BMW M9 Concept


;f you are looking for a futuristic looking and very powerful car, then your quest ends with BMW M9 Concept. This car would have it all, from extravagant exterior design and very comfortable and well-equipped interior design to great engine performances and specifications. The BMW M9 will be a worthy addition to its already existing fleet of cars.



It is expected to come with either the V12 or V8 motor. Since the car is light, the pace has been increased and it also has an effective motor.

To give this car an edge over the others, the velocity has been increased to 320 kph. The predecessors had a motor of 4395 cc, but this model is expected to be more superior in this regard.



BMW M9 would have a very peculiar exterior design which would have only two doors and LED headlights and taillights. The car would also have somewhat combined futuristic and extravagant exterior design.

In addition to having only two doors, BMW M9 would also have only one seat row for the maximum of two passengers. The manufacturer would use leather materials for seats and upholstery thus making the car very comfortable. Also, the manufacturer would most surely use a lot of modern technologies, such as Bluetooth and SB connectivity.



The “extremely fast” BMW concept electric motorcycle

BMW has super-charged the race towards zero-emission biking by unveiling its latest concept electric motorcycle.

The BMW Motorrad Concept Link uses radical electric battery packs stored in its base, features a reverse gear to make parking easier, and a seat that adjusts itself to suit each rider’s bottom.

Its touchscreen dashboard can even be connected to the rider’s online calendar so it always knows where it needs to go every time it is started.

BMW claims the concept is “extremely fast” though designers have not yet revealed stats to back up the claim.

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Concept electric motorcycle could kickstart new era of biking

The German automotive superpower hopes the concept could kickstart a new era of motorcycle design.

BMW Motorrad’s Alexander Buckan said: “The technical realities of electric drive – such as the flat energy packs in the underfloor and the compact drive on the rear wheel – allowed us to create a highly distinctive design which shapes a new segment.

“The resulting expressive power of the vehicle is absolutely new for BMW Motorrad and breaks with all conventional viewing patterns.”

BMW says the concept blends fast acceleration and easy handling.

Due to its low overall height, getting on is easy too, from the side or even from the back.

A reverse gear ensures that it is easy to manoeuvre, making it ideal to park in tight city spaces.

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Electric motorcycle projects data onto windshield

Instead of a classic instrument cluster, speed, navigation and battery information is projected onto the windshield directly in the rider’s field of vision.

Secondary information is displayed on a panel below the handlebars.

Programmable, touch-enabled buttons on the handlebars allow the rider to access functions without having to loosen grip.

The concept is the latest in a series of vehicles designed by BMW to showcase the future of transport.

BMW is set to bring back the 8 Series as a luxury GT

BMW is set to bring back the 8 Series as a luxury GT to rival the Mercedes S-Class Coupe

The BMW 8 Series is set to return with an all new model to rival the Mercedes S-Class Coupe as a large, luxurious grand tourer.

Trademark applications with the global intellectual property regulators reveal that BMW has already started the basic prep work. In late March it applied to strengthen its control of a string of 8 Series-related names, including 825, 830, 835, 850, 845, 860 and M850.


A BMW insider has confirmed to Auto Express that the move was not merely a case of the company ring-fencing the badges for possible future use, and that it reflects an imminent rejig of BMW’s GT line-up. BMW’s decision to bring back the 8 Series is due to a change of heart on what the 6 Series needs to be. The Bavarian manufacturer has not considered a rival to the Porsche 911 sports car before, preferring its 6 Series to be a larger, heavier GT. But the arrival of the Mercedes-AMG GT in the same market as the Porsche 911 has signalled new conflict between the big German premium brands, and now BMW wants the 6 Series to be its contender, as a more agile two-seater sports car. It’s that move which will make room for the new 8 Series.


BMW has also applied to register M8, signalling the potential arrival of a production car that was originally considered back in the early nineties. BMW created prototypes with a V12 engine (the motor that would ultimately end up in the McLaren F1) in the original 8 Series, but canned the project due to a perceived lack of customer demand.

The new M8 would give BMW a rival for the likes of the Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupe. M division would probably choose to use the twin-turbocharged 4.4-litre V8 engine, producing around 450bhp, allowing the 7 Series’ V12 engine to be used in high-designation ‘regular’ 8 Series models like the 850 and M860.



Not every sports car is made for drag racing. Some are just better than others. But sometimes it’s the driver who’s not doing something right. And we think that may be the case regarding this particular drag race. In fact, it’s kind of unusual. Why’s that? Let’s look at the contenders: aPorsche Cayman GT4, Lexus RC F, BMW i8, and a BMW M4. About all they have in common is that they’re all coupes. Not going into their specific differences, what turned out to be interesting here was why the M4 was quite a bit slower than the other three?
What we know is that its Launch Controls system was shut off to keep things fair; the GT4, for example, doesn’t have LC. But the M4 is already fast without the electronics, so what was the problem here. We think it’s driver error.

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