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Sleek and stylish, the 2015 BMW M4 Coupe is definitely not slouch. Boasting a TwinPower Turbocharged 3.0L engine that delivers an impressive 431 HP (317 kW) and a maximum torque of 406 lb-ft (550 Nm), mated to a 7-speed M DCT gearbox or 6-speed manual transmission. The former rockets the vehicle from 0-62mph in just 4.1-seconds. No word yet on pricing, but we do know that the M4 Coupe will be assembled in Munich, Germany. Continue reading for a video of it in-action and more information.

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Unlike other modified Z4s, this one from China has been sprayed with gold and adorned with bone scales and feathers, in the shape of a dragon. Even more surprising, the adornments are made from real yak bones. Click here to view the first image in this week's trolling gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of mind-blowing finger dancing.

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Finally, the production BMW i8 has been revealed, and it's definitely no slouch when compared to the concept. With an MSRP of $135,925USD, the i8 falls into the supercar category, powered by a plug-in hybrid system that consists of a 1.5L 3-cylinder gasoline TwinPower Turbo engine and an electric motor. This 3284-pound vehicle can rocket from 0-62mph in just 4.4-seconds. Continue reading for a video, more pictures and additional information.

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BMW has officially unveiled the M4 Coupe Concept, and it's definitely no slouch. According to Cars.com, exterior styling highlights include a sleek bodyside with contours that help air flow over the wheel wells for better fuel efficiency and carbon fiber front air splitter, roof and rear diffuser panel. Continue reading for a video and more pictures.

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Limited to just 10-units and priced at $181000USD, the BMW M5 Nighthawk Edition is exclusive to Japan and looks to be designed specifically for Bruce Wayne. In addition to the sleek two-tone interior, elegantly appointed with Merino leather seats, carbon fiber trim and an individually-numbed badge, it also boasts the Competition Package, which adds a sports exhaust system and dedicated settings for the suspension, steering and M Dynamic Mode. Continue reading for more pictures and additional information.

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BMW has officially unveiled their sleek X4 concept, and it measures the "183" long (4,648 mm) and 75.4" (1,915 mm) wide with a short wheelbase of 110.6" (2,810 mm). This combined with a height of only 63.9" (1,622 mm) makes the concept significantly smaller than the X6." Continue reading for a video, more pictures, and additional information.

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Though the BMW Gina is still a concept, there was an actual prototype made, complete with shape-shifting cloth body. This vehicle is based on the Z8 chassis and is powered by a 4.4L V8, mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. Continue reading for a video, more pictures, and additional information.

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Though BMW's X5 may be a fine piece of engineering, it definitely wasn't designed with tank-like ruggedness in mind. With that said, two criminals decided that it would be a good idea to drive their X5 directly through the front of an Apple Store. Continue reading for a video, more pictures, and additional information.

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Every BMW Zagato Coupe produced will be handbuilt, "incorporating Zagato trademarks like a subtle double-bubble roof and a long-front/truncated rear profile." What really sets this model apart from the others is the paint: "The primer coat - made up of a black application, followed by a layer of shimmering metallic silver - is applied first. Then come six ultra-thin coats of the exclusively developed red shade to deliver this unique effect. Finally, two layers of clear coat seal in the colour." Continue reading for a video, more pictures, and additional information.

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Top Gear recently took the $190,776 BMW M3 GTS to the Austrian Alps for a spin, adjustable rear spoiler and all. Unlike the standard M3, this model features a stroked 4.4L V8 engine that produces 450hp and 324 lb-ft. of torque. One caveat: BMW is only making 126 of these beauties, most - if not all - of which have already been purchased. Click here for more pictures. Continue reading to see the BMW M3 GTS take on a Porsche 911 GT3 RS. Here's the bottom line:

The Grossglockner has its fair share of fast fourth, even fifth-gear sweepers, and the GTS turns into them, settles itself, then powers implacably on. There's total stability, balance and neutrality. Turn off the stability stuff, and every second-gear hairpin is a drifter's playground. The steering is sublime: weightier than standard, but race-car accurate. There's barely any understeer, and oversteer on demand if you want it.
[via TopGear]

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