The 2020 BMW 1 Series is more than a hatchback, it’s a new direction for the German brand. So, does it still drive like a BMW?
Psst, want to know a secret? Motor shows are dying. Well, okay, no great secret perhaps. There’s a groundswell of new, different and reformulated motoring get-togethers popping up that, while perhaps not directly leading the dinosaurs of Detroit, Paris and Frankfurt to the tar pits, is kindling interest of internet age car-lovers tired of time-honoured look-but-don’t-touch convention...
The X5 xDrive45e is the latest in a burgeoning number of plug-in hybrid BMW models.
A third-generation SUV coupe that's clearly not everyone’s cup of tea, but in initial top-of-the-line performance guise there’s no denying its raw speed, engaging dynamics nor its luxury appeal.
The next M3’s junior brother is a serious performance saloon in its own right.
The M8 Competition is up there with one of the best BMWs ever built, at least, on track. How it performs as a daily driver is unknown until we put the car through its paces in local conditions in 2020.
BMW is late to the game with this new CLS and A7 rival, but I'd argue the all-new 8 Series Gran Coupe is more resolved – even with the lower-spec 3.0-litre model.
Your seven-seat lounge suite on wheels has arrived, and once you’re in, you won’t want to get out.
Want a seven-seat luxury SUV, but won't compromise on room for the third row? This could be the answer: the all-new BMW X7.
If you’re of the opinion coupe-roofed SUVs are a motoring faux pas, the notion of a high-performance variant might seem nonsensical. But that’s okay – you’re absolutely spoilt for choice for utterly sensible mid-sized SUVs fit for shuffling loved ones A to B...
BMW's X3 M Competition promises to blend urban family friendliness with spirited road and track performance. But we threw that out the window and instead went rallying in the Outback.