The BMW 6 Series is the type of car that takes command of the road.
As a full hybrid, the ActiveHybrid X6 is able to drive solely on battery power up to 30 mph.
A lower stance, more aggressive fascia, and retuned exhaust system set the X6 M apart from the base model; just in case its 4.5-second sprint to 60 mph is not enough.
The V-8 engine has always been a good fit for BMW’s larger cars and the X6 is certainly no exception.
Splice together the swept roofline of a grand-touring coupe and the brawny physique of a four-door SUV, and—voilà —you have the BMW X6, a vehicular mongrel with purebred pedigree.
For those who aren’t interested in whiplash-inducing performance from a convertible, open-top motoring does not get much better than at the wheel of a BMW 650i Convertible.
The BMW X5 M is a very special car. It reaches 60 mph as fast as the much smaller M3, but it also has room your family and their luggage for a weeklong road trip.
Whether it’s your family, your speedboat, or both, the diesel-powered X5 is the perfect transport vehicle.
When the M6 reappeared on the U.S. market in early 2006, nearly 15 years had passed since BMW previously offered a two-door sibling to the M5 sport sedan.
As the first performance-built BMW to feature a retractable hardtop, the new M3 convertible offers the best of two worlds—blistering performance and the pleasure of wind-in-your-hair acceleration.
Engineered to improve drivability, the BMW 750i features a rear-wheel steering system to provide a shorter turning radius at low speeds and smoother high-velocity lane changes and last-minute avoi
The long-wheelbase version of BMW’s new 7 Series is designed for those who prefer to be chauffeured, but those looking for the biggest and best BMW 7 Series should turn to the 760Li.
BMW would like you to forget what you think you know about the term Gran Turismo.
With its front-mounted 4-liter V-8 engine, the BMW M3 nearly matches the V-8-powered Audi R8’s power ratings—for half the cost.
The BMW M5 never seems to run out of breath.
Using the same turbocharged six-cylinder engine found in the smaller 3 Series, the BMW 535i saves on fuel but still offers solid performance and drivability.
Although it has a slightly longer wheelbase than its coupe and convertible counterparts, the BMW M3 sedan is not any less enjoyable to drive—plus, three of your friends can enjoy the experience co
The all-new Z4 is BMW’s first foray into the realm of hardtop roadsters.
Although it looks almost identical to the base model, the BMW Z4 sDrive35is is designed and engineered for a more serious driver.
The BMW 550i will be one of the first new 5 Series model variants built for the 2011 redesign.
There is a reason why the BMW 760Li evades the eye of most luxury sedan buyers: The German automaker designed it that way. But do not let 760Li’s conservative styling mislead you.
When BMW unveiled the 2010 BMW X6 M and X5 M models at last year’s New York International Auto Show, the carmaker surprised automotive enthusiasts and Bimmer fans—and put the Porsche Cayenne Turbo
The 3-series has its M3, the 5-series has its M5, and even the X5 and X6 models have their own fearsome M-spec variants. But what about the 7-series?
Lexus paved the way for premium hybrid sedans two years ago with its flagship LS600hL model, the Mercedes-Benz S400 Hybrid followed suit last year, and now BMW is jumping on the f
BMW’s new 5 series GT is a rare thing indeed. It is a concept that not only deftly avoids conventional pigeonholing but one that also constitutes its own category.
The BMW 760Li escapes the eye of most luxury-sedan buyers because the German automaker designed it to do just that.
For more than 85 years, BMW has built well-engineered and eminently reliable motorcycles that have earned the company a reputation in some circles as the gentleman’s brand.
BMW’s round-the-world ready R1200GS and establishment-rocking S1000RR have garnered lots of attention as of late, but one of our favorite two-wheeled sleepers is the Bavarian manu