Explore it at http://www.bmw.com/1series and see all model versions.
This is the new BMW 1 Series. The second generation is even more sporty and fuel-efficient than before --and significantly more comfortable and spacious.
Additionally, a BMW Sport Line and BMW Urban Line provide added scope for personalization using exclusive interior and exterior design features and equipment.
BMW Security Vehicles. Training.
Deep Inside East Germany. On a former soviet military airport, BMW offers
its toughest driver training. Here, drivers of BMW High Security Vehicles
can develop their driving skills and push the cars to their limits.
BMW M5. Green Hell Fly & Drive 2011
Register now: http://www.M-Power.com . Already, thousands of you registered
to be part of the BMW M5 Story. Some days ago, six of you had the chance to
test-drive the new BMW M5 at a very special place... the Nordschleife,
BMW 328 Hommage
The BMW 328 was one of the dream sports cars of the 1930s. On it's 75th
birthday, BMW is paying tribute with a special model -- the BMW 328
New BMW 1 Series Previewed - What Car?
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The BMW 1 Series is the only rear-drive hatch in the class and scores with
a strong combination of performance, economy and emissions across all
engines. The 1 Series handles well, too.
The 1 Series is one of the least practical small family cars with limited
rear legroom and a small boot. It's also pricey to buy and refinement could
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CLASH supports : Marius Hesleskaug
Marius Hesleskaug and Clash work together to bring you some great videos.
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About the director:
" I´m a 26 year old amateur filmmaker from Norway, that has a huge
interest in motorsport. I started out with my first videocamera two years
ago. And now I have a Sony PMW Ex1 and a Canon 7d. Over the years the
norwegian motorsport scene has mostly been Rallying but in the later years
drifting as grown as a sport as well. I have startet a website called
www.autobloggen.net to contribute as much footage from the track as I can.
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New Mercedes C-Class v Audi A4 v BMW 3 Series group test - Auto Express
Welcome to the toughest of three-way fights. The models in this test
dominate the compact executive sector, but does the arrival of the revised
Mercedes C-Class upset the established order?
The German company has carried out what it's calling a 'comprehensive
modernisation' to help the saloon leapfrog the BMW 3-Series and Audi A4.
Revised exterior styling, cleaner engines and a better-quality cabin are a
few of the changes to have been rolled out, but will they be enough?
2012 BMW 1-Series Interior [120d&116i] (HD)
Exciting, elegant, innovative design
The drive-train layout, with a longitudinally mounted in-line engine at the
front and rear-wheel drive, is unique within the compact segment. This
improves the new BMW 1-Series' handling, and is also reflected in its
design, with BMW's typical proportions: long bonnet, wide wheelbase,
swept-back passenger cell. The new BMW 1-Series is the embodiment of
responsiveness and innovative elegance in a compact car, with a youthful,
lively design and high-quality features adding to the excitement.
The front of the car is dominated by the large BMW kidney-shaped radiator
grille, boldly shaped headlight units and three-section air intake. The
grille is tilted forwards, adding emphasis to the challenging stance of
this most sporty of compact models, while the surrounding areas catch the
light and create a strong sense of three-dimensionality, with four contour
lines on the bonnet forming a V that points towards the grille. The typical
BMW double-round headlights have accent trim across their tops. In
combination with the optional bi-xenon headlights, this creates a strongly
focused look, powerfully enhanced by the direction indicators set into the
inner light rings of the headlights and an LED accent light. In another
innovation for BMW, the side indicator lights are integrated in the
From the side, the proportions of the new BMW 1-Series are even more
strikingly apparent. The slightly sloping roof line, sporty, angled rear
windscreen and flat side windows give the car a coupé-like feel, while the
Hofmeister kink - the low forward bend at the back end of the side windows
- extends well into the C-pillar, making the door aperture wider and
facilitating entry to and exit from the rear seats.
The design quality of the new BMW 1-Series, which is unique in the compact
segment, is particularly evident in the distinctive BMW lines and
dramatically curved surfaces. The characteristic BMW swage line starts at
the front sidewall and rises continuously to the rear lights, its boldness
giving powerful emphasis to the shoulder area, with the door openers neatly
integrated into the swage line. An additional character line below the
doors flows sharply upwards into the outline of the rear wheel arch. The
sill line provides a similarly dynamic touch, running parallel to the road
and then rising steeply at the rear wheel arch, which is nicely echoed by
the outlines of the side windows. The size of the rear wheel arches draws
attention to its rear-wheel-drive layout which is the reason for its
excellent dynamic responses.
The wide-set wheel arches reinforce the broad, powerful impression created
by the back of the new BMW 1-Series. The wide-opening, slightly concave
tailgate is opened by pressing the top section of the BMW emblem that sits
at its centre, and the rear lights are also set well apart, creating a
strong horizontal emphasis that is heightened by their deep surrounds.
There are optional xenon headlights, and the rear lights consist of
L-shaped banks of LEDs. An additional brake light is set into the roof
spoiler. The outline of the rear apron echoes that of the front bumper,
while the V-shaped emblem surround leads the eye towards the road surface,
emphasizing the new BMW 1-Series' stable roadholding.
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
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New BMW 1 Series - Interior / Design & Driving [HD]
The second generation of the BMW 1 Series offers state-of-the-art engine
and suspension technology, further improvements in fuel efficiency,
significantly more space and an innovative range of features and equipment.
Still the only rear-wheel-driven car in its class, it builds on the
strengths of its predecessor, which has already sold more than one million
units worldwide. The body of the new BMW 1 Series is 85 millimetres longer
than its predecessor, at 4,324 millimetres, while the wheelbase has widened
by 30 millimetres to 2,690 millimetres. The car also looks more powerful
because its overall width has increased by 17 millimetres to 1,765
millimetres (due to an increase in track of 51 millimetres at the front and
72 millimetres at the rear), whereas its height remains unchanged at 1,421
millimetres. The rear seats have 21 millimetres more legroom, and the
luggage compartment has expanded by 30 litres to 360 litres.
BMW M5 vs Porsche Panamera GTS! - Head 2 Head Episode 16
On this episode of Head 2 Head, Motor Trend's Jonny Lieberman pits the 2013
BMW M5 against the 2013 Porsche Panamera GTS in an epic super sedan
showdown. The battle begins in California's Mojave desert with a classic
quarter-mile drag race. Then Jonny takes both V-8 powered sports saloons up
to Big Bear, California to find out which one carves up the winding
mountain roads the best.
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The new BMW M5. High-speed testing at the Nardò Ring.
More at http://www.M-Power.com . High-speed testing at the Nardò Ring in
the south of Italy is an important part of the new BMW M5's development
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