BMW’s first-ever mid-engined coupe was powered by a 3.5-liter straight-six engine rated at 277 horsepower.
BMW displayed a 750 iL in Geneva to celebrate the e32’s 30th birthday.
The new BMW M2 is billed as a heir to the both the 1 Series M and the 2002 Turbo.
More powerful than a stock M3, the GT was built for homologation purposes.
The BMW 325i Allrad (e30) was presented to the public at the 1985 edition of the Frankfurt Motor Show.
Every so-called Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV) that BMW offers today traces its roots back to the fact that dirt bike sales were on the rise about a quarter of a century ago.
The BMW 3.0 CSL Hommage R celebrates BMW USA’s 40th anniversary.
BMW’s tribute to the 3.0 CSL arrives in the form of a lightweight coupe powered by a gas-electric hybrid drivetrain.
Participants from all over the region showed up at the starting grid with an eclectic selection of cars ranging from home-made racers to purpose-built open-top single-seaters.
The 3.0 CSL Homage concept will make its public debut at the Villa d’Este Concours d’Elegance.