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2011 BMW X3M on the way

BMW has announced it will release the BMW X3 xDrive35i next year and it will feature the same, 225kW, twin turbo BMW 335i engine. There's now rumours circulating which point towards the production of an 'M' variant, much like the BMW X5M, without the twin-turbo V8. Although definite plans haven't been confirmed, the BMW X3M is likely to be powered by the same twin-turbo inline six as the upcoming BMW 1 Series M...

BMW 5 Series M Sport Package available in Australia

BMW Australia has announced the availability of the M Sport Package for the new BMW 5 Series range. Available across all Sedan and Touring models, the M Sport Package is set to arrive in local showrooms in November. Developed by BMW M GmbH, the package adds sports suspension, a revised aerodynamics package and lightweight 18in double-spoke alloys...

BMW 5 Series with M Sport Package revealed

BMW has showcased the new M Sport Package for its next generation BMW 5 Series sedan and touring models. Comprising a raft of visual changes from the M parts catalogue, the new M Sport Package for the BMW 5 Series also serves to preview the forthcoming BMW M5 super sedan...

2010 BMW 3 Series Coupe and Convertible receive M Sport Style

BMW Australia has announced the June arrival of a sportier redesigned 3 Series Coupe and Convertible with a new 335i M Sport model topping the new M range. Powered by a new 3.0-litre turbocharged engine, the BMW 335i M Sport delivers the same 225kW of power and 400Nm of torque as its 335i predecessor, sprinting from 0-100km/h in just 5.4 seconds...

Video: BMW 1 Series Coupe M version spied

The clip may last just ten seconds, but this is our first glimpse of the new performance BMW 1 Series from BMW's M-division in motion as it laps the Nurburgring circuit in Germany. With the standard BMW 135i already a potent little performance coupe, the pumped guards, wider track and boosted engine should deliver a package which would have even BMW M3 owners worried...

BMW 1 Series Coupe M version spied

A potent version of the BMW 1 Series from its M-division has long been speculated and further denied, although as these spy shots reveal the performance flagship is indeed in development. Perhaps spurred on by the success of the BMW 135i Coupe, it seems BMW has finally given an M version the green light and the results should be nothing short of spectacular...

BMW M Sports package for X5 announced, Australia being considered

BMW's X5 is set for a refresh in a few months, and will be launching in Europe in the second quarter of this year, with Australia following in June. Along with a host of mid-life upgrades, BMW has announced its M Sports package which consists of interior, exterior and chassis upgrades to personalise your X5...

BMW X6 M arrives, X5 M coming in January

As revealed by CarAdvice in September, BMW Australia has enhanced its high-performance range with the arrival of the X6 M. To be joined by the X5 M in January 2010, the head of BMW Group Australia, Stavros Yallouridis, said the new power couple would set new standards in the high-powered SUV market...

BMW X6 M and X5 M set for Australian debut

BMW Australia has announced the official pricing and specifications for its new X6 M, which is due to arrive in showrooms this December. This latest addition to the M division line-up will be priced from $179,900 and will represent the pinnacle of the X6 Sports Activity Coupé range...

BMW introduces M Sports Package for 7 Series

BMW is set to offer an M Sports Package for the first time on its new generation 7 Series luxury sedan. The package will accentuate the performance credentials of the BMW flagship by providing both interior and exterior highlights for a truly unique look. The M Sports Package comprises an aerodynamics package including a new front fascia, rear apron and additional chrome trim...

2009 BMW X5 M and X6 M revealed

In standard guise, the BMW X5 and especially its controversial X6 sibling are already very rapid and surprisingly agile, questioning not only the necessity of an M-division variant but also whether it was even possible to improve their performance. It seems subtlety is not part of the M-division vocabulary, engineering its new X5 M and X6 M flagship models to extraordinary heights, beginning with the engine...