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      01-24-2006, 12:30 AM   #23
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      01-24-2006, 02:36 PM   #24
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Oh, TiAg, took me a while before I figured out it was on the Periodic Table for chemistry. Ti=Titanium Ag=Silver.
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      02-13-2006, 10:14 AM   #25
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      02-25-2006, 08:37 AM   #27
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      02-25-2006, 03:34 PM   #28
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      03-09-2006, 03:37 PM   #29
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ACSM - Advanced Crash Safety Module.
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I like the most this German abbreviation for BMW

Bald Mein Wagen = Soon my car
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      03-16-2006, 12:52 AM   #31
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In Afrikaans,

Blik Met Wiele (Translated, Can on Wheels).

Personally, I prefer : Babe Magnet

And lets not forget the classic: Found On Rubbish Dump

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I like the most this German abbreviation for BMW

Bald Mein Wagen = Soon my car
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      06-27-2006, 12:40 PM   #32
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This is actually an insult.

In Indonesian:

BMW = Bajaj Merah Warnanya

Translation:
Bajaj=public transport in Jakarta, Indonesia
Merah=Red
Warna=Color

So in words:
The color of Bajaj is Red

Check this for more info: http://www.expat.or.id/info/traditionaltransport.html
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M = Motorsport is incorrect. BMW M GmbH is not BMW Motorsport. The 2 entities used to be one department under the name Motorsport GmbH prior to 1995. Today BMW M GmbH is a seperate company from BMW AG, its responsibilities are M road cars, the Individual and the driver training program. BMW Motorsport is under BMW Sport, responsible for all motor vehicle (including bikes) racing programs.
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      07-23-2006, 11:26 AM   #35
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What about colors

Titanium Silver = 354 = TS
Sparkiling Graphite = A22 = SG
Artic = A34
Sonora = A23
Monaco Blue = A35
Barrique Red = A41
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Since we're starting on corrections, A34 is Arctic, not Artic. Or, just FYI, Arktis for our German friends.
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Oh, and add A07 Mystic Blue (Mysticblau).
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Since we're starting on corrections, A34 is Arctic, not Artic. Or, just FYI, Arktis for our German friends.
Thank you. Correction made.
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Quote:
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M = Motorsport is incorrect. BMW M GmbH is not BMW Motorsport. The 2 entities used to be one department under the name Motorsport GmbH prior to 1995. Today BMW M GmbH is a seperate company from BMW AG, its responsibilities are M road cars, the Individual and the driver training program. BMW Motorsport is under BMW Sport, responsible for all motor vehicle (including bikes) racing programs.
BMW USA begs to differ.

http://www.bmwusa.com/vehicles/M/


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“M” stands for Motorsport. And there’s no question that these cars have racing in their blood. The engine roars. The pulse quickens. Exhilaration becomes an understatement. The M Cars. Joy, measured in milliseconds.
BMW AG still incorporates (obviously) the //M in the manufacturing and sales of their street vehicles in the form of //M-Sport and //M# (i.e., M3, M5, M6). A more detailed history can be obtained from "The BMW Experience: Passion for Performance--An insider's guide to your BMW" DVD sent to BMW owners.

Also, from Wikipedia:
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SULEV=Super Ultra Low Emission Vehicle
Thank you. I added this to the list.

I am not certain what organization originally defined this category, though I suspect it has to do with the EPA or emissions-related entity. Similar emissions related abbreviations can be found at:

http://www.driveclean.ca.gov/en/gv/d...sionrating.asp
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BMW USA begs to differ.

http://www.bmwusa.com/vehicles/M/




BMW AG still incorporates (obviously) the //M in the manufacturing and sales of their street vehicles in the form of //M-Sport and //M# (i.e., M3, M5, M6). A more detailed history can be obtained from "The BMW Experience: Passion for Performance--An insider's guide to your BMW" DVD sent to BMW owners.

Also, from Wikipedia:
You misuderstood my post. I didn't say you can't take "M" as in the word motorsport, and that's exactly what it says on BMW's site "M stands for motorsport." It doesn't say BMW M is the same entity as BMW Motorsport, and that's my point. The M we know today - BMW M GmbH was founded in 1993. Piror to that, under Motorsport GmbH, the same people who designed and built BMW race cars also engineered and hand assembled M road cars at their own facility. Since then, M cars have been engineered by people who only did road cars and built on regular assembly line. That's the real difference between M and Motorsport, and a fundamental one at that. So yes of course BMW still makes and sells M cars (and products), but the concept is totally different.

Wikipedia is written by the general public. I can go on there and re-write the definition. Here are 2 screen shots for you, from an official BMW M presentation: BMW Motorsport GmbH (race and road car) was founded in 1972, it was then re-launched as BMW M GmbH (road cars only) in 1993, and BMW Motorsport Ltd (race activities only) was launched in 1996. The operation of the two entities was internally seperated in 1995.
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Thank you. Correction made.
My pleasure. Thanks for doing this in the first place!
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You misuderstood my post. I didn't say you can't take "M" as in the word motorsport, and that's exactly what it says on BMW's site "M stands for motorsport." It doesn't say BMW M is the same entity as BMW Motorsport, and that's my point. The M we know today - BMW M GmbH was founded in 1993. Piror to that, under Motorsport GmbH, the same people who designed and built BMW race cars also engineered and hand assembled M road cars at their own facility. Since then, M cars have been engineered by people who only did road cars and built on regular assembly line. That's the real difference between M and Motorsport, and a fundamental one at that. So yes of course BMW still makes and sells M cars (and products), but the concept is totally different.

Wikipedia is written by the general public. I can go on there and re-write the definition. Here are 2 screen shots for you, from an official BMW M presentation: BMW Motorsport GmbH (race and road car) was founded in 1972, it was then re-launched as BMW M GmbH (road cars only) in 1993, and BMW Motorsport Ltd (race activities only) was launched in 1996. The operation of the two entities was internally seperated in 1995.
Okay, in short, how do you propose a revise the list? I'm getting dizzy now.
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