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    1. inlinesix

      2020 BMW iX3 (G08)

      http://www.bmwblog.com/2018/04/24/world-premiere-bmw-ix3-the-beginning-of-a-new-era/ WORLD PREMIERE: BMW iX3 — The Beginning of a New Era
    2. Quality workmanship and Original BMW Parts and Accessories should be the bare minimum to ensure a safe and hassle-free driving experience. A car is as much a convenient mode of transport as it is an extension of one’s personality. Being the proud owner of a BMW, you likely want to personalise it to suit your preferences and lifestyle. While this is perfectly normal, you should always ensure the quality of the parts and the work that is done to your car, so you can enjoy peace of mind and a safe and hassle-free driving experience. Safety and quality of parts and accessories While there’s a plethora of choices when it comes to third-party aftermarket parts to sweeten up your ride, there are equally many pitfalls that you want to avoid. Mechanical components such as the wheels and brakes directly affect the safety and performance of a car. Therefore, it’s important to ensure that such upgraded components are of high quality and tested, so that you can ensure the safety of everyone in your car. For example, if you want to upgrade the braking components in your BMW, it would wise to opt for the Original BMW M Performance brake upgrades. A good braking system can reduce braking distance and improve your control over the car and the safety of your passengers. And while safety should be the most important factor when deciding how to personalise your car, it is a bonus that the Original BMW M Performance parts and accessories are also strikingly stylish. Original BMW Parts With Original BMW parts you get to enjoy the proven quality and standards that you are familiar with from your BMW ownership. The parts offered by BMW are also precisely tailored to the respective requirements of your specific BMW model and its engine. There is absolutely no risk of compatibility issues or any complications that might arise from third-party components. Opt for Original BMW parts and you won’t have to worry about quality or durability as well. All Original BMW Parts and Accessories that are purchased from the Authorised BMW Service Centres come with a two-year warranty as standard. In addition, you’ll get to enjoy the assurance provided by the expertise of the Authorised BMW Service Centres to ensure a worry-free drive. Proper installation Opting for quality parts is only half the job, as it is equally important to ensure the installation of these parts meets the highest standards. When it comes to the installation of cosmetic parts, these likely won’t put your safety at risk. However, it is still important for the work to be done correctly to ensure they are properly fitted, without causing any damage to the car. For the installation of mechanical and electronic parts, it’s essential this work is done accurately! An incorrect, subpar job can have a serious impact on your driving experience and safety, putting your life and the lives of your passengers at risk. BMW Service Whenever you need work to be done on your BMW, there’s no better place than the Authorised BMW Service Centres. At BMW Service Centres, innovative workshop equipment and state-of-the-art special tools are used by intensively trained mechanics who ensure any repair or servicing work will be completed with utmost precision. With the support of BMW, the Authorised BMW Service Centre technicians have the technical knowledge to work on specific BMW models. This allows diagnostic, repair and installation jobs to be completed optimally to achieve the best results. BMW Advanced Car Eye 2.0 Now, before you head out, there’s one accessory that you should have in your car - a trusted in-car camera. A high-quality in-car camera serves as a reliable eyewitness should there be any incidents on the road. The BMW Advanced Car Eye 2.0 is a high-quality full HD wide-angle camera that can not only document your entire drive, but also for up to 24 hours in parking mode - always watching out for any theft or damage. Equipped with reliable G sensors, the Advanced Car Eye 2.0 is able to detect impacts and ensure the video has been recorded. It is fixed to the windscreen with adhesive tape via a sliding mount – removing the camera at sensitive locations is a simple task. Additionally, the sleek in-car camera will complement your stylish BMW’s design as well. Start your personalised BMW journey at one of the Authorised BMW Service Centres and drive with peace of mind! CTA: Ready to sweeten up your BMW? Make an appointment with your preferred Authorised BMW Service Centre now!
    3. I've been wanting to get these out for a while but had to hold back due to international embargos which were lifted this morning. A Violaceous Gem: Driving the BMW G42 M240i xDrive Coupe https://garage36.wordpress.com/2021/11/17/a-violaceous-gem-driving-the-bmw-g42-m240i-xdrive-coupe/
    4. Saw this.... Front wheel drive.... oh man... but at least it does look like one of the sportiest MPVs around... http://paultan.org/2013/12/16/bmw-2-series-active-tourer-completely-undisguised/ Will you buy?
    5. Another odd design luxurious sedan in the making? At a quick glance, it shout Peugeot, to me. The next-generation BMW 7 Series has been caught once more, hinting at a completely redesigned exterior concealed under many layers of camouflage. Those simple headlights are likely provisional as they seem to have a basic look, but the original 8 Series-esque placement and shape is likely the final one. Tiny rivets on many parts of the body indicate the 7 Series prototype has more than just one layer of disguise, so it's best not to jump to any conclusions about the car's exterior appearance. As for the interior, the first thing you will notice are those side-by-side screens akin to the setup you'll find in the iX SUV and i4 Gran Coupe. In those two fully electric vehicles, the instrument cluster measures 12.3 inches and is accompanied by a larger 14.9-inch touchscreen infotainment running on iDrive 8. Much like in the EVs, the screens are housed within a massive piece of curved glass slightly tilted towards the driver. It’s going to be a long wait before the next 7 Series will hit the streets as production reportedly won't start until July next year.
    6. Compared to the current X1, the grill seems to be wider by not as tall?
    7. Is it just me, but I am seeing a B-Class body with a face from BMW... This is the new B-Class I am referring to: Stay tuned for more info...
