It's a little advertising-ey, but this BMW Christmastime ad is kind of charming.
Today, the Mini Paceman John Cooper Works that is supposed to be unveiled in Detroit leaked. For those of you that need explanation, the Paceman is the coupe version of the Countryman, Mini's largest car. The John Cooper Works is the fastest version of that car.
As you all know, it's 12/12/12 today. For a brief moment, it will also be 12/12/12 12:12:12,12. While this is undoubtedly all very exciting, instead of waiting for the apocalypse, let's talk about V12s instead! That is the right thing to do!
The four-door M6 is something BMW would have kept a secret until next year, but as usual, the pictures were leaked. So here it is: your 560 hp four-door gran turismo filled with all the power and luxury you will ever need.
While it seems like BMW is struggling a bit with its polar bear saving "i" sub-brand, it is worth knowing that they started experimenting with electric power around the same time Subaru introduced it's first all-wheel drive car.
We have seen some amazingly terrible parking attempts in our time, so trust us when we say this one is certainly among the greats. Watch as this lady bashes, knocks, and crunches her BMW Z4 while miserably failing to execute the simplest parking maneuver possible.
Welcome to Used Car Face Off, where we find two similar or similarly priced used cars and ask you which one you would buy. Choose wisely!
The current M3 is great for turning into a racecar, but also very good at being the ultimate poser machine. The new DTM Champion Edition is cool though, because it was made to celebrate a racecar, and the brand's success in October, when the Canadian Bruno Spengler won the German Touring Car Championship for the…
BMW is known for its well-named styling trademarks. The Hofmeister Kink. The Kidney Grill. Now BMW is sticking a little fender vent on its new cars. What name should it get?
Here it is! The BMW 4 Series Coupe. Think of it as a more affordable version of the 6 Series. While officially still a Concept, we all know that is just a funny codename BMW is using for their production ready new models.
The BMW E36 is right in the sweet spot of affordable, prestigious performance cars. It is an Internet-beloved, desirable, track-able machine. It is also a finicky bitch.
When a tractor trailer blew up in his town, Dj Buttchug, of a href="http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=271400">r3vlimited forum fame, wrote it off as another meth lab explosion. But a month later he noticed there was something different about that particular supposed meth lab: Its flames had torched a…
On the surface of it, the BMW i3 Coupe Concept seems pretty vanilla. It's another electric car for cities around the world.
BMW's "i" subbrand is their vision for the development of an urban future. Thus far they have unveiled two concepts in the brand: The i3 city car and the i8 hybrid supercar.
A few days ago this article about the "European Space Agency working on using rocket fuel in cars" was brought to my attention, and I'll admit it made me a little excited. Perhaps not exactly visibly, but close. Upon reading the article, however, I was disappointed. I'll explain why, and also try to help you, curious…
Whenever you see a large, German sedan, chances are that you'll see it in one of three colors: Black, White, or Silver and, sometimes, brown. It makes them stealthy and blend in, but it's also sooooooo boring.
Parking isn't all that hard. By using the steering wheel, you can deftly place a car between the two painted lines on the pavement, leaving adequate room on each side for other people to park.
Germans are fairly keyed-in to American politics, but their car industry has made some curious donations to the presidential race. Did you know Mercedes-Benz is supporting Ron Paul this year?