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Introducing the X4: BMW's latest concept car with front-wheel drive and an aluminum Flame Surface. Built on the X5 frame, the X4 is a new chapter in vehicle design. And best of all, you can see it too at the Detroit International Auto Show.

BMW will make three world premieres at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, and the MINI COOPER will make its USA debut. 

Here are some of the BMW vehicles on display in Detroit:

MINI COOPER

Mini Cooper The new MINI COOPER will make its North American debut in Detroit.

Considered to be one of the most advanced vehicles of its size on the market, the MINI COOPER is the first all-new product of the MINI brand. The innovative design concept of the MINI COOPER is the same as that of the preceding model, but the new model offers state-of-the-art technology.

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M3

The new 2001 BMW M3 coupe will be presented in Detroit. 

No other car offered on the world market is able to compete with the latest generation of the world-famous sports car from Munich. Its performance features speak for themselves: 

  • In-line six-cylinder engine developing 333 horsepower 
  • Double-VANOS
  • 262 lb-ft of torque 
  • 0-60 mph in 4.8 seconds.

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M3

M3 Convertible

M3 Convertible The new 2001 BMW M3 convertible will make its North American debut in Detroit. 

 

BMW's 3 Series convertible is regarded as an automobile with unique style and flair. But now there is an automobile that adds to that style and flair, a performance edge that could only come from BMW M: The new M3 convertible.

Available in Spring 2001, this open variant of the M3 coupe is an attractive and sporty four seater with an electrically operated soft top. The new M3 convertible features the agile handling of a sports car as well as the newly designed M3 inline six-cylinder engine developing 333 horsepower at 7900 rpm and a maximum torque of 262 lb-ft at 4900 rpm. 

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X5 HP

The new 2001 BMW X5 HP will make its world premiere in Detroit. 

The X5 HP resembles the prototype X5 LeMans, first reported here at BMW World. The X5 HP is a new high-performance version of the X5 Sports Activity Vehicle. The most powerful X5 engine will no longer be a 282 horsepower, 4.4 liter V8, but rather a new high-performance V8 developing 347 horsepower (European rating). The new V8 has a displacement of 4.6 liters, and being exclusively reserved for the X5 HP, delivers up to 354 lb-ft of torque. The four-wheel-drive vehicle does zero to 60 mph in less than 6.5 seconds and has a top speed of more than 149 mph. 

X5 HP

Z3 Coupe & Roadster

Z3 Great news for the Z3

The engine of the M coupe and the M roadster will be replaced by the new six-cylinder high-performance M engine. The new M engine develops 315 horsepower at 7400 rpm, an increase of more than 30 percent from the previous 240. With this power increase, the new M coupe and M roadster will go from 0 to 60 mph in under 5 seconds.

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Z9

The Z9 Convertible concept car will be presented in Detroit. See how simple driving can be!

The BMW Z9 convertible concept car illustrates how BMW intends to intensify driving pleasure in the future. The key is an interior design that makes driving easier instead of more complicated. 

Z9 Convertible

Although the driver can concentrate on the basic driving functions, all the features of the latest generation technology are at the driver's disposal. This iDrive interior control concept enables the driver to perform a variety of functions using innovative and intuitive controls. The iDrive concept was first presented in the Z9 gran turismo at the Frankfurt Auto Show in 1999.

750hL

750hL BMW is recognized as a world leader in the search for alternative automotive designs for a clean future. The 750hL liquid hydrogen car is their solution.
Their strategy is to avoid emissions and to make use of regenerative forms of energy. On May 11th, 2000, BMW presented the 750hL fleet in Berlin, the first fleet of production-based cars featuring an internal combustion engine powered by hydrogen. The 12-cylinder engine delivers 204 horsepower (European rating), accelerates from zero to 60 mph in approximately 9.5 seconds and reaches a top speed of 140 mph. The cryo tank holds 37 gallons, giving the fully-equipped 7 Series vehicle a range of 218 miles.

The 7 Series vehicle also features a conventional gasoline fuel system, which remains aboard in case of unavailability of hydrogen fuel. The production of 7 Series sedans marks the beginning of the series production of BMW's hydrogen cars. The first model for the present 3 Series is to enter the market in 2010.


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