Early January is a time to look back, analyze, drop some resolutions and maybe even think of what’s to happen in the future.
Sounds like a general situation, doesn’t it? We could say it is, but it’s apparently happening at BMW too. The Bavarian brand looked back and it’s now going through a bit of a future moment.
Here’s a quick run down what they’re planning to do for the immediate future that is the North American International Auto Show.
Otherwise known as the Detroit Motor Show, the 2013 edition will be the place to see some really cool BMW models come about and a last reprise of an older one.
My favorite bimmer about to be released is the new 4 Series. Formerly known as the 3 Series coupe, it’s going to further differentiate itself within the brand.
Starting off where things were pretty impressive and making the cars look more like a Coupe than a two door sedan is something I’d always approve of.
Then there’s the M6 Gran Coupe, a car which genuinely needs no other introduction. I’m just going to ogle it for a while now.
On the level that is somewhat close to us, BMW does have something to showcase in Detroit which is something we might call affordable.
The Lifestyle edition version of the 1 Series Coupe and Convertible will be at the show alongside a facelifted version of the Z4.
I’d say the Bavarians rounded up just about everything their stable has to offer and the Americans have just no reason to be disappointed.