The 2008 BMW M3 has arrived and some people will be extremely happy with it while others will be let down by the things that were left out of the making. The M3 was built as a fast car, but not as a luxury fast car. For those in love with speed and speed alone, you will love it. But for those who like to speed in luxury will turn their attention elsewhere.
The global auto industry is experiencing a green revolution. They are convinced that lower emissions and hybrid engines will be able to turn eco-minded drivers into long-term customers. At the Geneva Motor Show, where hundreds of cars, big and fast, small and slow, were on display, the concept of going green is taking root in ways that automakers hope will not only create less pollution, but also bring in more purchases then before.
It is said that the more highly anticipated the car, the more difficult it is to get any advanced information on it, let alone a picture. However, sometimes we are lucky enough to see those pictures, such as the upcoming BMW Z9.
Though the body panels on this prototype probably have some small German village wondering what happened to all of its trash cans, there is much we can deduce about the successor to the limited production Z8, thought by many to be one of the most beautiful cars in BMW’s illustrious history.