BMW M8 Competition Coupé

BMW ///M HOW TO DRIFT VOL. 2.

All-wheel drive vs rear-wheel drive – here’s how.

BMW ///M HOW TO DRIFT VOL. 2.All-wheel drive vs rear-wheel drive – here’s how.
“Drifting is the most exciting way to take a bend”

... says BMW Driving Instructor Stefan Landmann. Drifting is a balancing act between traction and losing control. And how it’s done depends on what kind of drive the vehicle has. In the new video How to Drift Part 2, the racing driver and BMW Driving Experience instructor explains what’s important when drifting with the all-wheel M xDrive and rear-wheel drive. And he’s brought the ideal drift vehicle to the shoot: the BMW M8 Competition Coupé with 625hp, distributed via the iDrive setting to either all four or just the back wheels.


From entering and holding the drift to leaving it: Stefan Landmann shows the different driving techniques and gives some important tips on drifting with both kinds of drive.

 

Only drive on cordoned-off areas, not on public roads.



BMW M8 Competition Coupé:
Fuel consumption in l/100km (combined): 11.2
CO² emissions in g/km (combined): 258


 

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How to drift part 2 - by BMW-M.com.

HOW TO DRIFT PART 2 - BY BMW-M.COM.

EXPLAINED: THE BMW M XDRIVE.

Thanks to the BMW M xDrive and the Active M Differential, sporting performance can be experienced even more intensely, whether in everyday driving or on the racetrack. The M specific technology distributes the driving power steplessly and fully variably between the front and rear axles so that the vehicle can be steered and controlled with extreme precision and safety, both when driving dynamically and in inclement weather conditions. Already in the basic setting with activated DSC (Dynamic Stability Control) and 4WD, the M displays its typical agility. The M Dynamic Mode and 4WD Sport increase this agility distinctly. According to personal preference or road quality, in DSC Off mode the driver can choose between the drive options 4WD, 4WD Sport and 2WD. In 2WD mode the drive is confined to the rear wheels. Here, only the Active M Differential engages to distribute the power between the rear wheels with complete flexibility according to the situation in order to ensure ideal traction and driving stability. All in all, M xDrive expands the driving qualities, optimizes the handling characteristics and makes the vehicle easier to control, so that the high performance can be enjoyed even more intensely.

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WHO IS WHO.

Stefan Landmann.

Racing driver, winner of the 24-hour Nürburgring race, instructor: Stefan Landmann seldom strays from the racing line. As a class winner in 2011 in the 24-hour Nürburgring race on the notorious Nordschleife, the thoroughbred race car driver conquered one of the most demanding racetracks in the world in a BMW M3 GT4. As a certified BMW instructor, the 30-year old Austrian is the right man in the right place when it comes to translating the fascination of racing to the road. “It’s a great pleasure for me to work with people who are as car-mad as I am,” says Landmann. “I’m happy to pass on my motorsport experience.”

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BMW M DRIFT TRAINING.

With the all-new BMW M4 Competition.

At the BMW M Drift Training, professional instructors show you how to take those curves on the asphalt. It’s up to you: in a BMW M model, you will use the wide open spaces of the BMW Driving Academy in Maisach to take on some tricky tasks, experience the fascination of controlled drifts on a wet road surface and enjoy the fun of driving at the highest level.

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BMW M4 Competition
BMW M Snow Drift Training Plus

BMW SNOW DRIFT TRAINING.

Learn to drift from the pros.

No losing it in the bend here: The BMW M Snow Drift Training Plus in Pitztal, Austria, will teach you how to drift. It’s amazing fun, but requires real ability. And the training sessions will provide greater safety if it comes to the crunch: If you’ve learned how to deal with losing the rear end, you’ll also have full control of your vehicle in everyday traffic.

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BMW M8 Competition Coupé

THE M8

THE M8

BMW M8 Competition Coupé:
Fuel consumption in l/100km (combined): 11.2
CO² emissions in g/km (combined): 258

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  • The models illustrated include optional equipment.

    Official data on fuel consumption and CO2 emissions were determined in accordance with the mandatory measurement procedure and comply with Regulation (EU) 715/2007 valid at the time of type approval. In case of a range, figures in the NEDC take into account differences in the selected wheel and tire size; figures in the WLTP take into account any optional equipment. WLTP values are used for assessing taxes and other vehicle-related charges that are (also) based on CO2 emissions, as well as for the purposes of vehicle-specific subsidies, if applicable. Where applicable, the NEDC values listed were calculated based on the new WLTP measurement procedure and then converted back to the NEDC measurement procedure for comparability reasons. For more information on the WLTP and NEDC measurement procedures, see https://www.bmw.de/wltp.

    For further information about the official fuel consumption and the specific CO2 emission of new passenger cars can be taken out of the „handbook of fuel consumption, the CO2 emission and power consumption of new passenger cars“, which is available at all selling points and at https://www.dat.de/co2/.

    All vehicles, equipment, combination possibilities and varieties shown here are examples and can differ in your country. In no way do they constitute a binding offer by the BMW M GmbH. Visit your local BMW website or see your authorised BMW M Retailer for accurate details on the offers in your country.