The Upcoming BMW G05 X5 xDrive45e Plug-in Hybrid Spotted

The current BMW X5 xDrive40e will be replaced next year by a more powerful X5 plug-in hybrid. It is supposed that it will have 390 HP and more than 500 Nm of torque combined. The internal combustion engine will still be a 2-liter petrol.

Here are some pics of new BMW G05 X5 xDrive45e Plug-in Hybrid Spotted being tested. Continue reading

Elvis Presley BMW 507 Car Restoration Work VIDEO

A rare BMW once owned by the king of rock and roll Elvis Presley has been found and restored.
The 1957 BMW 507 was fully disassembled, revamped, repainted and put back together to restore its former glory at BMW in Germany.


Presley originally purchased the car while stationed in Germany with the US Army in 1958.
The car was previously used for racing before Presley bought it and was a hot commodity of the time.
When Presley purchased the car the paint was white, but rumor says so many fans wrote notes to the king of rock in lipstick he eventually painted it red.

Once he headed back to the states in 1960, Elvis brought the car along with him.

He soon traded it in to a dealer who re-sold it for $4,500.
Only 254 makes of the model were created of the 507 making them incredibly rare.

They sell for as much as $2.5 million today in perfect condition.
Presley’s model was modified with a Chevrolet V8 engine and new gearbox and rear axle.
After changing owners over the years it eventually came to Jack Castor, a car collector who stored the vehicle in a ‘pumpkin warehouse’ in Alabama.
In 2006, the car was confirmed as the same one owned by Presley and BMW purchased the car from Castor.

Two years ago the car was shipped to Germany, and fully restored with a mix of new and old parts.
The finished look saw the car painted in its original coat of white.
Although the car is not for sale, it will make a public debut at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance on August 21.

Video and Description take from LowMileage Youtube Channel.

Picture of the Day – BMW E32 Long

The BMW E32 is the second generation of the BMW 7 Series luxury cars and was produced from 1986 to 1994. It replaced the E23 and was initially available with a straight-six or V12 engine.

The designer team was made of chief stylist Ercole Spada and Hans Kerschbaum working under the guidance of then-chief designer Claus Luthe.
I like a lot this model and would be happy to buy one in great condition.