i) packages, Nappa leather ($2,450/$1,000), rear-seat entertainment ($2,200), integral active steering ($1,750), active cruise control ($2,400) and night vision with pedestrian detection ($2,600). The full list of options is available after the jump.
Still, even with the Exhaustive options list, the 5 Series is competitively priced against its key competitors the Audi A6 and Mercedes-Benz E-Class. And with a choice of two turbocharged engines, top-notch interior refinement and some shiny new sheetmetal, we're sure that prospective 5 Series owners will be quite pleased.