Right now, BMW isn’t considered as a struggling car maker, rather quite the opposite, as its sales seem to hit new bests every month. This is exactly why we have to wonder why would they consider dropping a part of its Germany workers. According to a report, the premium car [...]
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The Bavarians from BMW revealed a long list of details and features of the sixth generation 3 Series and of course, we focused more on the main information such as the appearance, engine range and fuel consumption. Today we can talk more about the other part of specifications, such as [...]
Here is some bad news for the fans of the smallest and most affordable M model in BMW’s portfolio. According to Matt Russell, the M brand manager from America, the Germans will end the production of the current 1 Series M Coupe in December this year. Even we knew that [...]
The future is of automobiles looking greener and greener because of the efforts made by the industry leaders to improve their cars and BMW makes no exception. Even more, the manufacturer is planning to increase its workforce in the green segment so that it can fulfill the demands for such [...]
The People’s Republic of China is getting more and more attention from car manufacturers from all over the world because of the rapid pace the car market there grows and BMW has big plans for the country: it wants to become the leader of the luxury car segment there and [...]
Great victories require lots of smaller ones, at least this is beginning to be the thought process of BMW when it comes to it’s strategy in the future. Because of the world’s trends and evolving markets, especially in China, BMW tries to plan ahead of it’s main rivals Lexus and [...]
Fans of the BMW 1 Series will be excited to find out that BMW will be launching the next generation of the 1 Series at the Frankfurt Motor Show hosted in September next year. Because that the present BMW 1 Series has been on the market for quite a long [...]
Looks like the scare that BMW involuntarily gave us because of the worker’s strike in South Africa is finally over since the car makers have reached an agreement with the Numsa union, as to pay a 10 percent rise to the worker’s salaries.