Less than 12 months after the launch of the all-new BMW M5 comes a more powerful version called the Competition, only you'll struggle to pick the differences, at least on track. It's also thirty-grand more expensive.
The new M2 Competition gets more M muscle, with a new twin-turbo engine and a bunch of chassis tweaks that make it even better than it already was.
Strange but true fact: nostalgic Toyota enthusiasts played a large part in bringing us this BMW Z4.
There's a strong sense of deja vu about the arrival of the new 8 Series.
BMW's second-generation X4 is a better thing all round with decent looks, loads of kit and dynamically sound.
The 2019 BMW X5 hits Australia in November, and has all the ingredients to stay atop the sales charts. It's the same, just better, in every way.
A trip across South Africa in a BMW X3 is the perfect reminder of this German SUV's brilliance.
A drive in a next-generation prototype reveals a 3 Series that is a dynamic about-face from its watered-down predecessor.
The new BMW X4 is officially here. It's bigger, better looking and faster than the car it replaces, but is it any good on Australian roads?
On the track, the BMW M4 CS is in its element, but how does it stack up as a daily?
Goodbye standard M5, hello M5 Competition; shortly the only version you'll be able to buy in Australia. Will the bump in performance be worth the jump in price?