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2019 BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe spied
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12 hours ago
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2019 BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe spied

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2019 BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe spied

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2019 BMW 330i Touring confirmed for Australia
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1 day ago
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2019 BMW 330i Touring confirmed for Australia

BMW will launch the 3 Series Touring with a single engine in Australia, revealing pricing and specs for the 330i Touring ahead of its arrival in October. Where the sedan is available in four-cylinder diesel 320d guise (soon to be joined by plug-in hybrid and six-cylinder variants in September) the more practical (but lower-volume) wagon will only be offered with the most popular 3 Series engine.
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2020 BMW 4 Series spied
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2 days ago
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2020 BMW 4 Series spied

Alex Misoyannis • BMW’s upcoming competitor to the Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe, the 4 Series, has been spied in transit on a truck in Germany. While most of the coupe’s finer styling details are concealed under swirled camouflage, it’s evident the new 4 Series will adapt the latest 3 Series design language to a more dynamic body style.
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BMW M3-engined Supra 'possible but unlikely'
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6 days ago
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BMW M3-engined Supra 'possible but unlikely'

The new Toyota Supra has barely been around for six months, but people are already looking for ways to make it more powerful. Recently-appointed BMW M boss Markus Flasch didn't rule out offering Toyota the upcoming M3's twin-turbo inline-six engine for a Supra with even more go. "We’ve certainly made no offer to supply the engine to Toyota – and no request has been made, as far as I know," Flasch told Autocar.
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BMW X5, X6 and X7 tow rating upped to 3.5 tonnes
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5th Jul 2019
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BMW X5, X6 and X7 tow rating upped to 3.5 tonnes

BMW has its sights set on grey nomads, with a factory-fit package boosting the towing capacity of its X5 and X7 to 3500kg. The option costs $2500 and must be installed at the factory, meaning owners will need to tick the right boxes to utilise their car's full braked-towing capacity. An Australian tongue, electrical connector and tow ball adds another $700 to the option price.
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2020 BMW X6 revealed, here Q4
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2nd Jul 2019
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2020 BMW X6 revealed, here Q4

BMW has revealed the third-generation X6 SUV Coupe, ahead of its public debut at the Frankfurt motor show in September. In terms of the design, it’s very much like the related X5 from the B-pillar forward, but gets a completely new design further back – the X6 does, however, premiere the option of an illuminated front grille. Like its wagon-bodied sibling, the new X6 picks up a new architecture, an overhauled interior, and the latest in infotainment and driver assistance technologies.
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