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The BMW Concept 8 Series

The BMW Group is using this year’s Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este to unveil the BMW Concept 8 Series, the essence of a modern-day BMW coupe wrapped up in an enthralling design study.

BMW Tech Tip: Oil Separator Replacement

A clogged oil separator valve is a common problem on many BMW DOHC inline sixes. The high failure rate is caused by sludge build-up that can result in oil burning, rough idle and engine fault codes.

Ride Of The Week: 1931 BMW Ihle 600 Speedster

Tom Griffith, of Verona, Wis., has an uncontrollable urge to own cool cars. In all, over the last 22 years, 35 classic cars have had Griffith’s name on the title. His 1931 BMW is a Type Ihle 600 Speedster model.

Auto Technicians At MassBay Learn On The Latest On Four Wheels

The automotive technology department at MassBay Community College in Wellesley, MA, receives vehicles from BMW, GM, Toyota, and Chrysler Fiat Automotive.

America’s Car Museum Celebrates 100 Years Of ‘The Ultimate Driving Machine’

To celebrate 100 years of BMW, America’s Car Museum (ACM) is opening a new exhibit on May 7 – “BMW: Propelling a Century of Innovation” – to highlight some of the brand’s most gripping vehicles.

BMW Electric Water Pump Replacement

We recently had a 2007 BMW Z4 with the N52 engine in the shop. When diagnosing a faulty electric water pump, the first thing that needs to be done is to verify if there are any water pump-related diagnostic codes. There’s a very good chance there will be some. I then like to perform a visual inspection, but don’t look for the water pump from the top of the engine. You’ll want to drop the lower panels, and you will see the pump on the lower right side of the engine.

BMW’s M4 GTS Concept

A year on from the launch of the BMW M4 Coupe, BMW M GmbH is presenting an initial preview of a high-performance model for use on the road and on the race track: the BMW Concept M4 GTS – the first M3/M4 special production vehicle to be sold in the U.S.