Alpina stripe all the things!
I tried drawing rough renditions of some cars off the top of my head in this internet image generator based on 2,000 images of cats and accidentally opened a portal straight into nightmarish hell.
To be fair to BMW, California doesn’t usually get this much rain. Audi’s social media team isn’t here to play fair though.
The BMW 3 Series wagon is one of the best European cars you can buy for a somewhat reasonable MSRP. Now that last part is important, because I don’t know what this dealership was smoking when it decided to order this wagon and sell it for this price.
Admit it: you’ve done this at least once. Curiosity on Craigslist has led you to search for one of the internet’s most loved—some would say overhyped—used cars, the E30 BMW 3 Series from the 1980s and early ‘90s. And then you found a truly beautiful one. And then you saw that one letter at the end of its numerical…
When it comes to all-wheel-drive traction in German luxury cars, Audi’s legendary Quattro system has been proven itself by dominating rally circuits. Meanwhile, BMW’s xDrive has become a worthy challenger and a very popular option. But which system is better?
Oh, hey, look: it’s the BMW M2. You’re aware of this car, yes? A rear-drive, two-door and 365-horsepower sporty thing for tracky stuff. You get nice creature comforts inside, but BMW is now pulling a Porsche and taking them away and then selling that simplified version of the car to you for more money.
Look, we’re all wondering what the 2018 Toyota Supra will look like, scrutinizing the pictures of the camouflaged test mules and commissioning renderings with money from a paper route we took just for this purpose. Sometimes this eagerness makes us do foolish things. Things like our friends at Motor1…
Sometimes we find ourselves spending weeks or months or even years searching Craigslist for the perfect car. And other times, we aren’t looking to buy, but decide to pull the trigger when the right car with the right price—and most importantly, the right balance in our bank accounts—comes along. We’re talking about…
Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, a Formula One Grand Prix track in Mexico City, was the site of a nice track day for a bunch of BMW drivers—until someone’s brakes decided to go out. That’s when the “nice track day” became not so nice.
Back in 2010, BMW decided that what made the most sense for its production-based racing program was to run its sporty Z4 roadster.
BMWs are not known best as rally cars. Honestly, BMWs are probably best known as suburban commuter cars at this point. Regardless, here’s a rally BMW to remind you what a BMW ought to sound like.
I don’t know how many times I’ve had to listen to people explain that they need an all-wheel drive SUV because they live someplace where it snows in the winter. This rear-drive BMW 650i rally car laughs at those pansy-ass trucks.
The all-new 2017 BMW 5 Series sedan debuted a couple of months ago to remind everyone that Clive Owen isn’t in enough movies anymore, and now here’s the wagon, or “Touring” variant. But you can only get it in Europe. And you apparently have to scuba dive. Sorry.
Back in the 1990s, quite possibly the best road car engine ever made was installed in quite possibly the best road car ever made: the S70/2 BMW V12 found its way into the middle of the McLaren F1. Now the two companies are back together working on engines for the future.
I love driving—and occasionally fixing—my 32-year-old BMW. The various flaws and quirks it has picked up over the decades are part of its charm, its character. But like any old car owner I often wonder what it was like when it was brand new, shining and pristine. One Jalopnik reader just found out by buying a 2006 BMW…
Some disagreement arose in the Jalopnik Slack channel today regarding the looks of the BMW E60 5 Series. For the record, I really like the E60 generation. I find the styling elegant and timeless. Others don’t share my (correct) views.
What is shiny and brown and fit for the crown? Why, this shiny and brown BMW Alpina B7 to take into town.
This is Luke Fink’s BMW E46 drift car. In this BMW E46, there is a BMW S85 V10. It sounds like a dentist drill big enough to put a hole in a building.
Why the hell isn’t the new Toyota Supra/BMW Z5 out yet? I feel like these camo’d mules have been around so long now they’re old enough to buy their own cigarettes. Anyway, the car really is real, for real, and here’s the BMW version (presumably) playing on a frozen lake.