BMW M3 E46 - Angel Eyes
Demonistration of Predator Orion V2 Multi-Color LED Angel Eyes w/ Remote
installed on a 2006 BMW M3 w/ Competition Package.
BMW F80 M3 Catless Downpipe Exhaust -- RaceWerkz Engineering
Video of the RaceWerkz BMW F80 M3 running a custom catless downpipe with
the stock Exhaust system. Purchase
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BMW K 1600 GTL Exclusive Test - MotorcycleTV Review
An epic 24 hour torture test of the BMW K 1600 GTL Exclusive from
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everything about the performance and features of this motorcycle while
viewing the bike in action. From the new online motorcycle tv show
2015 BMW (F15) X5 M50d (381hp) - DRIVE & SOUND (1080p)
This week I present to you the full Drive & Sound with the all new
2014/2015 BMW (F15) X5 M50d powered by the awesome Tri-turbo R6 Diesel delivering 381 hp and a whopping
740 Nm of torque. Similar to the M550d in which I had tested that engine
before the Tri-turbo plays out its
strength on the Autobahn by gaining speed as if wind-resistance and weight
were not existing. And its a really good engine for this amazing new X5!
It's probably not a real sports car (similar to the M550d) but the high
torque fits even better to this comfortable and settled SUV. Still
cornering and quick overtaking is possible making this feel half a tone
lighter than the Range Rover Sport with SDV6, yet being not quite as
luxurious. This particular car comes in a "standard" white paint and also
features the standard 19 inch wheels, which I personally would replace with
larger (especially wider) ones. Not sure if standard for the M50d or not
but BMW's adaptive LEDs are awesome. Actually I could think of the new X6
M50d (F16) being my car sometime in the future;) Please make sure to LIKE /
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BMW M5 F10 Hamann w/ Akrapovic Exhaust in London
In London I have filmed this stunning matte grey Hamann BMW M5 F10 from
Qatar. Some mods are a Hamann widebody kit, matte grey wrap, Akrapovic Exhaust and ADV.1 Wheels. Just listen to
that turbo whistle!
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First Drive: 2015 BMW X5 M - 575 hp - Good exhaust sound!
The new M TwinPower turbo engine for the
BMW X5 M and BMW X6 M is the most powerful unit ever developed by BMW for
an all-wheel-drive vehicle. Boasting innovative M TwinPower turbo technology with a pair of TwinScroll turbochargers, cross-bank Exhaust manifolds, VALVETRONIC and High
Precision Direct Petrol Injection, the 4.4-litre V8 produces maximum output
of 423 kW/575 hp between 6,000 and 6,500 rpm. That represents a four per
cent increase over the predecessor models. The step up is even clearer when
it comes to the power development of the new engine. Peak torque has been
Boosted by 70 Nm (52 lb-ft), which
equates to a rise of 10 per cent. Its 750 Nm (553 lb-ft) can be enjoyed
across a broad rev range between 2,200 and 5,000 rpm.
At the same time, fuel consumption of the new BMW X5 M and BMW X6 M in the
EU cycle has been cut by 20 per cent – from 13.9 l/100 km(20.3 mpg imp)
to 11.1 l/100 km (25.5 mpg imp). CO2 emissions are likewise down by more
than 20 per cent, to 258 g/km. The two models accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h
(62 mph) in 4.2 seconds through the standard eight- speed M Steptronic
transmission with Drivelogic. Top speed is limited to 250 km/h (155 mph).
With their striking use of forms, the new BMW X5 M clearly flag up their
sporting ambitions. With their exteriors painted fully in body colour, both
models cut a low-slung figure on the road, while mixed tyres showcase their
sporty track width and lend extra credence to their premium perception.
Additional exterior design modifications, moreover, elevate the
M models even further than before from the standard BMW X5. Large air
intakes at the front end, side gills with a model badge and Air Breathers,
signature M exterior mirrors in twin-stalk style, a typically M
four-tailpipe Exhaust system give them
a standalone look M fans will immediately recognise. Setting the seal on
this exclusive range of features are M-specific 20-inch light-alloy wheels
with mixed tyres or forged 21-inch M light-alloy wheels (optional).
The high-quality interior impresses with its well-thought-through
combination of sporty features, exclusive materials and flawless
workmanship. The M instrument cluster, M leather steering wheel with
aluminium gearshift paddles and M gearshift lever – which works in the
same way as the familiar M Double Clutch Transmission – are complemented
by electrically operated M sports seats for the driver and front passenger,
an M driver’s footrest and the optional Head-Up Display which, in
addition to the standard system, also includes an M-specific display with
gear indicator, rev band and shift lights.
New BMW X5 M customers also have the choice between various options
exclusive to the M models, such as 21-inch M light-alloy wheels, Merino
full-leather trim and M multifunction seats. And there’s also a choice of
two new and exclusive M paint finishes.
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