The long awaited roll-out of the new 2012 BMW M-Series has been extremely maddening for BMW enthusiasts, as they have been waiting for what seems like forever to hear the new specs of this year's model. As many of you already know, BMW vehicles that contain the M-badge, are traditionally produced with completely modified engines, performance transmissions, interior trims, perfect aerodynamics, and interior and exterior modifications that help them shine brighter than the rest of the competition. In this review specifically, we are taking a more extensive look into the 2012 BMW M-Series.
The BMW M-Series, also known as the M-Technik series, was initially created to facilitate BMW's racing program of the automotive industry. The BMW racing program was extremely successful in the late 1960's to early 1970's. Once the BMW M-program was formed, it began to supplement BMW's vehicles portfolio with very specifically modified higher trim models, now which are most notably recognized by the consumer public. BMW vehicles that are M-badge are traditionally produced with modified engines, transmissions, suspensions, interior trims, aerodynamics, and exterior modifications to set them apart from their counterparts. In this review, we are taking a more in-depth look at the 2011 BMW M-Series. Take note as well, all M-Series models are tested and tuned at BMW's private and notorious facility at a racing circuit in Germany.