Major automotive manufacturers are devoting billions of dollars to EV development, and some are making big promises for our electric car future.
This past week has been an enormous week in the electric car world. General Motors announced plans for an "all-electric future" by introducing at least 20 new all-electric models by 2023. Carlos
BMW's M550i xDrive is the M car that's not a M car
On the mountain roads in rural Oregon, TFL's Roman Mica discovered that the new M550i has the guts to be a super sports sedan.
Here's why this 550i deserves an M badge:
A 4.4-liter twin turbo V8 that pumps out
Here in the Rocky Mountains, it is super common to spot prototype vehicles testing for high elevation performance. However, we do get a fair amount of spy photos from our fans and viewers all over the place. This week, our friend David L. sent us some photos from South Carolina
The all-new, full-size 2019 BMW X7 is almost here.
Meet Munich's new SUV kingpin - the 2019 BMW X7. Those of you keen on BMW's nomenclature have likely deduced that this leviathan will sit a league above the perennial X5. Yesterday, BMW teased a bird's eye photo of the new range-topper on their
A few months ago we had the highly praised BMW M2 on our test track. Paul, our expert racing driver and former US Top Gear Stig, was infatuated with the little German Sport Coupe. He even went so far as to call it one of his favorite cars he's had
Contrary to popular belief, the 5-Series was the first numbered BMW Series – not the 1 or 3-Series. The 2017 BMW 5-Series lineup of sporty performance sedans launches the seventh generation of the iconic 5-Series vehicles and is code-named G30, replacing the earlier F10 code designation. Though launched in Europe
Hot or Not, The souped-up Ford Fusion Sport
In this episode, TFL's test driver, Paul Gerrard, takes Ford Fusion Sport with performance summer tires and a BMW 340i xDrive with all-season tires to TFL's mile-high test track to see which sport sedan wins. On paper, the two cars appear evenly matched. Check out
The 2018 BMW 530e costs just $1,200 more ($52,400 base MSRP, $54,700 for xDrive) than its non-hybrid brother ($51,200 base price). The EPA says you should be able to get 67 MPGe, an improvement of over 30 MPG from the gasoline only model. So, Andre and I took the car