BMW announced tonight that the new BMW M3 sedan and the M4 coupe will not use a V8 engine. Rather, the new BMW M3 and M4 will return to using an in-line six cylinder engine.
BMW sure does have a lot of automakers gunning for its share of the compact/mid-size sports sedan market.
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BMW's first production all electric car, the BMW i3, came a step closer to reality yesterday when the company began "serial production" ahead of first deliveries to customers in Europe starting in
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First off, insider information suggests that the 2014 BMW M4 will make its production debut in Detroit’s Cobo Hall at the 2014 North American International Auto Show.
BMW is poised to take the lead in the full size crossover hybrid marketplace with its new plug-in hybrid X5 eDrive.
The BMW i3 won't even be on the market for a year, and it's already won an award.
These first leaked images of the new BMW M4 Concept headed to Monterey don’t come with any specifications so we don’t know what will be found under the hood but this new 2-door BMW certainly looks
BMW has announced that it will begin to supply M specification parts to the just released 4 Series.
Following last weeks introduction of the BMW i3, that company's first all electric car, BMW unveiled today information on the long-awaited BMW i8, a plug-in hybrid sports car.
According to the government fuel economy website, the 2014 BMW 328d rear wheel drive sedan will offer 32 miles per gallon around town, 37 combined and a whopping 45 miles per gallon on the highway.
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Today, BMW announced details of their first all electric production electric car, the BMW i3.
We learned last week that the new BMW i3 EV would hit US shores next year with a price starting at $41,350 but via the big global unveiling, we have a full complement of details on the first ever e