What a great time to be a BMW fan. With a host of new product already released and many more on the horizon, BMW is making some real noise. Check out this great video with exhaust and revs of the new M8. The 2018 850i is scheduled to hit showrooms in the later part of 2018. Looking forward to driving this beautiful car.
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
BMW produced only 453 of these gorgeous mid-engine sports cars. The 3.5L in-line 6 cylinder engine (code named M88) produced 273 horsepower and could propel the M1 to 162 MPH. I had the absolute pleasure of driving one of these amazing cars at the BMW Performance Center in Spartanburg SC while mobile traditions took the cars out on the track back in 2000. The sound of the glorious M88 behind you is like a world-class mechanical symphony! This is a cool picture I took of the M88 in the BMW Museum in Munich German. If you’re a BMWPhile this museum is a must. The individual velocity stacks on the M88 make it one pretty motor.