2019 BMW X3M F97
Rumors of a true M-division X3/X4 have been confirmed by AutoGeekz and we are excited to drive this Beast. Code-named the F97, this awesome SAV will be powered by the infamous S55 powerplant from the current M3/M4’s. Horsepower is reported to be 425 with a planned High Output version putting down 453!! Looks like BMW has a strong wide-ranging plan for the M-division in the coming years. All we can say is… Welcome back BMW
0-60 in 3.2 seconds! Enough said!!
The All-New 2018 BMW X2
BMW has added another model to their already strong lineup. The new X2 is based on the current X1 platform which was originally derived from the Mini Countryman. No matter where this new model started out, it’s a hit. AutoGeekz was given the opportunity to drive this compact crossover BMW. BMW had a clear vision when they set out to make this new model, and it’s evident in how this sporty crossover drives. It’s fun, responsive and reminiscent of an earlier time in BMW’s history. We drove the M-Sport X and the suspension was spot-on, the steering feels crisp and precise (unlike the F30) and it put a smile on all of our faces. With all the BMW’s we’ve driven recently, this one may be the most exciting. No it’s not the fastest or best handling but it gives us hope that BMW has listened to the enthusiast community and has started to make changes to their steering calibration if nothing else. This is one can you need to drive!
We spotted this cool Austin Yellow BMW M3 F80 at BimmerFest East 2017. It was totally decked out in M-Performance accessories. Just to hit a few of the highlights; M-Performance stripes, steering wheel, carbon fiber interior trim, exhaust, splitters and lower lip spoiler. Don’t forget to visit and like our Facebook page here
AutoGeekz spotted this 1964 BMW 700 in the BMW Museum in Munich. The design was a departure from BMW’s norm, it has no Hofmeister kink or the twin kidney grills. When BMW released this car at eh 1959 Frankfurt Auto Show, they received 25,000 purchase orders and secured the 700’s future. Some people credit this car with saving BMW in the post-war era.
This stunning 1968 BMW 2002ti is on display at the BMW museum in Munich. 2002’s are getting harder to find in good condition here in the U.S. and their seem to be on the rise. Love this color and the rally style driving lights on the front bumper. @werautogeekz #bmw2002 #bmw2002ti #vintagebmw #bmwlife
We had a chance to get an up-close look at the new 2018 BMW M550xi. This beast sounds awesome! The dealer didn’t have time to get it prepped for us so we couldn’t drive it yet. Check back for our full review and test-drive. #bmwlife #bmwporn #bmwm550 #bmwlove #autogeekz @werautogeekz #mperformance
We had an awesome day at the BMW Group VDC. BMW was kind enough to give a full tour of the facility but we had to put our cameras and phones away. So unfortunately this is the only picture we have from our day at this incredible facility. The 2018 BMW 760Li in matte gray was our favorite car on the tour followed closely by the M4 GTS and a Rolls Royce Ghost black edition. Thanks BMW
This 2015 BMW X1 35i is a total sleeper. Based on the venerable E90 platform, the E84 with an N55 is highly underrated. In M-Sport trim this car handles exceptionally well, has plenty of power, but best of all it has huge potential. This X1 above is Full-Bolt-On (FBO) plus water/meth injection to achieve low 12’s in the quarter. I’ve personally seen it gap modified E90 M3’s and a ton of unsuspecting performance cars. Cheers to BMW on this car. Shame they sunsetted this combo in the new X1 but there’s obviously no place for the N55 in the transverse world of a Mini Countryman.
This rusty BMW has been the background on my phone home screen for almost 4 years. That’s how much I love this picture I took at GutenFest in 2013. I think it’s an E9 but I’m not sure? Let me know what you think and I’ll update my post. Whatever it is, I love it. I haven’t been back to Gutenfest since but I’m pretty sure I’ll be there this year. Hope to see you there.