Original window sticker with options:
- Color A29 Silverstone Metallic N/C
- Upholstery X2A9 Silverstone Perf Full Leather.
- Options 1CA CO2 relevant vehicles N/C
- 319 Universal garage-door opener N/C
- 322 Comfort Access keyless entry
- 403 Moonroof N/C
- 415 Power rear sunshade N/C
- 416 Rear sunshades 575.00
- 430 Auto-dimming mirrors N/C
- 431 Auto-dimming rearview mirror N/C
- 441 Smoker's package N/C
- 453 Front ventilated seats
- 496 Heated rear seats
- 4MA Multi-function seats w/lumbar
- 4MF Active seat width adjustment N/C
- 502 Retractable headlight washers N/C
- 508 Park Distance Control N/C
- 524 Adaptive light control N/C
- 609 Navigation system N/C
- 620 Voice-command N/C
- 639 BMW Assist with Bluetooth N/C
- 655 Satellite radio w/1 year sub.
- 672 6-disc CD changer N/C
- 677 Premium hi-fi system N/C
- 697 DVD Area coding, North America N/C
- 737 Aluminum interior trim N/C
- 754 Rear spoiler N/C
- 818 Battery switch N/C
- 8SP CO2 control N/C
- 925 Shipping package N/C
- 9AA Transport protection N/C
2006 Bmw M5 on 2040-cars
Comins, Michigan, United States
Original window sticker with options:
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Auto blogFri, 06 Sep 2013 19:15:00 EST
Don't speed. Don't drive recklessly. Don't try to break the unofficial record for a lap of Manhattan. And if you go against this reasonable advice, do not, under any circumstances, record it and post the video on YouTube. If you do, you'll end up like Christopher Adam Tang - under arrest and facing a bevy of charges relating to the video.
Tang posted the video, which showed him lapping Manhattan in 24 minutes last Wednesday, and it quickly went viral. Now Tang, who went by the online moniker AfroDuck, is in cuffs. According to a local CBS affiliate, he was picked up at his home on Wednesday evening by police, who also seized the car used in the video, a 2006 BMW Z4.
What isn't clear is how Tang was caught. His video seems carefully done in that there are no outwardly visible signs that point to him, while the video itself is clearly sped up. While the NYPD hasn't come out and said that Tang was caught due to its extensive surveillance systems around the city, police commissioner Ray Kelly did point out that the new systems "will assist in this type of investigation." Let that serve as a warning to anyone that tries to break the 24-minute barrier. Scroll down to watch the full video.
I absolutely love to travel, but man, do I hate flying. Not the act of flying itself, but air travel in general - slogging through the airport, dealing with security, fighting with delays, only to finally be crammed like cattle into a too-small airplane seat where you're offered $8 sandwiches that are half-frozen. (Okay, it's not always that bad, but still.)
So when I was tasked with attending the launch for the 2015 Subaru WRX STI in Carmel, CA, I had a choice to make. I could fly into San Francisco and find my own way down to Carmel, or I could grab a turbo-prop out of SFO and fly directly into Monterey. And since you're reading about all of this in a car review, it's pretty obvious which option I chose.
The current BMW 5 Series isn't a new car, despite receiving a couple of updates for the 2014 model year. But what is new is the 3.0-liter turbodiesel inline six-cylinder engine found underhood, borrowed from the larger X5 xDrive35d and also seen in the upcoming 740Ld xDrive. It's a honey of an engine, and here in the 5 Series, it makes for a truly first-class experience.
Mini sold 301,526 cars in 2012; BMW sold 1.54 million of its own models. According to a piece in Autocar, analysts say the coming UKL1 platform that will form the skeleton of the third-generation Mini Cooper and coming front-wheel drive BMW 1 Series could be responsible for "more than 900,000 cars per year" all by itself.
That sale fire is fueled by the UKL1 wearing up to twenty-three bodies in total between the two brands, 11 for Mini and 12 for BMW, rendering hatchbacks, sedans, coupes, convertibles, wagons, crossovers and people-haulers from about 12.5 feet to 14.5 feet. In April the VP of Mini USA said we might find some current models don't make it to a next generation, but a graphic accompanying the Autocar story has them all there. If it's correct, then those 23 models will only base model lines and don't account for different engines and four-wheel-drive options for each model.
The big changes that would perhaps mean big sales for the Mini line are a five-door hatch with two smaller rear doors for children, the sedan talked about last year for Asian markets and an MPV perhaps wearing the "Traveler" name that could send the Countryman in a more SUV-like direction.