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VIDEO: BMW Z4 Zagato Coupe Promo Action

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Italian coachbuilder Zagato’s latest project involves the BMW Z4, turning the not-so-bad-looking roadster into a classier sports coupe. Click here for more details on the car.

As the video above and the gallery below help showcase, key highlights on the Z4 Zagato includes the coachbuilder’s trademark double bubble roof and Kamm Tail, as well as a distinctive rear end with a transparent panel, rear diffuser and dual exhaust system. 19-inch alloy wheels help round-out the exterior medications.

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BMW M8 Has A New M Mode And Braking system

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2020 BMW M8 Sports Car, front angle

The high-performance 8 Series wants to give the driver as much control as possible.

BMW has announced that the M8 Coupe and Convertible will arrive with a new M Mode that lets drivers select between Road and Sport modes, while the M8 Competition model also gets a Track mode.

All three modes alter the driver assistance systems, as well as display to the driver’s preferences. For instance, in Track mode, the audio system and control display are shut off so that you can focus on the road ahead.

The M8 also benefits from a new integrated braking system that bundles the brake activation, brake booster and braking control functions within a compact module, reducing weight by 4.4 pounds, while the standard compound brakes can be replaced by an optional carbon-ceramic setup. Comfort and Sport driving modes alter the amount of applied brake pedal pressure needed to slow down the M8.

Lastly, a new Setup button on the center console gives the driver access to five vehicle parameters. Simply pressing the button brings up a setup menu on the control display that lets you select a desired mode for the engine, suspension, steering, brakes and M xDrive.

As with the new M5, there’s the possibility of choosing a pure rear-wheel-drive mode when the dynamic stability control system is turned off.

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Next BMW M3 Has RWD And 4WD Versions, Which Will You Choose?

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New, 2019 BMW 3 Series M Performance Parts

The M3 will take a page from the latest M5, but without losing grip of its roots.

When the sixth-generation BMW M3 and M4 hit the market, they will reportedly be offered with both rear-wheel and all-wheel driver versions.

The rear-wheel drive M3 / M4 — ‘M3 and M4 Pure’, as they are known internally — are intended for purists, while those looking for outright performance will certainly go for the all-wheel drive variants.

According to , the all-wheel drive M3 / M4 can only be had with a ZF eight-speed automatic transmission and will have a bit more power to work with since the manual transmission in the purist M3 / M4 can’t handle the same amount of torque. It will also be a bit different aesthetically, featuring a different front fascia and set of wheels.

BMW hasn’t announced when the next M3 and M4 will debut, but it will add three additional go-faster models to the lineup overtime, including a competition package.

So, which one will it be for you — the rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive M3 / M4? Let us know in the comments below, including your reason(s) why.

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BMW Creates Meteoric M850i Night Sky For Outer Space Geeks

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BMW M850i Night Sky Meteorite

The unique 8 Series features meteorite inlay and 3D-printed brake calipers.

BMW has revealed the M850i xDrive Coupe Night Sky, a one-off take on the new M850i created by the company’s Individual Manufaktur team for astronomy fans.

The car features an outer space theme. Inside, hunks of meteoric rock adorn the center console, start/stop button, shift lever, iDrive controller and other surfaces, while Widmanstätten surface pattern of meteorites can be found on the center console’s trim finishers, brake discs, exterior mirror caps and the front splitters.

For the non-space geeks among us, Widmanstätten patterns are the result of iron-nickel crystals forming on meteors over the course of around 10 million years and cannot be reproduced on Earth.

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Special LED project constellations of stars on the center console and other interior surfaces.

Not content with the space theme, BMW created new lightweight brake calipers using generative design processes (3D printing). The pieces manage to be 30 percent lighter than the 8 Series’ usual calipers without negatively affecting necessary strength characteristics.

The one-off Night Sky edition is finished in San Marino Blue metallic paint over a black base coat. Its debut coincided with a meteor shower that took place overnight from January 3 – 4, resulting from the Earth briefly passing through the orbit of the asteroid 2003 EH, with fragments from the asteroid entering our planet’s atmosphere and burning up.

Some of these meteoric fragments were incorporated into the BMW Individual M850i Night Sky’s interior.

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