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.
We reported here two months ago that the new sporty wagon would be making its way to U.S. shores next year.
If the electric car stereotype never changes, many think electric vehicle adoption will be slow. The stereotype?
The 2013 BMW X1 is offered in three basic trimlines – the rear wheel drive sDrive28i, the xDrive 28i and the xDrive 35i.
The 2013 BMW M5 has been described as being discreetly wicked. The new car is supposed to be a mid-size sports sedan but it might as well be an exotic sports car.
BMW is one of the automakers doing business in American (and around the world) who has remained positive with regard to offering a manual transmission across the majority of their model range.
It’s fair to say BMW is doing everything it can to surpass and overtake it’s local German competition when it comes to electric cars, EV.
If you are a fan of high-performance vehicles, it’s a good time to be alive.