With all the talk these days about self-driving cars and diesel emission scandals, it’s easy to forget that we live in the golden age of performance. An average mid-size sedan can drop a 6 second 0-60 time, and almost supercar levels of speed are now attainable for well under $100k.
On the launch pad today is the second-generation F86 BMW X6 M dressed in Melbourne red metallic paint. German brawn comes from a 4.4-liter M TwinPower turbocharged V8 said to be the most powerful engine developed for the company's all-wheel drive models. Hot or not? You decide after watching the
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The idea that a large luxury SUV can be environmentally responsible is definitely counter-intuitive, if not a genuine head-scratcher. I can remember hearing an especially green-minded friend spit out the phrase “Earth killer!” to a passing Range Rover not too long ago, which is probably what
BMW introduced the 2016 BMW M2 -- a worthy successor to the limited-edition 1 Series M Coupe.
Under the hood of is a new 3.0-liter TwinPower turbocharged 6-cylinder that produces 365 horsepower and 343 lb-ft of torque according to the official specs by BMW. Factor the use of overboost and the
Nemesis for the BMW 7 Series has long been the Mercedes-Benz S-Class. Until recently, the 7 Series was slipping behind its competitors, including the S-Class and Audi A8. For 2016, BMW engineers have developed an all-new design that covers everything -- inside and out. Now the BMW flagship sedan is
I currently have a 1972 BMW 2002 that I have owned for more than 20 years, and love it even though it’s not a Tii model. The introduction of the 2002 launched the concept of a sub-compact yet powerful, rear-wheel drive sports coupe engineered and built with German precision. So,
The BMW 7 Series is a tour de force of technology, luxury, and German car performance. For those who crave more -- more fancy gadgets, more comfort, and more speed -- be ready to pay more money. BMW has teamed up with German tuner, Alpina, to create the BMW Alpina
All the major automakers are working creating more fuel-efficient versions of their stable of cars, trucks, and SUVs. BMW's plan is to create hybrid drivetrains for every model it sells. The latest is the X5 xDrive40e plug-in hybrid, which gets an estimated 24 mpg overall -- 3 mpg better than