BMW is proud to announce the quickest and most powerful production BMW car ever, the 2022 M5 CS Sedan. Available only for the 2022 model year, the new limited production super sedan builds on the immensely capable M5, itself recently updated for model year 2021, by delivering more power, greater performance, lighter weight and exclusive interior appointments making the new M5 CS truly a one-of-a-kind vehicle in its class.
Woodcliff Lake, NJ – November 11, 2020… A vision is turning into reality, as the BMW Vision iNEXT becomes the BMW iX. With time still to go before its expected U.S. market launch in the early 2022 and with the series development phase ongoing, BMW is providing a first look ahead at the future BMW iX. With its completely newly developed design, the BMW iX is the first representative of a generation of cars poised to redefine the driving experience, the feeling of space inside and the relationship between vehicles and those on board.
BMW is proud to unveil the brand new M3 Sedan and M4 Coupe. Thirty-five years after the launch of the very first M -- the legendary E30 M3 -- and 33 years after its arrival on U.S. shores, the 6th generation of M3 and 2nd generation M4 deliver uncompromised street and track capabilities for which the model line has become well-known.
Today, BMW announces a very limited edition X7 for those seeking a darker and more mysterious side to their 7-passenger Sports Activity Vehicle. The 2021 X7 Dark Shadow Edition will be built at Plant Spartanburg (SC), BMW Group’s largest global production plant, starting this August for worldwide markets and in Q4 for the U.S. 600 vehicles will be built for customers around the world with approximately 75 units reserved for the U.S.
Today, BMW proudly launches the 2nd generation plug-in hybrid X5 Sports Activity Vehicle, the newest addition to the U.S. X5 lineup. The U.S. X5 xDrive45e The U.S. X5 xDrive45e arrives with a SULEV Super ultra-low emissions vehicle rating which can bring additional benefits in states which offer special consideration to drivers of electrified vehicles, such as high occupancy lane access stickers.
Today, BMW is proud to present the all-new, second generation 4 Series Coupe, which first launched in 2014. The vehicle’s design and engineering teams wanted to deliver the ultimate driving experience in a beautiful and low-slung package that ensures the 2021 4 Series Coupe stays at the top of its segment.
Today, BMW is proud to announce the updated, 2021 7th generation 5 Series Sedan. With improvements in exterior and interior design, aerodynamics and technology, plus the introduction of a new 48-volt mild hybrid system, this generation of 5 Series continues to deliver cutting-edge technology and performance into the sixth decade of 5 Series production.
The BMW Concept i4 takes electric drive to the core of the BMW brand and heralds a new era in Sheer Driving Pleasure. It represents a look ahead to the BMW i4, slated to enter production in 2021 as the BMW Group’s first all-electric model in the premium midsize class.
The 2020 BMW M340i xDrive is a marvelously fun and fast vehicle. It’s also comfortable, and if you’re willing to fork over the cash, there is a lot of cool available technology. But with upstarts like the Genesis G70 on the market, is BMW still worth the price of entry?
BMW's model lineup is the most expansive it has ever been. We recently spent a week with the X7 xDrive50i to get a Christmas tree. While it accomplished that task effortlessly, the X7 also proved itself a comfortable partner for extended drives. However, is that enough to wear the crown of the Ultimate Driving Machine? Click the link for our full review of this BMW behemoth.