If you know BMWs, you can figure out the M6 Gran Coupe. But enjoy the pictures.
Okay, look. We know you're smart. We know you know all about the current BMW M5 and M6. We also know you probably know what the BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe is. So we're not going to waste your time going over all the details of the new BMW M6 Gran Coupe. You already know them.
And the M3 becomes the M4. No joke.
The car you see in the photo gallery above, while it bears a pretty strong resemblance to the new F30-generation BMW 3 Series, is called the Concept 4 Series. And that means exactly what you think it does: the two door 3 Series models will finally be walking down to city hall to change their names.
We should know for sure by next year, though
has a new report regarding the next-generation BMW M3, and among all the tasty bits is one detail that caused us to spit out our coffee: according to their sources, the new M3 won't offer a manual gearbox.
An old competitor returns to Germany's version of NASCAR.
It may have taken them 20 years, but BMW is finally getting back into the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters racing game. And it's about damn time. It's not that surprising, really—when was the last time BMW let Mercedes-Benz and Audi dominate anything uncontested?
We, as always, remain skeptical.
Unlike Richard Branson's time machine, we're pretty sure Inside Line's story declaring that the 2014 BMW M3 will be powered by a V6 isn't supposed to be an early April Fools' Day joke.