As far as sporting surprises go, the BMW M140i is right up at the top of the pile. Its all-round sporting ability is matched by daily practicality and a fly-under-the-radar persona.
Welcome to the first of a little series intended to highlight some of the best, most challenging, and most fun roads we (occasionally) get to drive on. Driving isn’t always about going fast; let me make that clear from the outset...
The futuristic BMW i8 is already three years old, but has it lost any of its science fiction lustre living in our sometimes dull reality?
James takes a look at BMW’s big V8 grand tourer, the 650i, to see if an old-school big power, big luxury approach still has what it takes in a new-school market.
The seventh-generation BMW 5 Series is without doubt the best yet.
Love it or hate it, the BMW X6 is always worthy of a combination. James is a fan, but Paul isn't Can they come to an agreement?
The BMW i3 94Ah brings an important update to the electric hatch's driving range, but is it enough to put 'range anxiety' to bed? Over the course of this long-term report, we'll explore that question - and so much more.
Limited to just 700 units worldwide, and just 25 in Australia - is the $300k M4 everything it needs to be?
The BMW X1 is leading the premium compact SUV sales charts, so how does it stack up after its first year on sale? James drives the range-topping xDrive 25i to find out.
For me, BMW's M3 Competition is the perfect blend of looks, performance, handling and practicality, as well as being loaded with all the latest mod-cons to make life comfortable.
Is the BMW M2 too hardcore for you? The new M240i and 230i are there for the buying...