The new Germany and the New BMW i3:

Test Drive

It’s supposed to be Americans who are constantly reinventing themselves. But, in fact, it is Germany that currently serves as a good example of progress. In many ways Germany is playing the role of good guy lately. They’re propping up the European economy, holding the EU together with their commitment to a unified continent, and they’re doing their part and more in terms of global climate change.   The human population of the planet is simply dumping way too much CO2 into the atmosphere, warming the planet, which could lead to cataclysmic climate change in the mid...

2014 BMW 2-series Debuts :

Same Rear-Drive Game, New Even-Numbered Name

Considering BMW’s newfound commitment to the wonders of electrification—witness the new compact i3—you may need some assurance that the brand’s core values remain intact. While we have yet to drive on...

BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe

Debuting in June 2014

Debuting at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, the new BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe will launch in June 2014.   As a competitor to the Audi A5 Sportback, the F36 4 Series Gran Coupe will be available in the 420i, 420d, 428i a...

North American Car of the Year Short List

2014 BMW X5 and 4 Series Coupe

The 2014 North American Car of the Year shortlist has just been announced and the new 2014 BMW 4 Series Coupe and BMW X5 have both been selected as top 12 of each of it's own category for this year's choice. The All-New B...

Carbon Future

Lighter, Stronger, Efficient.

Exploring the focus towards carbon in all of its applications within BMW and on the global stage.   Carbon. The 6th most abundant element in our galaxy. More and more we hear about its uses and innovative applic...

The BMW M4 Concept

The Legendary M Returns.

Pebble Beach/Munich. On 15 August, surrounded by both current and historic BMW models, BMW M tonight offered a first outlook on a high-performance sports car of tomorrow – the BMW Concept M4 Coupe. The car was unveil...

BMW Munchen Factory Tour

A Closer Look.

The BMW factory tour in Munich is a must see for any BMW enthusiast. It’s 2 hrs, 20 minutes of pure BMW gear head heaven. I went on the 4PM tour and was initially worried that the BMW factory line might end for the day...