    8. Quick Fact / Details - Production begins November 2018 - Uses B47 and B58 engines - 330e come with 48V electrical system - Model availabe for new launch (other models possible, but unlikely by end 2019): • 318d, B47, 148hp, manual and automatic, RWD • 320d, B47, 188hp, manual RWD, automatic RWD and xDrive • 330d, B57, 262hp, automatic RWD and xDrive • 320i, B48 168hp 1.6L or 181hp 2.0L depending on the market, automatic RWD and xDrive • 330i, B48, 255hp, automatic RWD and xDrive • M340i, B58, 385hp, automatic RWD (US only) and xDrive • 330e, B48 + electic motor, 248hp, automatic RWD and xDrive (xDrive US only)
    9. BMW’s X range offers a wide variety to choose from. But if you are looking for a compact SUV, you can’t go wrong with the X1 or X2. Ranging from the compact X1 all the way to the X7 behemoth, there’s bound to be the perfect SUV for you. However, if you are in the market for a compact SUV, you would’ve likely narrowed your choices down to either the X1 or X2. Admittedly, the two smallest SUVs in BMW’s lineup do share a fair bit of similarities. But that’s only at first glance. Put them side by side, take a step back, have a good, long look and you’ll notice the core differences that set these two cars apart. No worries if you are still confused or bedazzled by their good looks – we'll point out those differences for you, so you can make the best choice. The strong muscular one and its lean sibling The dimensions of the X1 and X2 are similar. Both are compact SUVs that are manoeuvrable and easy to drive. However, the two are differentiated by their design elements and silhouette. The X1 features strong lines and a more traditional SUV body shape with a tall roofline. It is the perfect choice for drivers who love the bold, rugged design elements of SUVs. In comparison, the X2 has a sleeker silhouette with a tapered rear end, resulting in a coupe-like shape. This is the one to go for if you are all about style and a sporty, athletic look. In fact, the new X2 M Mesh Edition takes it a step further with exclusive colour combinations and an updated front end with the M mesh kidney grille. Let’s take a seat in these compact SUVs As expected of the SUV body style, both the X1 and X2 offer a spacious cabin. The X1, with its tall body shape, offers plenty of headroom, along with generous legroom. Make no mistake, despite being a smaller SUV, the X1 allows three passengers to sit in luxurious comfort at the rear. Surprisingly, the tapered rear end of the X2 that gives it the sleek coupe-like silhouette doesn’t compromise much on the interior space. Indeed, when compared with the X1, there’s lesser headroom, but it will still fit all but the tallest of passengers. Both the X1 and X2 also offer large cargo-hauling capabilities. The X1 has a boot space of 505 litres that can be expanded to 1,550 litres when you fold the rear seats down. While the tapered shape of the X2 encroaches on cargo space, it stills come close at 470 litres that expands to 1,355 litres. If you are looking for maximum space and versatility, the X1 will be the unbeatable choice, but if you are the flamboyant seeker of style, the X2 is the clear winner. Two luxurious rides It isn’t just space that this pair of compact SUVs offer. Their well-crafted interior, in line with all BMW cars, are simply a joy to be in. There are plenty of soft touch and premium materials that deliver a quality and luxurious feel. You’ll get velour floor mats, Sensatec upholstery and ambient lightings, to create an enjoyable atmosphere. Opt for the X2 M Mesh Edition and you’ll get a pair of supportive M Sport seats with integral head restraints along with exclusive stitching, stainless steel pedals, M leather steering wheel, and much more to further accentuate the athletic allure of the X2. Both cars also come equipped with the BMW Navigation system, Bluetooth connectivity, an 8.8-inch Control Display with touchscreen functionality that runs on the sixth generation iDrive system and BMW ConnectedDrive Services. Similar, but different drive The X1 and X2 are built upon a shared platform and currently offered with identical engine options locally. However, this doesn’t mean that they drive the same. The X2 is equipped with M Sport suspension, and this places an emphasis on sporty driving, in line with its looks. The X1, on the other hand, is available with or without M Sport suspension. Yet, even with the M Sport suspension, the X1 offers a plusher ride. The X2 is a slightly sportier proposition, so if a dynamic drive is what you are searching for, the X2 might be just the compact SUV for you. Pick your poison There you have it, both excellent compact SUVs, each with its own distinct personality. Would you go for the more traditional X1, or the contemporary coupe-SUV, the X2? Or better yet, go all out and get the exciting new X2 M Mesh Edition? You don’t have to make a decision now. Head on down to the showroom for a closer look, experience both cars, and take your pick then.
    10. This is probably one of the most luxuriously decorated bus stops in Singapore. The video showcases a bus stop decorated with potted plants, statues of white elephants and, get this, a yellow BMW Z4 Roadster. Yep, you read that right – a yellow BMW Z4 Roadster just sitting there as part of the decor. I don’t even know where to begin. Whose car does this belong to? Why is it just sitting there? Does LTA know about this? How did the owner come about with this idea? Where exactly is this BMW located? Sitting at 3 Chin Bee Avenue, the yellow car decoration is thought to belong to the company P’art 1 Design. According to the company’s social media pages, it is responsible for providing display lights for different festivals and events throughout Singapore. This includes the Hari Raya light display at Geylang Serai, the Deepavali light display at Little India and Christmas displays for malls. While this Google Street view screengrab did not feature the BMW (as it is taken in July 2020), the white elephant statues indicate that this is the exact location that is featured on the viral video. Netizens’ reactions Honestly, as long as it’s legally okay for the owner to place his vehicle there, I don’t see the harm in using this car as décor. It's obvious that it's not in use anymore and it certainly brings more vibrance and life to the area by being a cool statement piece. -------- Thinking of selling your car? sgCarMart Quotz guarantees the highest selling price for your car. We’ll even give you $100 cash if you find a better offer elsewhere! Get a free quote to find out how much your car is worth today!
    11. unicornfloof

