“Take it down before I get in trouble,” 23-year-old Darran Anderson reportedly commented on a video of him in his BMW cutting through traffic on New York’s Long Island Expressway. That didn’t really work out for him.
BMW turned 100 this year, and to celebrate, the company has cooked up some concept cars from the stable of all the brands it owns, many of which are not actually named “BMW.” We’ve already seen the BMW Vision Next 100 Concept, but now there’s a Mini concept, and it makes the future of car-sharing seem awesome.
When we’re talking Isle Of Man motorcycling, we throw words around like “fastest,” “scariest.” “Deadliest.” 120 miles per hour through country lanes? You imagine it to be insane, of course. But there’s never been a better way to witness it for yourself than through this 360º race-pace ride footage.
I think the LAPD bought 100 electric toaster ovens today.
The BMW 2 Series is pretty much perfect, except for those of us who need to get children get in and out of the back seats. BMW reportedly will solve that problem with the upcoming 2 Series Gran Coupe. And yes, there supposedly will be an M version too!
BMW has been busy collecting 8-Series vehicle monikers with trademark applications including the “M8" title, with a “BMW insider” spilling to Auto Express plans for a luxury GT car to take on the new Mercedes S-Class Coupe.
Hot off the wheels of the BMW 2002 Hommage today, the automaker’s Motorrad brand (its cooler half) is also remembering something else that was great from the last century with the 1930's-styled R 5 Hommage.
Were you attached to the BMW 228i and M235i? If so, I’m about to shake up your fragile grip on reality. The agile and ridiculously fun 2 Series is about to get a name change in line with the updated 3 Series.
A lot of car buyers, especially the folks that lease luxury cars, don’t have a clue about some basic aspects of their vehicle. This ad from BMW is just one illustration of a much larger issue—the #brands don’t want you to be involved anymore.
Yes, that mysterious BMW-Toyota sports car joint production is still happening. Now we know who might be building it.
Everyone knows that the Germans make some serious performance cars. But what happens when the European division of an American car company sets up shop on Bavarian turf to produce what may be the greatest hot hatch ever? Can it stand up to BMW’s best?
The 2017 BMW i3 will be available with a new 33 kWh battery, increasing the car’s max pure-electric range to 114 miles. That’s a 50 percent battery bump translating to an extra 33 miles of drivable distance.
A facelifted and subtly tweaked BMW i8 coupe is reportedly set to go on sale late next year. If you’re a movie studio hoping to remake Back To The Future, start planning now.
While most people in the US are wondering if the 2016 presidential election is actually just a big hoax, some insane reality show put on by Trump, I’m thinking: “hmm…maybe I should’ve bought the E60 M5 instead of the IS-F?” Buyer’s remorse, was it?
Will Rio de Janeiro be ready for Team USA with the countdown showing just 100 days to go today? Probably not! But what is sure is that the U.S. Paralympics Track and Field Team will be fast there no matter what, thanks partly to BMW’s carbon fiber know-how creating one hell of a badass wheelchair.
M5 Touring? Yeah, M5 Touring.