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BMW - M Series
Products for the BMW M, also known as M-Technik or just "M" (for Motorsport) series of vehicles.

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BMW - M Series - E82 1M 2011+
The BMW 1 Series M is a purist and very high-performance version of the BMW 1 Series Coupe, developed by BMW's motorsport branch BMW M.
BMW - M Series - E30 M3 1985-1991
Performance Parts for BMW E30 M3 1985-1991
BMW - M Series - E36 M3 1992-1999
Performance Parts for BMW E36 3 Series 1992-1999
BMW - M Series - E46 M3 2001-2006
The BMW M3 is a high-performance version of the BMW 3-Series, developed by BMW's in-house motorsport division, BMW M.
BMW - M Series - E9X M3 2008-2011
The BMW M3 is a high-performance version of the BMW 3-Series, developed by BMW's in-house motorsport division, BMW M.
BMW - M Series - F8X M3/M4 2015+
The BMW M3 is a high-performance version of the BMW 3-Series, developed by BMW's in-house motorsport division, BMW M.
BMW - M Series - E60 M5 2003-2010
The world's first production sedan to feature a V10 petrol engine and 7 speed sequential manual gear box, this E60 chassis M5 was both the quickest and fastest 4-door sedan in the world at the time of its release. (Wiki)
BMW - M Series - F10 M5 2012+
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BMW - M Series - E85/6 Z4 M Coupe/Roadster 2006-2008
Performance Products for the BMW M version of the E85 Z4.


More About M Series

BMW M GmbH (previously: BMW Motorsport GmbH) is a subsidiary of German car manufacturer BMW AG. The M category was initially created to build BMW’s racing program- which was highly successful between the 1960s and 1970s. As time passed, BMW M began to supplement BMW's vehicles portfolio with specially modified higher trim models, for which they are now most known by the general public. These M-badged cars traditionally include modified engines, transmissions, suspensions, interior trims, aerodynamics, and exterior modifications to set them apart from their counterparts. All M models are tested and tuned at BMW's private facility at the Nürburgring racing circuit in Germany. *Ref. Wiki