The 2020 BMW X5 M Competition has a 4.4L twin turbo V8 with 460kW (616hp) and 750Nm, rear biased AWD, an 8-speed auto, and 22″ wheels at the rear.
The 2020 BMW X6 M Competition has a 4.4L twin-turbo V8 with 466kW (625hp) and 750Nm (553 lb-ft), AWD, 8-speed auto, and 0-100km/h in 3.8s.
The 2020 BMW X4 M Competition has a twin-turbo 3L I6 with 375kW (510hp) and 600Nm (443 lb-ft), an 8-speed auto, AWD, and 0-100km/h in 4.1s.
The 2020 BMW X3 M Competition has an even more powerful twin-turbo 3L I6 with 375kW (510hp) and 600Nm (443 lb-ft), an 8-speed auto, and AWD.
The BMW M760Li inspired by Nautor’s Swan was created to celebrate Individual’s 25th anniversary. Like the Finnish luxury yachts, this one off 7-Series has teak wood paneling joined with special rubber.
The Black Fire editions of the F15 BMW X5 M and F16 BMW X6 M have a unique shade of black paint, and black 21-inch wheels, grille and chrome highlights.
The new 2017 BMW 6-Series Gran Turismo can be customized with M Performance parts including new wheels, brakes, side stripes, grille and exhausts.
The 2017 BMW X6 Black Fire Edition has a 423kW (575hp) 4.4-liter turbo V8, AWD, 8-speed auto, 21-inch wheels, and a black and red leather interior.
The 2017 BMW X5 Black Fire Edition has black paint, 21-inch wheels, grille, a black and red leather interior, and a 423kW (575hp) 4.4-liter turbo V8.
The Infiniti M sedan, now renamed the Q70, is a rear and all wheel drive sedan with either V6 or V8, and the option of hybrid drivetrain.