BMW that self drifts...

Thread in 'Drifting Chat / Pictures / Videos' started by superclarkey, Jan 11, 2014.

  1. superclarkey

    superclarkey DORITECH MOTORSPORT

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    I looked into buying the M235i (I have a 385bhp M135i now), but if they can do this, I'll go put a deposit down now! lol
     
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    Why would you want a car to drift by it's self!? No enjoyment at all!
     
  4. Radiuz

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    Incredible feat of engineering. Still no fun though
     
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    Anddddd the Germans ruin all the fun again!!! I think if you asked the guy who designed that if he had ever had fun his brain would melt down and explode, as he wouldn't be able to compute the idea of doing something just for fun!
     
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    How to be a huge car manufacturer and make money off the aftermarket industry, round 2

    Round 1 was covered by ruining car styling by offering OEM body kits, alloy wheels, sports suspension for pretty much any model... 318d M-Sport etc... look almost as cool as an M3 without the need to actually have a nice car
     
  7. Dex

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    probably wont actually drift itself but more likely to pull out off oversteer?
    cant seeing linking any corners on purpose really, no use for that at all
     
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    If it can get round a track and operate under tyre slip then they should be able to make it drift properly. Still a ball ache though
     
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    It's not all bad, you could set your car of for a few laps and get some pictures of it going around :p
     
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    I wouldnt want my car to self drift the whole point of drifting is so you can experience it in full effect. You should learn how to drift. Idk I am just saying most of the fun is doing all the drifting yourself and not a car doing it for you.
     

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