Some cars are born great, while others are made legendary with a healthy dose of under-the-skin fettling. And there are some that become great by accident. The now-legendary BMW 2002ti is firmly in the last category, an accidental car that wasn’t on anyone’s radar at BMW’s Bavarian headquarters. Enter two very unhappy – and slightly sneaky – BMW executives...
With the new M3 (and M4) polarising opinion around the world, it's timely to look back at where it all began.
BMW’s smallest SUV may not be its cheapest, but can style stand in for substance?
BMW isn’t the first brand you’d associate with muscle cars in 2020, but the X5 M50i is, surprisingly der muskelwagen among full-size prestige SUVs.
The entry-level, diesel-powered X3 represents a practical – if a little pedestrian – option for luxury SUV shoppers.
Using the word 'competition' on an SUV seems rather counter-intuitive. In the case of BMW, that notion is far from reality.
Rarities, one-offs, and a 75th birthday present For Ferry Porsche.
Points must be awarded for refined diesel performance, but otherwise, BMW’s strangely shaped SUV has somehow managed to be a ‘sports utility vehicle’ without a whole lot of utility.
BMW’s rampaging roadster gets more power – but has the Z4 M40i learnt how to use it properly?
Just as we did with the 4 Series before it was unveiled, we've hit the track in BMW's new hero M4 coupe – and its M3 sedan twin – before a proper road test later this year.
The entry-level BMW Z4 roadster continues a long line of tradition for the German brand, offering open-top motoring with a modicum of sportiness.