The best cars from the 2024 Goodwood Festival of Speed


Bentley Continental GT

The next-generation, plug-in hybrid Continental GT took to the hill as the marque looks to cement its 771bhp beast as the sporting alternative to the old W12.

Read our Bentley Continental PHEV review

BMW i5 Flow Nostokana

BMW i5 Flow Nostokana

A throwback to South African artist Esther Mahlangu’s 1991 art car, the i5 Flow previews BMW’s future e-ink paint technology. It’s capable of shifting the shade of the body panels at a moment’s notice, displaying a different colour, a message or, as here, a special livery. BMW design chief Adrian van Hooydonk recently told Autocar the firm is working to ready the panels for mass production, and that it’s possible we’ll see a finished version within “the next two years”. 

Read our BMW i5 review

BMW 1 Series facelift

BMW M135

BMW’s entry-level family hatch was recently overhauled, gaining a smoother new look and BMW’s latest iDrive infotainment system inside. It’s made its public debut at Goodwood, in range-topping M135i guise.

Everything we know about the BMW 1 Series facelift

BMW M2 update

BMW M2

The M2 has gained 20bhp and 37lb ft of torque as part of a wider upgrade for the 2 Series coupé. The new version of the car was shown alongside BMW’s other cars.

Everything we know about the BMW M2 update

BMW M3 Touring update

BMW M3 facelift

The M3 has gained new lighting and a 20bhp boost as part of its mid-life update. It was displayed in Touring estate form at Goodwood.

Everything we know about the BMW M3 update

BMW M4 CS

BMW M4 CS

This is a more hardcore version of the M4 coupé, with an increase in turbo boost pressure (from 1.7 bar to 2.1 bar) upping its peak power output from 523bhp to 543bhp. It’s also 20kg lighter than the regular M4, thanks in part to a new titanium exhaust silencer and various carbonfibre-reinforced plastic trim pieces.



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