View Here : I Xdrive M Sport
I’m driving a 2018 BMW M550i xDrive, and it wants to eat. BMW says it’s the quickest 5-series sedan of all time, even outaccelerating the F10-generation M5, which just ceased production.
BMW 335i xDrive M Sport. Generation after generation, the BMW 3-Series amazes us by improving an already excellent machine, which explains why it won Car and Driver 10 Best award a whopping 22 times now. Statistically, the BMW 3-Series accounted for nearly 27 percent of BMW global sales in 2014. Talk about pressure to perform, but that’s ok, because performing is what it does best.
The BMW 750i xDrive M-Sport Advertisement BMW answers your questions about what motoring will be like in the future—by delivering it today in the high-performance tech stunner that is the 750i xDrive.
Our test car was a 20d xDrive M Sport (£37,580). First impressions. Unlike the aforementioned X4 and X6, the X2 isn’t a high-riding coupe. It’s 20mm shorter and 69mm lower than an X1, but its ...
2017 BMW 540i xDrive M Sport Test Drive - The quintessential 5 Series Having driven the excellent BMW 530d xDrive, I was understandably excited at the prospect of getting behind the wheel of another six-cylinder 5 Series — this time, the 540i xDrive.
This month I am driving a 2011 BMW 550i xDrive M-Sport with just over 50k miles on the clock. This version is the performance peg just below the M5. 400hp twin turbo V8, AWD, adjustable M-Sport suspension.
The standard M sport brake, the all-wheel drive BMW xDrive and the M Sport differential increase the transverse and longitudinal dynamic characteristics of the vehicle. Made to set new standards.
So when our West Coast bureau picked up this handsome Estoril Blue 2016 BMW 328i xDrive, dolled up with the M Sport package plus most every luxury and tech feature BMW could pack inside—at an ...
550 i xDrive M Sport Line Sedan; ... Black Nappa leather is now available with no charge when combined with the M Sport and Luxury line trims. Vehicle Summary.
Peak performance. Turbocharge your drive with the M Performance tuned BMW M550i xDrive Sedan. With a 4.4-liter 8-cylinder TwinPower Turbo engine delivering 456 hp, 8-speed STEPTRONIC Sport transmission, and a standard xDrive All-Wheel Drive system, you’re looking at a 5 Series that can run from 0-60 mph in just 3.9 seconds.