In case anyone still doubted BMW’s commitment to electric vehicles, hear this: announced at the Plug-In 2014 conference in San Jose, the German premium automaker has partnered with Bosch to release
New owners of the BMW i3 with a range extender, called the REx, are reporting an interesting new trend.
While driving in a 2013 BMW X3 recently, the coolant level alarm appeared on our screen. It advised that the driver should immediately refill the coolant level.
The newest US electric car entry, the BMW i3, is beginning to give us some insight into the evolution of the greenest of green cars.
BMW i3 owners are a brave lot. Not only are they buying the first model year of a car, they are buying a car that is more advanced than pretty much any car in the world.
The 2015 Lexus IS 200t will have the company’s new 2.0 liter turbocharged engine. This new vehicle will match to a tee the specifications of BMW’s top-selling car, the 328i.
The woman in the photo is smiling because she just did three hot laps in a brand-new 2014 BMW 228i on an autocross course.
Electric vehicles have only been around in force since late 2010, and even then the Tesla Model S and BMW i3 were still far from realization.
The all-new electric i3 from BMW is thrilling new owners in the US as the launch continues successfully for the automaker.
The Chevrolet Volt and the BMW i3 REx are two electric vehicles that rely on gasoline backup to alleviate range anxiety.
Torque News has done our own poll of BMW i3 owners and those with cars on order in the US market.
Pounding around a closed course in a new sports car or sports sedan is something you can pay for at most race tracks in the US, but wouldn’t you rather do it for free?
Whether or not EV sales have lived up to expectations thus far depends on, well, your expectations.