BMW M3: All 4 Generations (E30, E36, E46, E92) at The Track! - Ignition Episode 66

On this episode of Ignition, Carlos Lago is back and driving all four generations of his favorite German sports car, the BMW M3! Through 28 years of evolution, from E30 to E36 to E46 to E90, has the M3 lost its edge? Ignition appears every Monday on the Motor Trend youtube channel.

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The Ultimate BMW M3 Review: E30 vs E36 vs E46 vs E92 vs F80
Download the official Car Throttle app now! VISIT OUR SHOP: Subscribe to Car Throttle: For millions of car lovers around the world, the BMW M3 is the ultimate expression of driving nirvana. Over 30 years and five generations, it's been BMW's most successful halo car. In this Christmas special, Alex drives each generation of the M3 to try and find his tyre-smoking favourite... ----- Follow Car Throttle ----- Subscribe to Car Throttle: On our website: On Facebook: On Twitter: ----- Music by ----- Tom Kent: YouTube: "Such Fun" by Tobu Ninety9Lives: YouTube: ----- A huge thanks to CT friend Colin Furze!

2016 BMW M4 GTS: When Extreme Isn’t Extreme Enough? - Ignition Ep. 162
On this episode of Ignition presented by Tire Rack (, Motor Trend Senior Features Editor Jason Cammisa explores the virtues of the BMW M4 GTS. The M4 GTS is BMW’s solution for those who think the M4 is too soft, too sober, and too understated. Just 700 of these special cars will be produced, and only 300 of them are coming to the U.S. It costs a breathtaking $135,195, but delivers 68 more horsepower than the M4, for a total of 493 hp. Helping the engine make that power is water injection—a trick we haven’t seen in a production car for more than 50 years. With fully revised suspension, sticky track tires, and no back seats, the GTS promises to be the ultimate M4. Then again, we’ve been fooled before. Could the GTS be an overpriced, silly poseur machine for guys who live in their racing suits? Can the GTS clear a speed bump? Heck, can it do a burnout over a speed bump? Cammisa finds out and then hands the keys to SCCA Hall-of-Fame driver Randy Pobst to see how much faster it is than a regular M4 around Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. Ignition appears every other Monday on the Motor Trend Youtube channel. Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! Facebook - & Twitter - & Google+ - Instagram - @mt_ignition Website -

Well, we did it. We finally drove a BMW M3, but it was the epic M3 CRT! And I can't believe how I felt about it. What did you think about this car? Let me know in the comments down below! Huge thanks to the owner of the M3 and Evan Paul Motors for allowing us to drive this one! HELP US BECOME THE FIRST CHANNEL WITH 1 BILLION SUBSCRIBERS - Ale's #OOTD - For more info and to redeem your P-Nos Points go to: LATEST UPLOADS: If you want to stay in touch with us or ask questions, you can reach out through Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, or email. Here are some links below! Follow Salomondrin on: - Facebook - - Instagram - - Twitter - Follow Farshad on: - Insta - - Twitter - Follow Pedro on: - Insta - - Facebook - - Twitter - - Email - P.O. Box: Salomondrin 23371 Mulholland Dr. #138 Woodland Hills, CA 91364 Pedro's Gear: Sony A7Sii (4k Cam) - Canon G7x Mark ii (Sneaky, take anywhere cam) - Sony 24-240 Lens (Can use for anything!) - Rode Video Mic (On camera mic for A7Sii or any DSLR) - Rode Video Micro (use for the GoPro) - GoPro Hero 5 - GoPro Hero Session - DJI Mavic Pro - Fat Gecko Camera and Camcorder Mount - Music by Epidemic Sound Listen to the #LTACY podcast on: iTunes - Google Play - Overcast.FM - Pocket Cast -

2016 BMW M2: Sometimes the Sequel is Great, Too! - Ignition Ep. 149
The BMW 1 Series M Coupe was an instant classic. It was the product of an internal skunkworks project to shoehorn the suspension, wheels, and brakes from the larger M3 Competition Pack into the 1 Series. The fender-flared squat little bulldog was a bit badly behaved, which only made us love it more. These days, BMW’s cars are more capable, but at the expense of the involvement that made the brand what it is today. So we were genuinely concerned that the M2 would be more of a marketing exercise than a real Motorsport-inspired product. Motor Trend Senior Editor Jason Cammisa takes the M2 to the back roads, and brings SCCA Hall of Fame inductee Randy Pobst along to the Streets of Willow to find out if the M2 is a worthy successor to the laugh-a-minute 1M Coupe in this episode of Ignition, presented by Tire Rack ( Ignition appears every other Monday on the Motor Trend Youtube channel. Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! Facebook - & Twitter - & Google+ - Instagram - @mt_ignition Website -