BMW brought along a couple of its newest vehicles to the Silicon Valley Auto Show. The headliners were definitely the M760i and the M240i.
The M760i was absolutely stunning with its frozen black (I think) body paint. The rims were quite stunning as well. Nothing quite like that I have seen before. The front end is certainly aggressive, just like what you find on typical M cars and the sport packages for traditional BMW vehicles. The front grills are simply massive but the central lower air intake seems small. I personally don't like the silver trims on the lower side air intakes. It seems like they wanted to go for a M style bumper but not trample the beauty of those found on legit M cars. The 0-60mph sprint should be around 3.6s with its 6.6L V12 engine outputting over 600HP and similar numbers for the torque.
Next up is the new M240i. It feels pretty much the same as the older M235i. The HP and torque figures are bumped up to 335HP and 369NM respectively. The 0-60mph sprint should be around 4.5s for the xDrive model I believe. I didn't get to sit in the car for a long time as there was a huge line waiting to get in it, but the interior has not changed a whole lot. Just you standard 2 series convertible with some extra kick and it's the next best thing to a convertible M2. I do apologize for not getting a good side pic of the car.
BMW also brough along a competition package M4, X6M and an i8, but we've already seen those but if you still want to check them out here are some pics
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