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CARJAM TV - Subscribe Here Now http://www.youtube.com/carjamradio Like Us Now On Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CarjamTV For The World's Best Car Videos Website: http://www.carjam.tv Radio: http://www.rte.ie/radio1/specials/jamesbond.html Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/carjamtv Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/CarjamRadio BMW M, also known as M-Technik or just "M" (for Motorsport) was initially created to facilitate BMW's racing program, which was very successful in the 1960s and 1970s. As time passed, BMW M began to supplement BMW's vehicles portfolio with specially modified higher trim models, for which they are now most known by the general public. These M-badged cars traditionally include modified engines, transmissions, suspensions, interior trims, aerodynamics, and exterior modifications to set them apart from their counterparts. All M models are tested and tuned at BMW's private facility at the Nürburgring racing circuit in Germany. Current M cars 1 Series M Coupe - E82 Coupe (2011 to present) M3 - E90 Sedan, E92 Coupe, E93 Cabriolet (2008 to present) M5 - F10 Saloon (2011 to present) X5 M - E70 SAV (2010 to present) X6 M - E71 SAV (2010 to present)  Previous M cars M1 - E26 Supercar Coupe, no relation with the modern E81/E82/E87/E88 1 series M3 - E30 Coupe/Cabriolet, E36 Coupe/Sedan/Cabriolet, E46 Coupe/Cabriolet M5 - E28 Sedan, E34 Sedan/Touring, E39 Sedan, E60 Sedan, E61 Touring M635CSi/M6 - E24 Coupe M6 - E63 Coupe, E64 Cabriolet (2005 to 7/2010) M Coupe - E36/8 and E86 Coupe M Roadster - E36/7 and E85 Roadster  M Badged cars All these cars are true BMW Motorsport models, not M-line sport models that bear BMW Motorsport features such as sport body kits, and interior specs. E12 M535i (1979--1981) - Often considered the first mass production vehicle built by BMW Motorsport E31 850CSi (1992--1996) - An M car in all but name; it had a BMW M--sourced engine and its VIN indicated that it was developed by BMW Motorsport, like all other M cars. E31 M8 Prototype - A vehicle which was for unknown reasons canceled by BMW BMW 320is E30 is a de-tuned version of the E30 BMW M3. It has a 2.0 litre engine instead of the regular 2.3. This was done for cheaper taxing purposes, nevertheless the car had a full-on developed M engine. Audi's RS models, Mercedes-Benz's AMG models, and more recently Lexus F model(s) and Cadillac V model(s), are often reviewed in direct competition to a similarly-sized BMW M car, such as the Lexus IS-F vs. Audi RS4 vs. Mercedes C63 AMG vs. BMW M3. BMW M cars are still the best known in-house high performance derivatives, due to the longevity of their nameplates, and as they occupy the undisputed position at the top of their lineup from BMW. For instance, while the M3 has always been the top-performing version of BMW's compact executive classification, their competition has either undergone designation changes or not been consistently produced. For instance the Audi RS4 has not been offered for every generation or sold in every market, while the Audi S4 has less performance than the M3, while the C-Class's AMG performance version has several different badges (C36, C43, C55, and C63). BMW M also faces competition from several independent companies offering their own performance versions of BMW models; some performance packs can be retrofitted to existing cars while others are applied to new cars bought directly from BMW AG and converted prior to first registration. Such companies include Hamann Motorsport, Alpina, Dinan Cars, AC Schnitzer and Hartge. The fastest and most powerful BMW M conversions are made by G Power (www.g-power.de) in Germany which holds several World speed records including the M5 Huricane RR with 372.1 km/h (231.3 mph). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BMW_M
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