As I’ve said before, I love machinery that has a singular purpose. Too many devices try to do too much, and fall short. Spreading yourself too thin creates a weak product. That’s how you wind up with the Transformers movies. They try to appeal to absolutely everyone, and in turn, become disposable and forgettable.…
BMW calls this video for the 2012 BMW M5 "High Performance Art" as it goes beyond the simple premises and cinematography of most car advertisements. It takes us back to the good old days of BMW Films, when the automaker made videos with as opposed to of the car. Gorgeous. Fantastic. Perfect.
Our friend Nino Karotta, who’s shown us how to live the thug life in a big black Benz and how to become a Formula One driver in one day, is back with a new TV show, and he’s already subjected the new BMW M5 to an unhealthy amount of destructive testing. It’s seven beautiful minutes of visceral V8 noise, consumed…
The E10 Cherry was Nissan's first front wheel drive car ever, while its successor, the F10, popped Datsun's front-drive cherry in the US. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe 1977 F10 Wagon might not be your first choice for a classic Datsun, but will its price make it the last?
The 2011 BMW M5's twin-turbocharged 540-hp V8 is rumored to be mated only to a manumatic transmission and these exclusive spy images inside the cockpit do nothing to quiet those whispers. Does this mean the ultimate driving machine is dead?
After a dismal 2009 season, Ferrari are determined that their 2010 F1 car, the F10, succeeds. Below, Ferrari chief designer Nicholas Tombazis explains what steps they've taken to erase 2009's failure from the car.
Although swirly-camo-ed, it's possible to see the overall shape of the new 2010 BMW 5-Series from these new shots taken near Kitzbuhel, Austria. We can see that the front gets the most dramatic change over the outgoing car. What else?