There’s just something so special about ALPINAs. Ever driven a car that just felt like so much more than the sum of its parts? That’s what ALPINAs feel like
Rolls Royce recently announced that its future SUV, currently dubbed “ Project Cullinan “, will be shaped like a traditional SUV. The famed British luxury car maker sent out a letter to its shareholders, as companies do, informing them about the Cullinan and released a couple of pictures to prove its SUV-ness
At the moment, it seems as if BMW is in the midst of a turning point for the brand as a whole, as well as its subdivisions. As it currently stands, BMW’s two subdivisions are entirely separate things. The M Division is solely based on developing motorsport-oriented sports cars, whereas the i Division is all about electrification and efficiency
Ahh, it’s time again to stir the pot on autonomous driving. Not my favorite topic, but someone’s gotta get their hands dirty, right
In the fourth and most recent episode of The Grand Tour , the new Amazon Prime motoring show from Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May, we take a look at a grudge match between two of the best hardcore sports cars on the market. The BMW M4 GTS and Porsche 911 GT3 RS are both stripped out, hardcore variants of standard sports cars.
The BMW M140i is, if not the hottest, one of the hottest hatches out there today.
Rolls-Royce has been the epitome of luxury for decades and that goes hand in hand with a particular care for things the elites are interested in. Art is one of those things, no matter what shape or size. Among the most recent projects the British manufacturer has started recently you can find a variety of collaborations with artists from around the world
A lot has been said about the potential the M division has to develop a proper supercar.
BMW will seemingly change the current seats supplier for its BMW X5 and X6 models as pricing issues drove its traditional partner to stray away.
BMW of North America has issued a recall for 91 model year 2011 BMW 528i, 528xi, 535i, 535xi, 550i and 550xi vehicles manufactured March 1, 2010, through August 31, 2011. The vehicles may have received a replacement Sensor Cluster Unit (SCU) during a service visit with an acceleration sensor that may have been incorrectly programmed. As a result, the SCU may not accurately determine if activation and deployment of the airbags, safety belt pre-tensioners and head restraints is necessary in the event of a crash.