It's been said that the best things in life are free and even the most jaded cynics would have to agree that BMW's Ultimate Driving Experience is one of the best things in life.
The fact that they bring nearly their entire lineup of vehicles out for the general public to hop in and driven around, with no supervision is just crazy. On top of that you can sign up to auto-x the 5 series or 2 series or both. I recommend both.
There's also a cute little hill descent demo with the X-5 that probably puckers the posterior of many a city slicker, as well as a traction control demo involving dish soap, a tarp and asldkfj
Sorry, I fell asleep describing the traction control demo, where was I?
Oh yes, BMW's Ultimate Driving Experience is the best time you can have in a bunch of new cars without paying for the pleasure of pedal punching some sweet metal.
If you've got the scratch you can shell out $650 for a full day of instruction from the very knowledgeable and pun loving staff. You also gain access to the tire killing class of M cars such as the M235i, M3 and M4. Why they don't include the M6 Gran Coupe I don't know but if they did, I'd set about pawning some items to get seat time in that beauty.
Hope you enjoy the trailer, full edit and article with car by car snap judgements will be up soon.
Andrew Maness writes about cars because he has one and also has a computer. He's been known to drunkenly Tweet as @thisnicelife and upload photos to@theroadlessdriven. He also has a YouTube Channel and thinks talking about himself in the 3rd person is really weird but knows it's necessary if he wants to be taken seriously as an Opponaut.