If you’re like me you read the last part of that title in the voice of Jeremy Clarkson, because who else can say those three words like the Jezza. But that’s beside the point. We all know how fantastic the BMW M cars have always been, and surely will continue to be for the foreseeable future. Owning one of these cars provides you with a feeling that one can only experience when driving the “Ultimate Driving Machine”. By owning one of these M cars you also become a part of club, unofficially at least. However there are formal clubs you can join and from the looks of it, the BMW Group of Central and Southeastern Europe would be a good one to join.

Photo: bmwblog
Photo: bmwblog

I say that because they have organized what they are calling the M Drive Tour 2016. One of the stops on this tour really grabbed out attention, because it happens to be on the Transfagarasan Mountain Road. This is the road Clarkson, Hammond and May deemed the “best road…in the world” in an old Top Gear episode. This road just looks fantastic so we can only imagine driving it must be a very special experience. What better car to do this than the M2, M3, M4, and of course the M5? Guests that were on the tour apparently were flown in via helicopter, then chauffeured up to the road in the back of the 7 series. Waiting for them was an entire fleet of the best M cars available in a whole variety of colors. Some of our personal favorites were the Frozen Blue Metallic M5, Java Green M4, Atlantis Blue and Frozen Black Metallic M3, and of course the Long Beach Blue M2. Although really you could spray paint one of these cars in pink camo and I would still drive it with a smile on my face. Check out this gorgeous road, beautiful cars and the people that got to experience them both in the best possible way.


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Frozen Blue Metallic M5 Photo: bmwblog
Frozen Blue Metallic M5
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Frozen Black Metallic M3 Photo: bmwblog
Frozen Black Metallic M3
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Long Beach Blue Metallic M2 Photo: bmwblog
Long Beach Blue Metallic M2
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Java Green Metallic M4 Photo: bmwblog
Java Green Metallic M4
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Atlantis Blue Metallic M3 Photo: bmwblog
Atlantis Blue Metallic M3
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