This Friday at the celebration of the start of production of the BMW X4, current CEO of BMW AG as well as Chairman of the Board of Management Norbert Reithofer announced: “With the BMW X7, we are developing another, larger X model, which we will produce at our U.S. plant for our world markets – once again underscoring our commitment to the U.S.”
So it was officialy announced that BMW X7 will be produced. I am sure that will be a great car. Continue reading
David Obendorfer industrial designer came up with a modern interpretation of the 1968 BMW E9 series designed by Giovanni Michelotti. In fact, it focuses on two models: Michelotti’s E9 and its predecessor, the 1965 BMW 2000 CS (E120 series).
I hope you had a good day. Enoy this evening in a classic BMW 5 Series E28 bodystyle.
The refiners from Manhart Performance unveiled one of the visually and technically most spectacular interpretations of the current BMW compact class top athlete last December: The M135i’s evolution into the “MH1 400”.
Manhart Performance thus tailored a carbon exterior package to the bodywork of the MH1 400 containing a front spoiler blade, a rear diffusor with black stainless steel lattice, and external mirror flaps. The external appearance of the MH1 400 is perfected by a smooth-blending BMW M-Performance rear spoiler and an exclusive full wrapping in “longitudinally polished aluminum in matt black”. Continue reading