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If there is one BMW we’re excited to drive this year it has to be the all-new BMW M550i, the top model of the new 5 Series range. Packing a new, M Performance-tuned 4.4 liter V8 — featuring two twin-scroll turbochargers, a High-Precision injections system, Valvetronic valve lift and Double VANOS variable cam timing — the BMW M550i xDrive develops 456 hp and 480 lb-ft of torque.
When it comes to market next year, the new BMW X2 is shaping up to be one of the best looking BMWs ever designed by Munich. The BMW X2 was previewed in concept form at the Paris Motor Show in 2016 and shortly after, prototypes have hit the road for some real-life testing, just months before its debut in production shape.
Rolls-Royce’s first sports utility vehicle will arrive in 2018, but ahead of its debut, BMW and Rolls engineers continue to test the platform on public roads in Munich.
From a Munich perspective, the new BMW 6 Series GT is the largest new product of the year 2017 – at least in relation to the length of the vehicle.
Gone are the days of the screaming, naturally-aspirated BMW I6 engine. That guttural, metallic induction noise we’ve become accustomed to has gone and replaced with the muffled growl of turbocharged engines.
We’ve known that Rolls Royce was working on a replacement for its largest, most expensive car for some time time.
At the most recent 2017 Geneva Motor Show, we saw the unveiling of the new Audi RS5 Coupe. Only in its second generation, the RS5 took a big leap forward and is now packing some very impressive specs.
The best things in life really are worth waiting, like this Santorini Blue BMW F82 M4. The owner waited many long months for his car to arrive on American shores.
BMW of North America is recalling 36 model-year 2017 BMW X5 sDrive35i, xDrive35i, xDrive50i, xDrive35d and xDrive40e SUVs.
When you’re a car enthusiast, odds are you would take your sports car to the track as well. Yet, this is your daily driver so overloading it with racing upgrades is often not the right choice.
Since its debut, there have been several comparison tests between the highly futuristic BMW i8 and the classic sports car, the Porsche 911.
Austin Yellow was one of the launch colors available for the new BMW M3 and BMW M4. It is a bright finish, giving the high-performance coupe a staggering look that accentuates its aggressive body line.
The big spotlight of the 2017 Geneva Auto Show last month was the introduction of the new BMW 5 Series Touring, but along with the practical wagon, another utility vehicle was present in Switzerland.
Decked out builds are a norm these days. But, seemingly, there are owners who like to keep it classy, clean and to not overburden the looks of their cars with a lot of aftermarket tweaks and additions overall.
Modern BMWs have unfortunately lost a lot of the brilliant exhaust notes that the classic Bavarians had.
We’re in a bit of a transition period with BMW at the moment. The Bavarian brand is currently making a big switch to a more electrified, connected automotive world.
During the late ’60s and early ’70s, BMW built a few different cars on the E9 chassis. All of the were stunning cars.
BMW’s X5 has always had to deal with the Land Rover Discovery (LR3 and LR4 in America for a time) but they weren’t ever really big time competitors.
The successor of the BMW 5 Series Gran Turismo will arrive this summer and will be sold – for the first time- under the 6 Series badge.
In June, BMW will unveil the third generation of the highly popular X3 Sports Activity Vehicle. The G01 X3 will be extremely important for the U.S.