Whatever your speed—you’ll find what you need.
Bayerische Motoren Werke AG—better known today as the BMW Group—marked its 100th anniversary on March 7th in Munich this year.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Of the new generation of automotive designers, one man stands out—not just for his success rate in designing a sequence of very desirable cars, but also for his sheer humility. That man is Karim Habib.
As a result of the Art Car series, BMW has had a role in some of the most beautiful cars ever seen on the race track. There are more to come.
Anyone who cares about design cares about all the things around them: what looks the best, works the best, and says the most about them. Whether purchased with a purposeful eye to make a statement or purchased without a conscious knowledge of why, the type of car one drives says a lot about personality.
Held on the small but twisty road course at Mission Raceway, the annual M Power Tour offers a stress-free half-day of fun behind the wheel of BMW’s most high-performance and track-focused models.
In a world full of gas-electric hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and fully electric luxury cars, even the most extensively refined internal combustion engines cannot match the smooth and silent push from an electric motor.
Nothing symbolizes next-generation, consumer-ready cars as clearly as those that run electric. BMW, which celebrates its centenary next year, is at the forefront of a movement that has these cars quickly rolling out of factories and showing up, plugged in, to a garage near you.
There was a time, not so long ago, that the term “sport compact” caused enthusiasts to think almost exclusively about the kind of cars from The Fast and the Furious franchise. But the sport compact segment has matured, grown more sophisticated, and become more technologically advanced.