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BMW 100th Anniversary Celebration in Pictures & Videos

2009 saw BMW made some significant breakthroughs in motorcycling and launched the highly acclaimed S1000RR which it has continuously updated to make it one of the most competitive supersport motorcycles in the world today.



The BMW M6 is the high performance version of the BMW 6-Series coupe and convertible. It began production in 1983. The modern version has 600hp and does 0-100kmph in under 4 seconds with the Competition Package.

Learn more about the BMW M Series cars from this awesome video!


In 2014, BMW debuted the i8, ushering in the electric era for the brand. It was a plug-in hybrid. It was created as the flagship car to highlight BMW’s new electric division. It has gull-wing doors, can drive 37km on a pure lithium-ion battery and do 0-100kmph in 4.4 seconds. The top speed is 249kmph. A Spyder variant is also available.

The newest BMW Vision Next 100 Concept was showcased as part of the BMW 100th Anniversary Celebration. We hope that in the next 100 BMW will continue building many incredible cars and motorcycles for its enthusiasts world over.

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Motorcyclist, Traveler, Aerospace Engineer and your friendly neighborhood Batman. Suhas has been meandering on two wheels since 2008. His love for automobiles, aeroplanes and his passion for travel has brought him here. He's a RC plane hobbyist currently building a Supermarine Spitfire and the Associate Editor at TheMotorLife

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