A businessman from Italy named Hadi Pourmohseni was so disappointed with the quality of his leased 2008 BMW M6 and with the dealer’s service that he decided to ruin the car with a sledgehammer and axe outside the Frankfurt Motor Show. That was in 2013. On Tuesday (over four years later) Pourmohseni set a 7 Series on…
The German Tesla owner who sacrificed the rear bumper of his Model S to bring an unconscious man’s runaway car to a halt will get free, expedited repairs thanks to the kindness and generosity of Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk. And probably also his P.R. team.
Near Munich, Germany, a man in a Tesla Model S saw a Volkswagen Passat swerving erratically on the Autobahn, slamming against a guardrail multiple times. When he noticed that the person behind the wheel was unconscious, the Tesla driver sprang into action.
Lufthansa has charged a crafty traveler 1,980 Euros for abusing the privileges of a business class fare, by eating for free at the lounge in Munich airport, then leaving and rebooking his flight for another day. The man did this thirty-five times.
If you are in Munich, make sure to go to the BMW Museum. They just opened their first ever Rolls-Royce Motor Cars exhibition entitled ‘Strive for Perfection’, which celebrates the tenth year of the marque under BMW's wings, and the 150th anniversary of the birth of Sir Henry Royce.
It happens to the best of us: You meet up with friends for a night of drinking, and at the end, you're too drunk to drive home.
There are few concepts more prone to disaster than an exotic car test drive. Combine a salesman staring down a large payday with a driver determined to push the limits of an powerful unfamiliar car and things like the fiery crash you see here are bound to happen.
Ferraris and alcohol don't mix. Neither do Ferraris and tramways. But all three came together in Munich during the wee hours this past Sunday morning. Authorities said that the driver, whose blood alcohol level was found to be 0.086%, was driving too fast when he smashed through a metal barrier onto a tramway running…
The massive and expensive BMW Gran Coupe is about to hit the streets and this red Werkstestwagen (test vehicle) is already soaking up the early spring sun, spotted by a reader in Munich. In a perfect world, it would come with its own little stretch of Autobahn to stretch its legs on.
The modern assembly process involves a symphony of robotics, a waltz of forklifts, and a few colorful somersaults into pools of acid. Watch this video beautifully capture in time-lapse style, the soup-to-nuts build of a BMW 3-series at the company's Munich plant.
The Speed:Sport:Life European Vacation wasn't as exciting as the Griswold's journey — not even the PG-13 cable version — but they did stop by the BMW Museum in Munich and took many, many photos.
Yep, that's a 911 GT3 RS, complete with factory-installed roll bar, a wailing flat six, a ten-year-old driver drifting it like a champ, and... wait, what?!?
Last year, sales of BMW's midsize sedan hit 5.5 million. The outgoing 5er, known as the E60, represented the car's fifth generation. I have at least five personal stories to tell about the 5-series. Coincidence? I think not!
"And so I said to the press, I said, 'I like the BMW 5-Series, and I think that, in this Swiss land, we should move away from all this 'neutrality' nonsense. I have an opinion! Here it is!"
Though it isn't set to be revealed to the motoring press until tomorrow, we have this exclusive video of a new concept car from Bayerische Motoren Werke AG. It's called the GINA Light Visionary Model, and it's being transported to the BMW Museum in Munich. You can just see the edges of the new concept in the footage,…
BMW thought it would be a good idea to bring out the new Sauber F1 car for a bit of fun at the BMW plant in Munich. Why not halt ze making of ze Bimmers for a few minutes and give the 5,000 or so workers a little entertainment? Well, we can think of a reason. BMW's driver Nick Heidfeld zooms down the strasse and does…