For sale is a beautifully maintained BMW M6 Coupe with 7 Speed SMG and only 52,500 miles... I bought the car October 2012 with 35k miles and a 1 year CPO warranty from BMW Ramsey NJ. Factory Options include: REAL CARBON FIBER BLACK DASH TRIM COMFORT ACCESS KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM ENHANCED PREMIUM SOUND FULL MERINO BLACK LEATHER w LEATHER INSTRUMENT PANEL HEADS UP DISPLAY HIGH DEFINITION RADIO IPOD/USB ADAPTER SEQUENTIAL MANUAL GEARBOX (SMG) SIRIUS SATELLITE RADIO SOFT-CLOSE AUTOMATIC DOORS 6 CD CHANGER I have added to this 2007 car some features from a 2010 M6 using all original BMW OEM parts fully working as per factory spec such as: >>>this makes the car look and fell like a 2010 2010 headlights, turn signals and tail lights (ALL LED) 2010 Navigation unit CIC, fully integrated with hard-drive, voice control, IPOD control, Bluetooth w Bluetooth Audio, HD Radio, BMW APPS and tethered internet access 2010 LCI dual automatic electronic climate controls 2010 BMW Individual DIRAC sound system BMW Digital amp, speakers and subs, even upgraded to the silver surround speakers grills on the door and rear sail panels I have added to this 2007 an aftermarket: Dinan Stage 2 Suspension System D190-6318 >>>this is what BMW should have put on the car, it's less than an inch lower than stock and can out handle a stock M3 XPEL Clear Bra on nose, lower rocker panels and lower rear bumper.
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Auto blogWed, 25 Sep 2013 11:57:00 EST
Getting Our Butts In The Seats
Both the non-M BMW 3 Series sedan and 4 Series coupe have so far brought much pleasure to us at Autoblog. The terrific four-cylinder 328i trim has become our favorite of the 3 Series line, while we have yet to get a chance at the 428i coupe. That said, the 35i trim powered by a 3.0-liter TwinPower Turbo inline six-cylinder engine is not exactly to be sniffed at.
We all know the ones you're really waiting for, though. The F80 fifth-generation M3 sedan and the supremely sexy F82 M4 coupe. Rumors have been buzzing for a couple of years now that the engine would be another V8, only turbocharged this time, or else a tri-turbo six. Well, today BMW confirmed that the mill under the hood's power bulge is a 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder TwinPower Turbo of the biturbo variety, referred to internally as "S55B30 variant."
BMW has brought a slightly different concept vehicle to the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show. Rather than something that foreshadows a future product or a new design direction, the Munich-based manufacturer has brought an X5 that's designed to be shot at. It's called the Concept X5 Security Plus. The Concept X5 name is a bit misleading, though. It's based on the 2014 X5, while BMW already builds an armored CUV, called the X5 Security. The concept tag has to do with the "Security Plus" part.
Engineered to be compliant with VR6 security standards - the current X5 Security is for VR4 standards - the Concept X5 will quite happily shrug off direct attacks from an AK-47. Thanks to sealed joints, high-strength steel moldings, high-performance steel body panels and special, polycarbonate-coated security glass, Kalashnikov's finest, whether used as a firearm or as a melee weapon, would be useless against this X5.
Built alongside the standard X5 in BMW's Spartanburg, SC factory, the X5 is shipped to a BMW facility in Toluca, Mexico for installation of the armor and security features. The company claims this delivers a more thoroughly engineered protective solution than aftermarket retrofitting.
The last time the Dinan name graced the pages of Autoblog, Michael Harley was waxing poetic about the S3-R BMW 1M Coupe, a car that still stands in his ranks as one of the best cars he's ever driven. And that wasn't just because it was, you know, amazing. It's because as far as tuners go, Dinan produces some seriously well-executed products. Harley said of the 1M, for example, "It was so fully formed and well-rounded that it felt like BMW itself had made it."
Eager to sample some of these wholly wonderful wares, I cleared a few hours in my Monterey Car Week schedule and booked a date with the S1 M5 you see here - the (current) daily driver of Mr. Steve Dinan, himself. But unlike the S3-R 1M the company tuned previously, the donor car in question here is vastly different and, if I'm honest, not as good. See, I adore the stock 1M in a way words cannot express, but the standard-issue M5... good as it is, there are indeed a few flaws.
But after driving the Dinan S1 M5 around the Monterey Peninsula, I can confirm two things. First, Harley's conclusion that Dinan builds products that feel 100 percent BMW-spec is absolutely true. And second, Steve and the gang haven't just created a tuned M5, they've built a better one.