Cultural stereotypes aside, Germany is known for its advanced technology, engineering prowess and top-quality manufacturing. The land of beer, bratwurst and BMW is especially famed for its automobiles, which are renowned the world over for their driving dynamics and Autobahn-proven performance.
BMW, which stands for Bayerische Motoren Werke (Bavarian Motor Works), specializes in building luxury cars with top of the line features, and this German company has never failed to deliver. BMW is one of the best known luxury automakers in the world. Past models worth mentioning are the 3-series and 7-series. Upcoming models to watch for include the BMW i8, i3 and updated 3-series.
For those that want the looks of the top-of-the-line M235i Convertible but don’t want to pay the price, BMW is now offering the M Sport Package.
BMW has prepared one last special edition of the 7 Series before the car is redesigned, and it will debut at the upcoming Paris Motor Show.
BMW is already hard at work on new M4 variants.
The 2015 BMW X6 will make its official public debut in Paris.
The 2 Series has officially dropped its top, letting you get behind the wheel of a BMW convertible for a lot less than you might expect.
New spy photos of the BMW 1 Series sedan reveal the upcoming model’s headlights and not much else.
The BMW 6 Series is next on the German automaker’s list for a refresh.
BMW is preparing to shake up the entry-level luxury segment and they’re going to do it with front-wheel drive.
The BMW M2 is on its way, as testing on the Nürburgring has begun.
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Spy photos have given us a sneak peek at the next-generation BMW 7 Series’ headlights.
The 2015 BMW X6 M is nearing production.
The collaboration between Toyota and BMW could result in even more sports cars.
The BMW i8 will be seen at Formula E events worldwide.
The first-ever BMW M4 has been welcomed into the M family.
The latest version of BMW’s armored X5 is heading to the Moscow Motor Show.
Vehicle Overview: Whether you’re looking for entry-level luxury or the benchmark in sport sedans, BMW’s 3 Series will easily satisfy. The fifth generation models, available between 2006 and 2011 were among the best regarded vehicles in their class.
Now that our sporty-car shoot out is over, you’d think its time to return back to the hum-drum world of boring compacts and economy cars, but you’re wrong. This week we have two serious performance cars and two all-wheel drive, six-cylinder cars ready to tackle a cut-throat segment.
A special edition BMW i8 sold for six times its normal price this weekend.
The first BMW i8 in the U.S. has been delivered to its new owner.
The global luxury auto sales race is heating up, with Audi and Mercedes closing the gap on current leader BMW.
Pricing for the second-generation BMW X6 has been announced.