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It may have started on the racetrack, but BMW enthusiasts took M for their own joyride – bringing high performance engines and aerodynamic design to everyday roads.
Timeline dates, images, and figures are based on European models.
As the namesake of BMW M vehicles, the BMW M1 launches the career of the letter “M” that is destined to be a synonym for top performance and success.
1983 BMW Turbo Engine
BMW WINS THE FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP.
BMW wins its first title in a Brabham BMW driven by Nelson Piquet. The winning vehicle has a BMW turbo engine – producing an incredible 790 hp.
BMW M COUPE.
The 321 hp BMW M Coupe brings the great tradition of the BMW two-seater sportscar back to life.
The third generation of the M5 debuts as one of the most powerful vehicles ever built by BMW. It’s also the first to be powered by an impressive 8-cylinder engine capable of producing 400 hp.
1998 BMW M5
The first BMW M3 is introduced as a street version of the champion touring car – bringing motorsport performance to everyday roads.
BMW M3 CONVERTIBLE.
Open driving at its best – the powerful BMW M3 Convertible is born.
BMW M3 GTR.
Equipped with a 450 hp engine, the BMW M3 GTR wins the honors in the American Le Mans series in its first year.
2005 BMW M6 Coupe
BMW M5 SEDAN.
With five-liter displacement and a 507 hp high-revving concept, the V-10 engine in conjunction with the 7-gear SMG Drivelogic transmission, delivers elegance with exceptional power.
BMW M6 COUPE.
Using lightweight materials such as carbon, the BMW M6 touts an incredible power-to-weight ratio - catapulting it to the absolute top class of sport coupes.
BMW M3 SEDAN.
The spacious M3 Sedan makes no compromises when it comes to power, dynamics, or responsiveness.
M DUAL-CLUTCH TRANSMISSION WITH DRIVELOGIC.
With two transmission shafts, the M DCT instantaneously transfers engine power to the road without disruption and optimizes power to the rear wheels.
BMW M3 CONVERTIBLE.
The new BMW M3 Convertible offers a uniquely sporty driving experience with an open top and full engine sound.
2008 BMW M3 Convertible
2009 BMW X5 M
BMW X5 M.
With a stylish mix of spaciousness, comfort, and signature M sportiness, the X5 M reinvents the Sports Activity Vehicle®.
BMW X6 M.
A high-performance Sports Activity Vehicle with an unmistakable coupe-like design, the BMW X6 M has a particularly impressive presence.
BMW 1 SERIES M COUPE.
With 340 horsepower and a muscular appearance, the BMW 1 Series M Coupe combines impressive power and dynamics.
BMW M3 CRT.
Made for the racing circuit yet completely roadworthy, the BMW M3 CRT is a small yet powerful M3 spin-off.
BMW M5 SEDAN.
With the BMW M TwinPower Turbo 8-cylinder engine, the BMW M5 generates a maximum power of 560 hp. The M dual-clutch transmission with Drivelogic and the innovative Active M differential ensure optimal performance and traction.
2016 BMW M2 Coupe
BMW M6 GRAN COUPE.
As a new BMW M flagship, the BMW M6 Gran Coupe perfectly embodies exclusivity and extraordinary elegance.
BMW M2 COUPE.
Proving power comes in all sizes, the first BMW M2 Coupe arrives with a M TwinPower Turbo inline 6-cylinder engine and a specially adapted M sport chassis.
BMW M4 GTS.
Conceived for the racing circuit but perfected for road use, the BMW M4 GTS uses innovative water injection to achieve peak performance.
BMW M3 & BMW M4.
Reborn with more power than ever, the M3 and M4 Competition models generate up to 500 hp. For the first time in history, they are available with the M xDrive all-wheel drive system allowing for maximum handling and dynamics on the racing circuit and everyday roads.
On our 50th anniversary, we celebrate five decades of thrilling history. We dedicate this milestone to our avid fans, drivers, and all M enthusiasts. As we race into the future, we start a new era of emotion, electrification, and powerful technology.