Car thefts have dropped an average 13 percent each year since 2006 according to the latest data from the government safety regulators. With that in mind, this is the list of the 10 car least likely to disappear from the driveway while you’re busy playing Rip Van Winkle. Kicking off the list is the Lexus…
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.
There won’t be many built and BMW is only offering them in Japan, but the Bavarian brand unveiled an especially attractive limited run of its mid-size sport sedan today.
BMW has just given its 5 Series an update for the 2014 model year, and the German automaker is already hard at work on its next-generation model.
The BMW i3 production vehicle will be officially unveiled on July 29, but to hold everyone over, the German automaker has released some specifications on its first i-model electric car.
BMW announced five new approved iPhone applications for its “BMW Apps,” expanding the list of compatible smartphone programs owners can access through their car.
With the production debut of the BMW i3 coming later this month, reports indicate that the car will start around $34,500 in the U.S., and that it will arrive next January.
BMW has been spotted testing an ActiveHybrid X5 model in California, as these spy photos reveal.
The head-up display (HUD) originated in the cockpit of fighter jets, but the technology has migrated to automobiles, and the take rate of HUDs is expected to rise by seven percent in 2013.
The BMW i8 Spyder, Ford Atlas pickup, and Hyundai HCD-14 Genesis concept vehicles have all received Concept Vehicle of the Year awards in their respective categories.
The official debut of the production BMW i3 will happen on July 29, 2013 the German automaker has announced.
Flight is an amazing thing. You can board a jet in Pittsburgh at breakfast time and dine on escargot in Paris for dinner. Never in human history has mankind been able to travel so quickly. It took Christopher Columbus months to cross the Atlantic, now we accomplish the same feat in as few as eight…
Now that the BMW 4 Series coupe has been officially revealed, the German automaker has little reason to hide its convertible variant behind heavy camouflage.
Recently spied testing at the Nürburgring, the BMW 2 Series will make its official debut at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show according to recent reports.
BMW has announced pricing on its third-generation X5, with the 2014 X5 sDrive35i starting from $53,725 including a $925 destination and handling fee.
BMW has released pricing for the M6 Gran Coupe, which carries a starting MSRP of $116,150 including delivery, as well as a gas-guzzler tax estimated at $1,300.
Details on the BMW 4 Series were released last week, and now the German brand has released the first video that showcases the car.
According to data from Polk, U.S. buyers registered 67,385 BMW vehicles through March this year, topping Mercedes-Benz which saw 62,366 registrations.
BMW aims to put its next-generation 7 Series on a huge diet, and its flagship sedan could weigh less than the current 5 Series when it debuts.
BMW has made its 4 Series official, shortly after photos of its new coupe leaked onto the Internet.
Like every car that BMW Motorsport creates, the BMW Motorsport tent is designed to be go fast, as fully constructing it should take just two minutes, about the time it takes to lap the Hockenheimring.
Photos of the new BMW 4 Series have just hit the web, revealing the German brand’s newest addition to its lineup hours before it is set to be officially unveiled.
According to BMW, about 100,000 people around the world have reserved a spot to test drive the i3 electric vehicle.
BMW has released an all-new M Power app for owners that uses the car’s sensors to provide accurate and informative feedback.
Crossovers are all about fuel efficiency and family functionality. They blend attributes of cars with traits of traditional SUVs to create vehicles that are neither fish nor fowl; they’re the undecided voter of the automotive world, essentially the state of Ohio. Is it going red? Will it be blue? One thing’s certain; it’ll never go…