In 2007 BMW started offering a range of official modifications grouped under the BMW Performance Parts label that were aimed at improving the overall performance of its cars. The benefit to customers looking to modify their cars was the fact that all the parts came with the same level of quality as regular OEM components and they were also backed by a full factory warranty--when installed at a BMW dealership or approved facility. Some of the original items included exhaust systems, ECU retunes, short-throw shifters, suspension and brake upgrades, light alloy wheels, and sport differentials...
BMW Performance 1-Series Concept: 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show
The new 2012 BMW 1-Series Hatchback will make its official debut next week at the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show, and BMW will use the opportunity to showcase a range of new accessories for it falling under the BMW Performance heading. While the new 1-Series Hatchback is yet to be confirmed for sale in...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
X5 BMW Performance Accessories Announced For U.S.
We’ve already known BMW was planning to launch a new range of performance accessories under its BMW Performance label for the X5 SUV since March’s 2010 Geneva Motor Show. Now, BMW has announced the availability of the new kit for the U.S. market, with the kit set to go on sale this...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
BMW Performance Range For X5 And X6 Previewed
BMW used last month’s 2010 Geneva Motor Show to unveil a new range of performance accessories to be sold under the “BMW Performance” line of factory backed modifications. The BMW Performance line was originally introduced a couple of years back for the 3-Series and was quickly expanded to...Viknesh Vijayenthiran