      BMW Z4 as decoration?

      I think it is pretty cool to use an old car for decoration. 😍 Thoughts on this?
    12. Look very sleek and just like a mini 7 series, minus the controversial monster size grille.. The car's shark-like front nose appears to be sitting lower compared to the current model to lend the 5 Series an angrier look without the odd split headlights of the next 7 Series, X7 facelift, and X8 / XM. A subtle spoiler integrated into the trunk lid can be seen as well, while the dashboard appears to be fully camouflaged. It's likely a sign the cabin will be completely revamped, possibly by adopting the dual-screen setup with a 12.3-inch driver's display and a 14.9-inch infotainment as seen in the iX and i4 electric models running on iDrive 8.
    13. Here's a rare occurrence - A BMW driver actually using his signal when changing lanes! Maybe it's because of who's behind him? Watch the full video below to find out more! The incident took place along Paya Lebar Road, at the junction of Arumugam Road, before Caltex station. A rare occurrence A BMW 116i can be seen in the video, using his signal lights, and changing lanes from lane 2 to lane 4 to turn into Caltex. However, behind the BMW is not just one, BUT THREE TP ON THEIR BIKES. NGL, but the sight of TP bikes on the road somehow cause anxiety to road users (Touch your heart, don't say they don't). Definitely a head-turner As the BMW hatchback changes lanes, honking from disgruntled road users can be heard. You can see all three TP officers staring and observing the BMW. Luckily for that BMW driver, he wasn't stopped by any of the TP for his actions. It must have been one stressful drive. Wouldn't want to be in his shoes. Netizens' comments LMAO NGL the BMW driver is either ignorant or not experienced enough to "chu pattern" in front of three TP behind him. 100% Agree, being gracious and courteous goes a long way. --- Thinking of selling your car? sgCarMart Quotz guarantees the highest selling price for your car. We’ll even give you $100 cash if you find a better offer elsewhere! Get a free quote to find out how much your car is worth today!
    14. Hey guys, i'm contemplating whether to renew one of my company's BMW 523i F10 Highline. Below are some of the mods/upgrade i'm intending to do if i eventually get the car. Assuming the car is in 100% stock condition, i'd like some advice on the dos & don't from fellow tiong chia hia dis. 19" M sports Rims (What is the best tyre profile?) Shock Absorbers/Suspensions LCI Headlights ( The squarish headlights instead of the stock round ones.) Keyless Entry + Electronic Push Button (Not sure whether it comes with it?) M Sports Steering Wheel Chip tuning (Increase Torque/Bhp. Understand from some friends need to change Air Intake or something like that.) Quad Exhaust (LTA Friendly?) Interior change to Maroon (Any Idea where can find for this 10 Year Old Bimmer) Brembo Brake Kit (No idea what is 4 pot or 6 pot and which is sufficient) Key FOB (Any idea if can use the latest gen G Series Keys to Sync on an F10 Key?) Upgrade on display I'm also intending to do my own servicing + changing of filters. Need some advice on the type of EO and Filters for better performance.
    15. Kinda agree..... https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/opinion/355731/people-have-decided-mercedes-bmw-and-audi-are-no-longer-top-10-car-brands
    16. Here's footage of a camcar unleashing his fury onto a probationary BMW driver after he was recklessly cut off while making a left turn. According to the video, the incident occurred on Saturday night (July 10) at Bugis (Middle Road) in the wee hours of the morning. The video starts with both vehicles turning left, with the camcar being in the middle lane and the BMW being on the extreme left road. As the camcar turned, I noticed that his vehicle had eaten into the left lane, which elicited a honk from the BMW driver. After the camcar had adjusted back to his lane, the BMW suddenly switched into the middle lane recklessly, which angered the driver and led him to