BMW is taking the Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV) even further into the realms of luxury cars with the introduction of the new, third-generation X5.
The BMW Saloon and Touring are now available with a new 518d engine which minimises buying and operating costs, and will be of particular appeal to UK business drivers.
BMW and Pininfarina are two of the most tradition-swathed names in the motoring world.
BMW UK today revealed its network of dealers that will supply and support BMW i, the company’s revolutionary new sub-brand featuring electric drive systems and premium mobility services.
A comprehensive package of improvements and additions to BMW’s class-leading 5 Series range headlines a wide-ranging programme of product enhancements.
As Plant Oxford, or Cowley as it was traditionally known, celebrates its 100th birthday, Adam Sloman looks back at the factory’s history.
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The BMW Group sold more vehicles in March than in any other month in its history.
Every new BMW X model is a trailblazer. Indeed, the world premiere of the first BMW X model (the BMW X5) in 1999 saw the BMW Group call into being the Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV) segment – one in which BMW X models remain the market leaders.