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2015 BMW 2 Series Convertible unveiled – 4 engines available

BMW has yanked the wraps off their latest convertible, which starts out at just a tick over $38K; over here in the US, we probably will not be getting the diesel, but it seems that a manual transmission is standard equipment for these cars, which will come in the existing 2 series variants: the 220i, […]

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Report: BMW is already planning big things, including six new FWD models

BMW is going the way of the sacrilege as it seeks to beef up its front-wheel drive offerings. According to AutoExpress in the UK, BMW is set to reveal up to six new front-wheel driven models by the end of 2017. Several of those include the already existing 2-Series Active Tourer, a future seven-seat model for […]

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Report: Toyota could sell their own version of the BMW 1-Series

Toyota isn’t unfamiliar to the badgineering crowd…they have Lexus to boot. Though, Toyota is rumored to possible offer their own version of the next-generation BMW 1-Series, closing the ties even more between their collaborative efforts in the future. Word comes from Best Car Magazine and rumors point to a codename of 69DZ and is expected […]

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Report: Another rumor points to BMW turbo four and supercapacitors for new Supra revival

Another rumor is out from Motoring.com, who claims that the new Toyota Supra successor is set to be revealed in the next few years. BMW and Toyota’s collaboration isn’t news, but everyone seems to be shooting speculation out of their arses, left and right, and this latest development is not much different. For this report, BMW […]

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Report: BMW is US’s largest automobile exporter in the industry

Bloomberg recently compiled some statistics and in those statistics, they found that BMW is the largest exporter of automobiles in the United States. Observing the Roundel’s South Carolina assembly plant’s 20th anniversary, BMW was found to shift more cars than all of Michigan’s Big Three combined. BMW’s Spartanburg, South Carolina factory opened up in 1994, […]

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Report: BMW working on i9 to celebrate company’s centenary

BMW has been known to be working on something special for the 2016 model year, which represents the automaker’s first 100-years in existence. Rumors were posted in the past about a successor to the legendary M1 supercar from the 1970s, the only mid-engined car ever built by Munich’s finest (Rumor One, Two, Three, and Four). All […]

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Report: BMW predicts 75 percent of 2-Series Active Tourer buyers will be first-time BMW customers

AutomotiveNews Europe recently sat down with BMW’s product management chief, Frank Niederlaender, who said that around 75 percent of 2-Series Active Tourer owners will be first-time BMW buyers. This doesn’t really seem surprising, especially if you consider that the 2-Series Active Tourer is one of the first BMWs to truly cater to the boring-riffic portion […]

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Video: Drag race version BMW X5 M50d vs. Range Rover Sport–who will win?

The BMW X5 M50d is one of those models that we wish we got here in the states–what’s not cool about a super-luxo crossover with a potent diesel that returns a commendable 35.1 mpg? But the BMW X5 isn’t alone in its game as there exists the Range Rover Sport. And in this latest video, the […]

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Report: BMW to change model nomenclature again

BMW has been doing things all wrong with their nomenclature, causing fans and enthusiasts alike to revolt. There once was a time in history where BMW’s model names coincided with engine displacement and thus, trim model as a logical way of deciphering which model one had. So, for those who aren’t familiar, 20 years ago, […]

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Report: BMW-Toyota collaboration to produce something by 2017, a new Supra and Z4

Rumors, oh we love rumors–because it makes us think about how likely or unlikely they are. Though this one isn’t exactly out of someone’s ass, but neither has it led to something truly concrete, except for a general direction. This latest one involves the next supposed follow up to the BMW-Toyota sports car collaboration, which Nikkei […]

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