Get to Know the BMW M Cars

Get to Know the BMW M Cars


Hi everyone, I’m Sharnelle from Dilawri Group of Companies and today we’re here at the invite-only BMW M Tour. BMW Canada is bringing all of their M models to the Dilawri dealerships and we wanted to
take this opportunity to give you a look at these incredible cars. Now, if you missed the M Tour, don’t worry! Just visit your nearest Dilawri dealership to learn more
about how you can sign up for these events in the future. First off is the 2018 M2 in Alpine White. This is being offered with either a
7-speed dual-clutch transmission or a 6-speed manual. It has a 3.0 litre
twin-turbo inline-six, making 365 horsepower and 343 pound-feet of torque
at as low as 1400 rpm. Let’s get on the road to see how it actually drives! They
say that this is the spiritual successor to the e92 M3 and the M2 definitely
demonstrates that BMW is capable of making Ultimate Driving Machines. The M2 Competition will be coming out later this summer and we’re very excited for
that launch. The new M2 Competition replaces the M2 and gets a major
increase in power among other big updates: 405 horsepower and 460
pound-feet of torque from the M3 and the M4 engine. Moving on to this 2018 M3 in
the polarizing Austin Yellow. The M3 also comes with either a 7-speed dual-clutch
or a 6-speed manual transmission and it’s only offered in rear-while drive. The M3 has a 3.0 litre twin-turbo inline-six and it makes 425 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque. On the road, the M3 feels great. It’s comfortable and spacious
since it’s a sedan, but it can get from 0-100 in a 4.3 seconds. The M3 does not mess around. The M4 is a beautifully designed sports
car. This can get from 0-100 in 4.1 seconds if you opt for the DCT coupe. BMW is also offering it as a convertible. The M4 is pretty much a coupe a version
of the M3 so it has the same 3.0 litre twin-turbo inline-six, making the same 425 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque. When it comes to design elements I’m a huge fan of the 20-inch style 666M rims. Up next is the M5. Now if you
watched our X Tour video you’ll know that this puts down an insane amount of power. The M5 is the do-it-all M car with class-leading luxury technology yet
cutting edge performance from the M division. The M5 has an all-wheel-drive
powertrain meaning it has an incredible amount of grip for the 600 horsepower
the 4.4 litre naturally aspirated V8 puts down. It also makes 553 pound-feet
of torque. It has a top speed of 305 km/h with the M Drivers Package and can get
from 0 to 100 in 3.4 seconds. Absolutely outrageous! The 2018 M6 is being offered
in three different body styles: the Gran Coupe which we have here, the coupe, and the cabriolet. All are available in rear-wheel drive only. What I really like
about the M6 is that it has hydraulic power steering–not electronic. You get
the type of feedback you don’t normally get in modern cars. The M6 has a 4.4
litre turbocharged V8 and the DCT M6 makes 560 horsepower or 600 with the Competition Package. For torque you’re looking at 502 pound-feet. I love this
fastback design and it definitely has presence on the road. Next up are the X5M and the X6M, both in Donington Gray Metallic. Now, these actually both have
the same engine so just comes down to a matter of styling preferences. These have
a 4.4 litre V8 making a whopping 567 horsepower and 553 pound-feet of torque. If you’re looking for space but don’t want to sacrifice power there’s no
reason you shouldn’t be looking at the X5M and the X6M. Out on the road you really do feel invincible in this because the
visibility is great from the higher seating position and it has so much power. The M760Li is a massive car. BMW has M’ed it, making not only a full-size sedan but a
really powerful one too. The 6.6 litre twin-turbo V12 puts out 600 horsepower
and 590 pound-feet of torque. It’s hard to imagine a market out there that needs
a luxury sedan to be as aggressive as this, but after all BMW does make performance cars. The interior is just opulent and it’s hard to decide if you want to be
relaxing in the back of this or in the driver’s seat. That’s a wrap on our day! Don’t forget to stop by your nearest Dilawri dealership to learn more about
these events in the future.

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