hit the horn. The bulk of the video comprised the haughty exchange between both drivers. The camcar driver was verbally bashing the BMW driver for his turning technique, and the BMW driver defending his actions. Even though it was wrong for the BMW driver to perform that reckless lane change in a fit of rage, the camcar driver was not entirely in the clear as he did not correctly turn into his lane at the start. Netizens’ reactions The internet was divided on this issue, with a majority asking for the camcar driver to share more footage from the incident. A few bashed the BMW driver for his recklessness. . . while a small minority focused on the cyclist on the right, who appeared not to be wearing a helmet and was on the wrong side of the road. TBH, all of this could have been avoided if both drivers would chill and talk things through properly. Also, with a P-plate, the BMW driver should have known better than purposely creating trouble on the road. --- Thinking of selling your car? sgCarMart Quotz guarantees the highest selling price for your car. We’ll even give you $100 cash if you find a better offer elsewhere! Get a free quote to find out how much your car is worth today!
    17. Volkswagen, BMW fined $1 billion for colluding to make dirtier cars. https://www.theverge.com/2021/7/8/22568356/volkswagen-bmw-daimler-emissions-cartel-fine-audi-porsche-eu "Volkswagen, Audi, Porsche, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz parent company Daimler spent years illegally colluding to slow the deployment of cleaner emissions technology, says the European Union, which is dishing out fines as a result.... ...The scheme described by EU authorities is separate from the Volkswagen Group’s massive Dieselgate scandal, in which the company installed software on its diesel vehicles that helped fool environmental regulators into believing they were compliant, when in reality, they were polluting far more than the legal limit. Dieselgate ultimately led to nearly $40 billion in fines, buybacks, and legal fees for the Volkswagen Group. Daimler also installed software on some of its diesel vehicles to cheat emissions tests and has paid billions of dollars in fines. BMW was careful to point out Thursday that, unlike the other companies it was caught colluding with, it had not cheated emissions testing." BMW Just Got Fined Billions of Dollars and May Be Going Bust; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ShxBmzQO8Jk
    18. peacenowar

      All BMW owner thread

      Hi everyone, I'm starting a thread for all BMW owner. So we can share everything inside here. I'm currently driving G30, cheers and have a great weekend!
    19. When you are driving/riding and someone is in your path, you give way or slow down right? Well...not for this guy. Watch this 10-second clip to see his hazardous riding: The incident took place along Sims Avenue. Cam bike's intentions backfired The cam bike submitted the video above, intending to shame the elderly pedestrian for jaywalking. However, things took a turn when netizens started calling out the cam bike for his dangerous behaviour, and some even roasted him. What happened? The cam bike rode along Sims Avenue at a relatively fast speed (compared to the other vehicles around him). After he rode past a lorry, an elderly pedestrian in striped clothing can be seen crossing the road from afar. But instead of giving way to the jaywalker, the cam bike rode extremely close to him ON PURPOSE and gave the uncle a rude hand gesture. Netizens' comments Self-owned, nuff said. Motorists like the cam biker should go to hell. Straight-up facts. It doesn't hurt for cam bike to slow down or give way to the elderly pedestrian. Also, can you imagine how shook the uncle was at that point in time? If it were me, I might have to change my underwear. --- Thinking of selling your car? sgCarMart Quotz guarantees the highest selling price for your car. We’ll even give you $100 cash if you find a better offer elsewhere! Get a free quote to find out how much your car is worth today!
    20. Vratenza

