The custom motorcycle scene can often feel not very “custom,” with so many bikes looking like the same versions of one another. But every once in a while, we come across one that is so different or better, it stops us dead in our tracks. Such is the case with this Revival Cycles BMW Landspeeder.
Raph’s great story on the racing history of Ford and BMW M got me thinking about BMW’s art cars. This E21 by Roy Lichtenstein is my favorite. What’s yours?
BMW’s M division is one of the most successful and legendary names in in the car world, but it all started out with a Ford.
When it comes to the sixties, people usually refer to Volvo and Mercedes-Benz as the pioneers of car safety. But BMW wasn’t far behind.
Two huge wings for flying on the ground. One of the faster time trials cars from the National Auto Sport Association’s weekend at MSR-Houston.
With one of the most historic car cultures on earth, Germany is a hotbed for automotive goodness, and their museums are incredible. Here’s a look at four of them: Porsche, Audi, BMW and Mercedes.
The BMW X4 is basically an X3 without space in the back for human heads. What do you need to know before you buy a BMW X4? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
The BMW X3 is a spacious luxury CUV that you’ll actually drive without wanting to kill yourself. What do you need to know before you buy a BMW X3? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
Ski today, work tomorrow.
BMW is adding a Competition Package this year to the options list on the 2016 M3 sedan, M4 coupe and even the convertible. Don’t get too hung up on the word “Competition,” but it actually looks like a nice appearance package with a bonus 19 horsepower.
The BMW M2 reveal was fine. They told us their new 2011 1 Series M successor gets a 365 horsepower, 343 lb-ft turbo inline six and launches to 60 MPH in 4.2 seconds. They also told us other things about the car, but we could hardly understand, because, as all manufacturers know, we journalists only understand…
The normal, M-less BMW 2-series is a fantastic car to drive. I’ve driven one across the country, slept in one, and even peed in one. In all that, I never really wanted more power, but if your goals include things faster than sleeping or peeing, the M2 does it, and it’s now officially priced at $51,700.
What if you could have the promise of the Skully or the new BMW HUD helmet in a lid you already own? Here’s a company trying to do just that.
Screens! Gestures! Autonomy! More screens! If there was anything we learned from CES this year, it’s that the insides of cars are changing as fast as the cars themselves are.
[The live jaguar in the background of this still from 1997's James Bond flick Tomorrow Never Dies was an in-joke by the film production about the famed British spy driving a BMW instead of a British automaker—like Jaguar. There is a deleted scene featuring the cat in more detail.]
Car companies tell us the buttons on your dashboard are soon to be replaced with pinches and swipes. Some are already pushing even further with touch screens you don’t actually touch. Let’s look closer at some of this tech and see if it’s actually worth being wide-eyed over.
BMW released a new 310 R naked beginner bike at the EICMA show this past November. Now, determined not to be left out of the beginner sportbike market, it seems ze Germans have planned to launch a fully faired version too