By Staff Reporter
BMW South Africa is hosting its second M Festival at the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit in Johannesburg from 26 to 27 October 2019. The first instalment of the show was hosted in 2017 and attracted just under 20,000 attendees. The 2019 show promises to better the 2017 experience with BMW South Africa set to take covers off six BMW M and M Performance models.
Fun for all
At the 2019 BMW M Festival, visitors will get the opportunity to book test drives, hot laps with professional drivers (including South African born BMW works driver, Sheldon van der Linde, in his Shell BMW M4 DTM car), walk through one of the largest BMW pop-up showrooms with attractive specials to choose from, enjoy gourmet food trucks, stalls and drinks, live music by some of South Africa’s renowned DJs and artists, a children’s play area (M-kids area), shopping at the BMW Lifestyle merchandise shop and more.
To reminisce on the legacy and early beginnings of BMW Motorsport in South Africa, a recently restored BMW 530 MLE will be unveiled to the public for the first time at the 2019 BMW M Festival. That’s not all, the Gauteng BMW Car Club Concours Event – the most prestigious event on the BMW Car Club calendar – will also take place at the 2019 BMW M Festival. This event has been ongoing for over 33 years and is the greatest annual South African celebration of BMW heritage.
Onslaught of BMW M and M Performance models
BMW South Africa will showcase six new BMW M and M Performance models being the new BMW X3 M Competition, BMW X4 M Competition, BMW M340i xDrive, BMW 8 Series Gran Coupe, BMW X6 and BMW 1 Series.
Ticket prices and other general information about the BMW M Festival can be accessed via this link: https://www.bmw.co.za/en/topics/fascination-bmw/events/mfestival/mfestival.html download the BMW M Festival app on https://mybmwevents.co.za/mfest/app/android or https://mybmwevents.co.za/mfest/app/ios.
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