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BMW M Performance parts revealed for X5, X6 and X7
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7th Oct 2019
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BMW M Performance parts revealed for X5, X6 and X7

BMW has released its latest set of M Performance add-ons, allowing owners to give their X5, X6 and X7 a racier look. What's available varies based on model; most of the X5 and X7 upgrades are style focused, whereas the 'sportier' X6 is also offered with the brakes from the X5 and X6 M with bigger, heavily ventilated discs and calipers finished in red. The bigger brakes can be coupled with a set of 22-inch alloy wheels finished in matte or gloss black.
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Scott Collie
BMW 320i, 330e & M340i here in September
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17th Jun 2019
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BMW 320i, 330e & M340i here in September

BMW Australia has confirmed three new variants for the new-generation 3 Series line-up, with the 320i, 330e iPerformance and M340i xDrive all headed to local showrooms later this year. The announcement adds a new entry point, a new flagship, and a new electrified option to the 3er family, with pricing to start at $64,900 for the 320i and climbing to $99,900 for the M340i xDrive. All prices exclude on-road costs.
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James Wong
2019 BMW 1 Series gets M Performance Parts
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27th May 2019
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2019 BMW 1 Series gets M Performance Parts

It may have only just been revealed yesterday, but the all-new BMW 1 Series has already received the M Performance Parts treatment from the company's motorsport division, with the range of performance accessories already available in Europe. Various components can be specified for the exterior and interior, optimising aerodynamics and enhancing aesthetics.
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James Wong
2019 BMW X2 M35i pricing and specs - UPDATE
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26th Nov 2018
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2019 BMW X2 M35i pricing and specs - UPDATE

BMW Australia has released pricing and specifications details for the new X2 M35i M Performance, ahead its arrival Down Under next year. UPDATE: BMW has confirmed to the X2 M35i will touch down in February. Priced from $68,900 plus on-road costs, the first M Performance version of the company's smallest coupe-styled crossover is $9000 dearer than the xDrive20d that previously held top spot in the range, though it offsets that price increase with a hefty performance punch.
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James Wong
BMW M140i: Next-gen to go hyper hatch - report
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4th Sep 2018
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BMW M140i: Next-gen to go hyper hatch - report

The BMW 1 Series may be switching to a front-wheel drive platform for its next iteration, but a new report has suggested the replacement for the M140i performance flagship will be no slouch. An article by Carscoops claims the next performance version of BMW's small hatchback will go toe-to-toe with all-wheel drive hot hatches and hyper hatches like the Mercedes-AMG A35/A45 and Audi S3/RS3.
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James Wong