Throughout the more than 100 years of establishment of BMW, it has always been a go to car brand for people looking for luxury, comfort, safety, and speed. We have several BMW rental Miami models here at mph club you can drive through our exotic car rentals. We can also provide you with in depth information about our cars if you give us a call, read our articles here in our blog or watch our videos on our youtube channel.
To start with, get to know your BMW through their names. Did you know that most BMW cars are named after their specifications? For instance, the letters in the car names have meanings—“d” for diesel engine, “I” for a fuel-injected petrol engine, “L” for long wheelbase, “td” for turbo diesel, “x/xDrive” all-wheel drive, “C’ for coupe, “e” for eta denoting fuel competence, “s/S” for sports, “T” for touring, wagon and estate cars and “t” for hatchback. Hence, if you see a BMW name, you can instantly get an idea about what it offers.
BMW has different car models from coupes, wagons, hatchbacks, convertibles, sedans, and SUVs.
Let’s begin with the coupes that exemplify style. First, BMW M2 which is notable because of its front-wheel-drive system, uncommon to previous BMW models. Next, BMW M4, which key characteristic is being lightweight weighing only 3,330 lbs because of carbon fiber usage, and basically this car model is an upgraded version of the BMW M3. BMWi8 is a coupe that is truly eye catching and is also efficient because of its hybrid engine that can run from 0 to 62 mph in 4.4 seconds with a top speed of 155 mph. Other BMW coupes are BMW 4 Series Gran, BMW M4 CS, BMW 8 Series, BMW M8, and BMW 2 Series.
If you are traveling with a group, BMW has touring, wagon cars, and hatchbacks. Winner of the “Executive Car of the Year” and “Connected Car Award,” BMW 5 Series Touring and sedans sold over 600,000 pieces all over the world.
BMW 3 Series is also part of the brand’s wagons. BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo, BMW 1 Series, BMW i3 and BMW 1 Series 3 doors are the hatchbacks next on our list. These models can also be your choice if you are looking for a ride that will give you comfort even after hours of driving. These models have substantial space for passengers including your luggage. Together with the comfort comes the signature elegance because of its exterior design. Their engines are also state of the art, ran by petrol, diesel, electric or hybrid.
Another passenger car that has speed and striking interior and exterior are the BMW sedans and SUVs. For the BMW M5, BMW 5 Series Sedan, BMW 7 Series, BMW 3 Series, BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo, BMW 8 Series Gran and BMW Series Sedan, you may choose to drive in sporty speed or relaxed vibe.
This vehicle gets a patched up rendition of the organization’s 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8, complete with new admission ports, bigger turbochargers, and an updated air intake. In spite of the fact that it may have lesser cylinder, it has significantly more force 523 horsepower and 553 lb.- ft. of torque, to be definite. It’s ready to get the vehicle from 0-60 mph in 3.6 seconds, and an electronically restricted maximum velocity of 155 mph. What stops you from experiencing this godly speed, come to us today at mph club.
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In the present time, BMW is a car brand that denotes a state of the art designs, superiority in speed, and one of the trademarks that will always come to mind when you think of a dream car. This has been the case even from a century ago, and you can get a hold of this legendary car here at mph club exotic car rentals. Contact us, so we can provide you BMW models you can rent anywhere around the US.
BMW or Bayerische Motoren Werke has officially been called this name in 1922. However, there were intertwined struggles and stories before it was named as is. In 1913, Rapp Motorenwerke headed by Karl Friedrich Rapp, supplied fighter aircrafts for the German Empire’s World War I needs. This is when BMW’s first invention was made—the BMW IIIa airplanes.
Rapp’s success was shortlived, so Austrians Franz Josef Popp and Max Friz took and managed the company. The two partnered with Gustav Flugmaschinefabrik owned by Gustav Otto that gave birth to Bayersiche Flugzeugwerke in March 1916, which was later named to the BMW we know today. Many said that BMW’s logo symbolizes aircraft propellers, but others suggest that it is actually a combination of the Rapp Motorenwerke logo together with the white and blue color of the Bavarian flag.
BMW began creating its name in the aircraft industry, but after World War I and in the establishment of the Treaty of Versailles, Germany wasn’t allowed to build aircraft engines of the same specifications. BMW shifted to producing motorcycles and cars in 1923. In 1928, BMW bought the Fahrzeugfabrik Eisenach, an automobile company which built the car Austin 7 from Dixi Marque. With a little tweak and development here and there, the first BMW car was born—the BMW 3/15, which enjoyed popularity throughout Germany together with other BMW luxury cars at that time.
Not long after that success came World War II that hit BMW to the core. Even if it tried to cope up by producing motorcycles in 1948 and producing cheaper and smaller cars called the Isetta or also known as the bubble car in 1952, BMW almost got owned by its rival company Daimler-Benz. Like a history repeating itself, two German industrialists Herbert Quandt and Harald Quandt invested on BMW, which support allowed for the creation of the successful BMW700 and BMW motorcycles sold in the US.
BMW’s story became smoother flowing thereafter producing models like the BMW New Class, BMW 5 Series, BMW 3 Series, BMW 7, which are luxurious sedans, and BMW 6 Series which are extravagant coupes in 1962-1978. The BMW M Series, BMW M, BMW M5, and BMW M3, made classy and deluxe road cars available to more drivers 1978-1986.
It is also during these years that BMW entered different industries through BMW Motorsport, BMW Golfsport, BMW Yachtsport and BMW mountains.
The four-cylinder design building of BMW in Munich was also built in the 1970s, which opened door to more research, studies, and production of technologically advanced and forward thinking car designs.
BMW’s history is far from over as they continue to make more legendary cars until today. Be a part of its modern day story by riding in any BMW car on our fleet. Discover more about BMW by watching videos on our YouTube Channel.