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2022 BMW i4 M spied – UPDATE: All-electric M car to be unveiled in 2021
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4 days ago
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2022 BMW i4 M spied – UPDATE: All-electric M car to be unveiled in 2021

UPDATE, 22 January 2021: BMW M has confirmed its first all-electric model will be unveiled this year. In BMW Group's annual sales report, the German luxury car maker announced its first "electrically powered performance automobile" would be presented in 2021, signifying the company's new push to develop fast vehicles with fully-electric powertrains.
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Ben Zachariah
BMW previews new iDrive infotainment system
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14th Jan 2021
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BMW previews new iDrive infotainment system

BMW has previewed an updated version of its iDrive digital infotainment system at the 2021 Consumer Electronics Show. The new infotainment system is expected to debut in the much anticipated all-electric 2021 iX SUV, before being phased in across the range. BMW was light on detail however the teaser image shows that BMW will likely succumb to the trend of super-wide screens. It also seems BMW will retain the rotary controller that was introduced with the technology 20 years ago.
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2021 BMW 4 Series Convertible price and specs
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18th Dec 2020
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2021 BMW 4 Series Convertible price and specs

The 2021 BMW 4 Series Convertible will arrive locally in the first quarter of next year, with the entry-level 420i variant priced from $89,900 plus on-road costs. Alongside the 420i, Australian buyers will also have the choice of the $107,900 plus on-road costs 430i, and the range-topping M440i xDrive priced from $135,900 plus on-road costs. The new models arrive approximately four months after the 4 Series Coupe touched down in local BMW showrooms.
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William Davis
2021 BMW X7 Dark Shadow Edition revealed – UPDATE: Australian pricing confirmed, arrives March 2021
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7th Dec 2020
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2021 BMW X7 Dark Shadow Edition revealed – UPDATE: Australian pricing confirmed, arrives March 2021

UPDATE, December 7, 2020: BMW Australia has at last confirmed the X7 Dark Shadow Edition for our shores. Just 10 examples will offered locally, available in a choice of two powertrains: the 195kW/620Nm 3.0-litre turbo-diesel inline-six-powered xDrive30d, or the 390kW/750Nm 4.4-litre twin-turbocharged petrol V8-powered M50i. Five of each engine choice will be offered, priced from $188,900 drive-away in xDrive30d M Sport guise, and $215,900 drive-away in M50i form.
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Mike Stevens
BMW to offer three electric i4 models, but no plug-in hybrid – report
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2nd Dec 2020
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BMW to offer three electric i4 models, but no plug-in hybrid – report

The 2022 BMW i4 will be offered in three variants when it goes on sale, with the company adopting its traditional naming conventions for the electric vehicle. According to multiple sources, including BMW Blog, it's suggested BMW will initially offer a mid-spec i440, which is expected to use a single electric motor to drive the rear wheels. Rumours suggest power will be somewhere around 225kW, but may have an 'overboost' feature allowing a shot of up to 250kW for overtaking.
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Ben Zachariah