BMW released the first official teaser with the new BMW 1 Series F20, a model with one origin but however two originals, as the new motto claims. As you can see, the teaser photo presents two covered vehicles, two models with different personalities, one artistic and one dynamic.
I’m really sorry that I have to bring some unpleasant news for the U.S. customers waiting for the German compact SUV to enter the North American market but the people from BMW stated that the debut date of the BMW X1 is not that close as they previously predicted.
Recently we talked about X1′s debut on the Canadian market which will take place this year and now we have some details on the U.S. entrance.
Following the previous commercial for the new BMW 5 Series F10, the Bavarians reveal a new video which is not quite a commercial but it’s pretty dynamic and interesting to be considered a promoting material.
Called “The Chase”, the three-minute video features a tuned BMW M3 E92 as well as a modified BMW RR. The main reason of this video is to prove which is the best on the track, the motorcycle or the four-wheel vehicle.
If you live between U.S. borders and the new BMW X1 is on your wishlist then you’d better skip this article. Leaving the joke aside, the Germans from BMW officially confirmed that X1 E84 will debut this year in Canada while there are no details about the U.S. debut of the smallest X model in range.
No doubt that the new BMW 5 Series F10 is one of the most popular sedans in the market and the new ad revealed these days highlights the fuel efficiency of the German model. Called “Refuel”, the new commercial directed by the Grey West advertising agency features of course the new 5 Series but also a Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker.
There is no doubt that a new model bearing the Z badge will make its entrance in BMW’s range in the coming years, more exactly, a little brother for the current Z4 is scheduled to make its debut, somewhere in 2014 as the Germans from Auto Bild claim.
According to the same source, the new BMW Z2 will get a starting price of around €30,000 and is not designed to get the exact look of the current Z4 but smaller dimensions. In fact, they say that the new German roadster will be quite different compared to the current Z range in order to bring a fresh air and boost the sales.
Undoubtely, Sweden is the favourite place for all the big car manufacturers to test their models in extreme conditions. If few months ago BMW released a raw footage with the same M5 F10 prototype in the same frozen lands, today, the British journalists from EVO released a video where Chris Harris was having a good time behind the steering wheel of the new M model from BMW.
The video has been shot in Arjeplog, Sweden, and features a pre-production version of the new M5, most probably a similar version to the one revealed at Shanghai but however wearing a camouflage layer.
The M-Power division of the Bavarians from BMW recently released a video promoting the BMW M5 Concept earlier revealed at the Shanghai Auto Show. The M5 Concept is not the production-ready version of the upcoming BMW M5 F10 as there are still some modifications to be made but largely the concept revealed in China reflects the appearance of the next-generation M5.
The new BMW M5 F10 is scheduled to enter the production later this year while in about one month, the Germans will officially unveil the series version of the new M5, a model based on the current 5 Series F10 generation. Few people had the opportunity to see the M5 Concept before the unveiling event in Shanghai and their opinions are included in the following video.
The BMW Vision EfficientDynamics concept, a very good looking car indeed, will be the main four-wheel celebrity in the upcoming Mission Impossible 4 film. Alongside the Bavarian concept, or better known the BMW i8, another new model bearing BMW’s badge will feature the new film, we talk about the 2012 BMW 6-Series Convertible.
The German people from Sport Auto decided to test the new BMW 1 Series M Coupe alongside few other models somewhere in Germany, at the Hockenheim track to be more exactly. The journalists tested a bunch of new vehicles from three big German manufacturers: BMW, Audi and Porsche.
They also did a comparison between the BMW E92 M3 ZCP DCT and the smallest M model in the range, of course, the new 1 Series M Coupe. I don’t know if you will believe but the new BMW 1 Series M Coupe actually managed to get a better time on the Hockenheim circuit.