2012 BMW 335i Sedan Test

Car and Driver reviews the Flagship

If you’re like us, you’ve bored holes through pictures of the new 3-series sedan trying to discern the styling changes versus the outgoing model. Yes, there are some. A new face features headlights that puddle in toward the chrome-wrapped kidneys and a broad, blunt-faced front bumper that creates a sort of grimacing overbite into the lower grille. Move around to the sides and tail, and it all looks very familiar, even though the new car is 1.9 inches longer in wheelbase and 3.7 inches longer overall, which gives it more of a sleek, sprinter-on-blocks profile. But what&rsqu...

Car and Driver on the new M6

Meet the third-generation M6.

After a brief sabbatical, BMW’s M6 coupe and convertible are back and prepped to reassume their duties as BMW’s two-door M5 alternatives. The M5 and M6 share most of their underpinnings, with the latter deliver...

Cnet on the new M6

A push for tech, speed and economy

That fuel economy number comes from the European Combined Test Cycle, and will probably be somewhat less under the U.S. EPA test. But those numbers illustrate what technology can do for a sport car, especially considering...

Top Gear on the new BMW M6

Welcoming the new M6 Coupe and Convertible

If M was a soup, BMW has ladled every last drop into this, apparently. Assembled ladies and gentlemen, meet the all-new BMW M6.   It has been given, says BMW, a "generous dose of M feeling", by which of course, i...

BMW i8 Loses Glass Doors.

Will you still love it?

Although this pre-production i8 tracks the concept version's styling generally, as expected, there are some significant changes from the i8 concept model. The front fascia has lost a bit of its shark nose front slant with...

The Birth of Bimmer

Classic Cars: BMW Dixi 3/15

More than eight decades ago, BMW dipped its throttle foot into the car business for the first time to build a diminutive British econo-car, the brilliantly simple Austin Seven, and calling it the Dixi.   And wit...

BMW shows hands-free driving on Autobahn

ConnectedDrive Connect System moving forward

(PhysOrg.com) -- Move over, Google, or better still, stay off the Autobahn, best not to interfere with the main show, which now stars BMW and its technology feats with self-driving cars. BMW has been drawing press inte...