The M5

The M5 Oh, it’ll turn off at stop lights to save gas? That’s cute. I wonder how much gas it’ll save when that twin-turbo 4.4 liter V8 claws its way to the 7,000rpm redline? Any gas you do save is certain to be obliterated in frightening fashion with any hint of spirited pedal work. Then […] More »

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The M6

The M6 Basically the same thing with the M5, except with the M6 you can’t even carry extra adults. Well, okay. You can but the people sitting in the back seat aren’t going to be happy about it. On the plus side, Efficient Dynamics means you’ll be able to drive longer, faster, without having to stop […] More »

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The Alpina B7

The Alpina B7 The M7 isn’t a real thing and the Alpina B7 is as close as you’re going to get. It too features Efficient Dynamics, and considering it’s not a sports car, we can see that working a little bit better here. It still has the twin-turbo V8 of the M5 and M6, just […] More »

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Two Reasons Efficient Dynamics is Awesome

  Efficeint Dynamics is BMW-speak for gas-sipping, world saving, eco-greenie tech. They include things like start-stop technology and alternative fuel sources. For a lot of people in the industry, those things sound like the death of fun. But the reality is the world is changing, and manufacters need to make cars that are more efficient. […] More »

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The i3 Concept

i3 with Chief Designer Adrian Hooydonk The i3 It’s a little bit more difficult to see how the i3 is anything more than a punt towards the city car market. Admittedly, it has the same out-of-control styling as the i8, but it’s not a sports car. It’s probably not even an entertaining car. What it […] More »

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