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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
2020 BMW M3 spied with large grille
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1st Oct 2019
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2020 BMW M3 spied with large grille

The next-generation BMW M3 sedan has been spied on the Nurburgring Nordschleife. Unlike early prototypes, BMW has taken away the temporary mesh trim protecting the grille. The vertical slats on this prototype's grille are steel bars held in place by visible screws, so they're clearly not the final design.
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Derek Fung
BMW M2 'GT4' teased
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2nd Aug 2019
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BMW M2 'GT4' teased

BMW M Motorsport has previewed a new 'entry-level' race car for 'grassroots motorsport' based on the M2 Competition. We've unofficially dubbed it as the 'M2 GT4', given the racing class' entry-level positioning in FIA competitions and the overall look of the track car, which doesn't appear too modified from the standard road-going version.
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James Wong
2020 BMW M4 Convertible spied
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10th Jul 2019
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2020 BMW M4 Convertible spied

Photographers have snapped the new BMW M4 Convertible this week, giving us a first look at the next generation of the marque’s hot ragtop. While the design changes are a little difficult to see thanks to the heavy camouflage and pre-production panels, one of the biggest differences between this car and the model currently on sale is indeed the soft top, with BMW electing to employ a folding fabric roof compared to the metal unit used on today’s 4 Series.
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James Wong