There’s a growing sense in some quarters that car makers have got ‘niche fever’, and they’ve got it bad. In a bid to differentiate…
It was hardly a surprise to hear that Timo Glock will line up for BMW Motorsport in the DTM during 2013. As Status Grand…
Yesterday’s announcement by the Marussia F1 Team came as a shock to many, Timo Glock, former GP2 champion, the man who turned down a…
As will increasingly become the norm during 2013, brands are discovering ways of creating their own content which is watchable, sometimes entertaining and worthwhile. BMW’s review of 2012 is a case in point.
It’s the four-door coupé version of BMW’s M6, which will debut at the NAIAS Detroit Motor Show in January. Powered by the same 552bhp twin-turbocharged 4.4-litre V8 engine as the M6 Coupé, M6 Cabrio and M5 Saloon, BMW now offer a 5/6 Series-based M car in every format except a Touring version.
Since our update last weekend, negotiations have moved on a notch – most notably with news that Mahindra & Mahindra may have withdrawn from discussions, while several new players have entered the frame to acquire part or all of the Aston Martin shares owned by Kuwaiti company, Investment Dar.
Whether it’s a leak or an official reveal, pictures of BMW’s new 3 Series coupe are out in the open, marking the first time BMW has separated the 4-door and 2-door versions of its best-seller with a different model name.
We’ll wait until further details are available, but what you think?
The new third-generation Audi RS 6 demonstrates all that’s wrong with the latest RS 4 – a car which was launched less than six months ago. Like its smaller sibling the RS 6 comes as an Avant version only, they both come with a V8 TFSI engine, but that’s about where the similarities end.
Think of the Mercedes CLA as a smaller, cheaper Mercedes CLS – based on the new front-wheel drive A-Class platform and aimed at buyers of the Passat CC and BMW’s forthcoming 2 Series.
British Actor Damian Lewis (Homeland) will play the lead in a short feature film as part of the F-TYPE launch, called ‘Desire’. The film will be shot in the Chilean desert next month, then released in early 2013.
Although not quite equivalent to the rolled-up trouser leg or secret handshake of the Freemasons, BMW would like to cultivate a its own exclusive form of identification for the 6,309 members of the 1 Series M Coupé owners family.
The headline sounds downright depressing doesn’t it? The End is Nigh! BMW – staunch exponent of right-wheel drive cars – has finally sold out and conceded that the idealogy of its Ingolstadt rival is in fact.. correct. Please wake me from this nightmare.