Some car makers, like BMW, are looking at the future of crowded urban centers with tight parking restrictions, and are looking at repositioning themselves as "mobility service providers." That is,
Cameron Wateman, as we shall refer to him for this report, is not your average Joe, but he may represent the average buyer of the 2011 BMW M3 convertible he picked up in Munich last year.
BMW will make its presence well known this week at the 2012 Pebble Beach Concours in California along with every major brand in the industry.
After all, if you tune a gasoline engine car, why not an electric car, EV or plug-in hybrid, PHEV? This is another market segment I’ve been looking forward to a long time.
BMW, as the Official Mobility Partner of the United States Olympic Committee, just announced the delivery of the second vehicle-to-athlete technology transfer project, a unique motion tracking syst
BMW Spends On Coulomb Technologies. BMW is investing in Coulomb Technologies for an undisclosed amount.
In the dark and distant past, that’s exactly what a stenographer did for busy executives.
The all-new BMW ActiveHybrid 3 brings cutting-edge hybrid technology to the quintessential sport sedan for a new take on The Ultimate Driving Machine.