      BMW 2 Series Coupe (F22/F23)

      The BMW 2 Series Coupé is the quintessence of automotive individuality and creates its own class. The revolutionarily sporty design exudes motion even while standing still. Its radical dynamics with a decidedly lively rear-wheel drive and a high degree of comfort in the exclusive interior round off the uncompromising driving experience. It is apparent from the very first moment: when you take your seat behind the wheel, there is only way to go – straight ahead. Wild, rebellious, unique. The BMW 2 Series Coupé has everything that defines a sporty coupé. Its unmistakeably athletic design emphasises the driving dynamics that make it the best in its class. Perfectly-balanced 50:50 weight distribution, powerful BMW TwinPower Turbo engines and the intelligent BMW EfficientDynamics measures all define the coupé. Its dynamics culminate in the M240i, an engine capable of accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in next to no time. Faithful to its slogan: Less rules. More performance. Laid-back look, compact proportions – the first-ever BMW 2 Series Convertible. Its extroverted design language with short overhangs, powerful contours and a muscular rear reflect its self-confident nature. The Luxury Line, Sport Line and M Sport packages as well as a comprehensive range of Original BMW Accessories add further spice to this character. The BMW 2 Series Convertible follows nobody; it strikes out on its own. And the BMW M240i is even more impulsive. With its M Performance TwinPower Turbo inline 6-cylinder petrol engine, it unleashes the dashing side of the BMW 2 Series Convertible and not only speeds up the airstream, but also takes driving pleasure to a whole new level.
    21. bpphua

      2021 BMW 116i

      Hi, I am considering getting a brand new BMW 116i. Few things to consider before confirming the order: Fuel Consumption - what's the advice on a realistic mileage on a full tank? Any other comments (pro and con) for this car?
    22. This concept was shown early part of last month, and there is only 1 reason I did not post it till date: Its ugly nose job, which I hope it is an one off design effort, BUT... BMW Concept 4: Chris Bangle Come Back, All Is Forgiven BMW has previewed the design of the forthcoming M3 and M4 with the launch of the BMW Concept 4 at the Frankfurt Motor Show. It shows that the new 4-Series will be a radical departure from its predecessor and have a face dominated by a kidney grille so big it could swallow two children. If only Chris Bangle (who, at the time, got his fair share of flak) was still designing Bimmers… The German car manufacturer’s press release appropriately starts out by discussing that grille. According to BMW, “the vertically oriented grille fits seamlessly into both the proportions of the front end and BMW’s illustrious past” and it evokes classics such as the 328 and 3.0 CSi. “The kidney grille has always been a signature feature of BMW cars,” added head of BMW Design Domagoj Dukec. “The BMW Concept 4 presents a confident and classy take on this iconic feature. At the same time, the BMW Concept 4 offers a look ahead to the expressive face of the 4 Series range.” Looking past the vertical kidney grille are slim and aggressive laser headlights as well as huge air intakes to gulp down air. The Concept 4 also features particularly expressive sides and slim, two-section mirrors that are partly finished in polished aluminium, as well as 21-inch wheels with a five-spoke pattern. As controversial as the design of the front may be, we suspect people will be more accommodating for the rear fascia. The most noteworthy feature out back are the flowing LED taillights, an angular bumper with a gloss black diffuser and large, rectangular-shaped chrome tailpipes.
    23. ccsgl1900

      All New BMW 1 Series

      Read the newspaper this morning, saw this advertisement on BMW 1 Series. The list price is $133800. I am not sure with the performance of the BMW 1 series and it specifications. Is there anymore discount and over trade off from the list price. Need more information before going for a test drive. Thanks.
    24. kobayashiGT

      BMW CE 04 Electric Scooter

      Source: https://uncrate.com/bmw-ce-04-electric-scooter/ BMW's futuristic CE 04 electric scooter is no longer a concept — it will enter production in early 2022. Nearly unchanged from the concept, the CE 04 sports the same forward-looking design and a 42 horsepower electric drivetrain. Made for urban commuting, the CE 04 will have stability and traction control, antilock brakes, and a top speed of about 75 MPH. Range is estimated at 81 miles. A 10.25-inch TFT screen offers navigation and smartphone connectivity, along with a vented USB-C charging compartment specifically for your phone. Expect the CE 04 to arrive at dealers in mid-2022.
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