530e M Sport comes with Adaptive LED Matrix headlights, while the BMW 530i M Sport gets BMW Laserlight
The BMW 530e M Sport comes with Adaptive LED Matrix headlights, while the BMW 530i M Sport gets BMW Laserlight.Both
BMW Malaysia has launched the 2020 BMW X4 M Competition, priced at RM 904,276 (OTR without insurance,
Like modern day smartphones, BMW sees their cars as a digital platform.
BMW Malaysia will soon introduce the 2021 BMW 7 Series (G12) M Sport, likely in the 740 Le variant.
More interestingly is the mention that H and AV variants of the Perodua D55L will be receiving Adaptive
(G20 BMW 3 Series Prices & Specs | Gallery)The BMW 3 Series has been the enthusiasts’ choice
ManoeuvrabilityLike most new-generation Toyotas, the athleticism of the Toyota Camry is more akin to a BMW
Assembled in Thailand, the G30 BMW 5 Series facelift is offered in 3 variants: 520d M Sport, 530e Elite
After last years Covid-19-induced delay, BMW Group Indonesia has officially launched the locally-assembled
UMWT has managed to price it at RM 568k, on par with the competition such as the BMW M2 Competition,
BMW Malaysia has just launched the all-new 2020 BMW X5 xDrive45e plug-in hybrid (PHEV) in Malaysia, priced
BMW Malaysia has officially launched the all-new 2020 BMW X6 xDrive40i M Sport in conjunction with the
this year, BMW Malaysia has expanded the BMW X1 lineup with the sDrive18i.It is locally assembled (CKD
BMW SUV customers in Indonesia have racier options to look forward to as BMW Group Indonesia officially
BMW Malaysia recently added the 2020 BMW 330e M Sport into the 3 Series range, priced at RM 264,413 (
BMW Malaysia has just launched the all-new 2020 F40 BMW M135i in Malaysia alongside the 2020 BMW X1 sDrive18i
If this system fails, it will interfere with the brakes, traction, and stability control.
Last week, we shared our insights on traction control and how does the system work, and due to the nature
BMW 330e M Sport.
looks of it, the crossover definitely has an impressive array of safety features that puts even the BMW
BMW Malaysia recently unveiled the BMW X5 PHEV, priced from RM 440,745 (without SST).
Perodua calls it Adaptive Driving Beam and this feature is carried over from its Japanese donor cars,
(BMW 330i M Sport | Gallery)First launched as a fully-imported model back in March, BMW Malaysia has
stiffer anti-roll bars and M-specific rubber mounts.Complementing the bespoke suspension parts are adaptive
So says BMW Malaysia in their recent social media posts on Facebook and Instagram as the G30-generation
So, what exactly is Laserlight and how does it compare to the Adaptive LED headlights on the 530e?
BMW Malaysia launched the new 2021 G30 BMW 530i facelift (LCI) in Malaysia a couple of days ago.
BMW Thailand has launched the locally-assembled (CKD) 2021 BMW X7.
, measuring 275/35 R19 at the rear and 245/40 R19 at the front.All three cars feature adaptive suspension
BMW Adaptive Cruise Control Retrofitted in G30 520d：http://youtu.be/RUbPyAAE_tg?a（来自@YouTube）
I’ve recently upgraded from a Passat to a (used) BMW 520d, and would like to share my experience. I live in Germany, where there are parts of highways with no speed limits. You could drive at light-speed (if it weren’t for physics:). I drive around 25.000 km per year, and mostly in 400+ km stretches. Although I could satisfy my needs with a less expensive car, I bought this one because of ,how it makes me feel,. I smile every time I get to drive somewhere, it is truly an enjoyable experience :) Here is a breakdown of my thoughts. Speed,: I’ve driven mine 225 km/h once, but it isn’t something I’d want to do all the time. Fuel economy at that speed is just ridiculous, and if something unexpected happened, you’d be a pancake in an eye-blink. Also, German highways are crowded, so driving at 200+ km/h for long stretches of road is seldom possible. I doubt many people decide to buy BMWs because of speed. Driving assistance & toys,: The car is loaded with features & toys. My favorite is the adaptive cruise control (ACC), which has completely changed the way I drive. It works flawlessly, and sometimes I drive for hour(s) without touching the pedals (the car is an automatic). Almost all car brands already offer this feature, and I highly recommend it. I often get stuck in traffic-jams. Although my car doesn’t have self-driving yet, it has a traffic-jam assistant. The TJA drives the car autonomously (including steering) up to 40 km/h. Other assistance features are also helpful (steering wheel vibrates when you steer too close to the lane lines, adaptive LED lights automatically adjust beams so they don’t blind the other drivers etc.). All these make the driving more care-free and safe. Toys,: I like the digital display which changes with the driving mode. It looks like something out of Star Trek. The cameras simplify parking (it’s a big car), mirrors self-fold, the Harman Kardon sound system is very enjoyable and button-controlled opening/closing of the trunk is cool. Car has remote controlled auxiliary heating, so it’s never necessary to sit into a cold car. Comfort,: It’s sooo comfortable to drive. The heated leather seats can be electrically adjusted in ~17 directions and feel better than most home sofas I’ve tried. I sometimes go sit in the car just to listen to music :) The front seats truly envelop the (co)driver and the ride is very smooth. The cockpit is sound insulated and road noise is negligible. I have a sports steering wheel which is thick and soft. The way all buttons and control feel is very premium. It is just a pleasure to operate. Design,: This is very subjective, but I prefer the design of the 3-series. Would I spend all my savings on this car? Absolutely not! But if one can afford to splurge a little, I think buying a nice car can be a worthwhile experience.