BMW M3 CRT in M Town


Shmee150, Gercollector and RokenR are rocking M Town.

PETROLHEADS’ PARADISE.Shmee150, Gercollector and RokenR are rocking M Town.

M Town – the high-performance capital for all petrolheads is opening a new chapter! And in the latest chapter, M Power is splashed about with abandon: Whether it’s delivering pizza in the BMW M2 Competition, a colourful drift challenge in the BMW M8 Competition Cabrio or grabbing a set of the ultimate painted wheel rims in the “Hype Rims” – there’s something for everyone. No wonder that three celebrated M enthusiasts have also taken citizenship in the dream city.

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“Hi guys, I’m Shmee!” – anyone who doesn’t know this congenial introduction obviously hasn’t consumed any automotive content in recent years. Tim Burton, as Shmee150 is known in civilian life, has been an avid online auto enthusiast for more than ten years on various platforms. And with great success: His YouTube channel now has about 2,2 million fans, with almost as many on Instagram. They want to follow the Londoner’s every move when he takes a closer look at rare automotive treasures, meets experts and racing drivers or just tries to do a quick lap of the Nürburgring Nordschleife. In short: If we’re talking really fast or maximally exclusive, Shmee150 is there.
The 33-year old, who has owned several BMWs in the past, has just ordered a new BMW M3 Competition – so Shmee’s route to M Town isn’t a long one.


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Shmee150 in M Town


Private car collector, car enthusiast, amateur racing driver – not much more than that is known about GERCOLLECTOR. He is the great unknown from the Internet who at the end of the day turns out to be known by everyone. His collection of super sports cars is without doubt one of the most impressive in the world: his private underground car park is home to some of the most exclusive, fastest street cars on the planet – including a BMW M4 GTS and a BMW M3 CRT. A world worth envying, but too wonderful not to share with others, and that’s what GERCOLLECTOR does on Instagram, YouTube and co., with great professionalism and a healthy portion of the petrolhead madness his fans love so much.
When GERCOLLECTOR is on the road, he always has company: a gigantic teddy bear, either on the driver’s or the passenger seat, which is both the collector’s mascot and distinguishing feature.


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Raziz Roken Rehan aka Mr. AMG


RokenR, aka Mr. AMG, is known on YouTube for his car reviews, which are marked by extensive post-production and special effects. He presents the different generations of the BMW M3. Voilà, here they are, life-size, in his driveway. There are no pictures of a green BMW M3 with M Performance Parts in existence? No problem, the Brit visualises it on his channel “Remove Before Race” in perfection. His motto when it comes down to details: too much is just right!
Raziz Roken Rehan, as Mr. AMG is known in normal life, is despite his unambiguous nickname an impassioned citizen of M Town: he loves and lives the spirit that emanates from this imaginary place and is fascinated by the community concept behind the campaign.


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RokenR in M Town
M Town


Where TOO MUCH is just right.


Where TOO MUCH is just right.

BMW M3 Competition Sedan:
Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 10.2
CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 234


BMW M8 Competition Coupé:

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


BMW M8 Competition Convertible:
Fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 11.4
CO2 emissions in g/km (combined): 262

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