What’s the Best BMW Drift Car?

What’s the Best BMW Drift Car?

RWD – that’s the essence of drifting, sure. But it’s also down to vehicle chioce and driver skill. If you want to make BMW your drifting machine what should you be aiming at?

Most of us (unless totally loaded!) will be thinking of an older model, but forget the old 6 and 7 series cars. These were luxury consumer models and would need a lot of weight stripping out and the suspension changing – probably why no one drifts these models.

A good place to start might be an older 3 series. Proven racing pedigree here, plus these models are becoming increasingly affordable and available. Parts are no longer expensive. If going for an old E30, the lighter 1.8 litre is the choice – it will outperform the heavier 2.0.

The real BMW drift cars are the Z3 and Z4. You may pay a little more but these cars are where it’s at for sideways fun. The ///M coupe is the one to go for if you can afford it.

Whatever you choose, we can help with the BMW badge styling!

 

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GTI 180 with sports styling!

GTI 180 with sports styling!

Richard Gebhardt from Auckland in New Zeland was kind enough to send us some pics of his Peugeot 206 GTI 180, showing off his recent badge purchases.

Richard has gone for a WRC badge in black and also a Peugeot Sport badge in French flag colours, perfectly complimenting the vehicle’s own paintwork. Awesome!

Check out our range for Peugeot vehicles here. If you’d like your drive featured just drop us an email or post on our Facebook page.

 

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BMW M still the official MGP Car

BMW M still the official MGP Car

The Moto GP World Championships of 2013 get underway this weekend with the Qatar Grand Prix and BMW ///M will be back as the official car for the 15th season. They have provided the official safety cars to Moto GP since 1999, making the sight of the M badge leading the field a familiar sight. We can’t make you a grand prix winner, but click here for a BMW Motorsport Badge! 10% discount with code: SSEN1

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Senner Push AMG Even Harder!

Senner Push AMG Even Harder!

If enough wasn’t already enough, Senner Tuning’s Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG badged Roadster takes things that bit higher again.

An extra 35 horsepower and 29 lb-ft of torque have been extracted out of the V8 beast, thanks to valve controlled  sport exhaust system and uprated performance air filters.

The increase could see the roadster top 200 mph and reach 62 mph in 3.7 seconds.

Styling wise, the roadster is fitted with 21 inch titanium grey Schmidt Gotham alloys. Rear tyres are 295/25!!!

For your own piece of Merc / AMG styling click here.

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New Golf GTI Unveiled at Geneva

New Golf GTI Unveiled at Geneva

The Golf GTI, almost like no other, has certainly stood the test of time. Over three decades after the first model appeared, VW are unveiling their latest incarnation of the beast at this year’s Geneva Motor Show.

And what a beast! At the heart of this new variant is a turbocharged direct-injection petrol engine with 162 kW / 220 PS. However purchasers of the optional factory-installed performance pack will have a version where the engine’s maximum power is boosted to 169 kW / 230 PS. Hold tight!

Advance ordering for the new Golf GTI has already taken off in Germany with prices starting at €28,350. If that’s a bit steep then you can get your own little piece of VW sports styling here.

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