We knew the new high-performance BMW M4 GTS lapped the Nurburgring in 7:28 recently, but we didn’t know who the driver was until now.
The goal is to both support existing electric vehicle (EV) owners and promote adoption of EVs nationwide.
Unfortunately for the German automaker, that's where it finds itself.
The all-new BMW M2 hasn’t even been unveiled publicly yet and it’s already the most talked about M vehicle.
When we drove the X4 xDrive 35i earlier this year, we were impressed with its 300hp and 300 lb ft of torque developed by the TwinPower turbocharged direct injection 3.0-liter six-cylinder.
The pictures and videos of the new 2016 BMW M2 Coupe have been seen since it was announced back in October, but it hasn’t made its official reveal until now.
BMW created a launch campaign for the M2 unlike anything in automotive history.
The new 2016 BMW 340i is an important vehicle in the BMW lineup and is the top global seller for the brand.
When BMW M2 owners finally get their hands on the new coupe, they could take their performance car drifting but they probably won’t.
The all-new 2016 BMW M2 is a car that will keep the Bavarian automaker firmly planted in first place in the luxury performance car segment.
Would you like to drive the all-new 2016 BMW M2 on the legendary Nurburgring North Loop? You can, but you’ll need to supply your’e own M2 Coupe.
There’s some drivers that shouldn't have a drivers license let alone drive a performance car like the BMW 3 Series.
It looks like BMW is thinking hard about building a Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class killer.