BMW has earned an undisputed status as one of the world’s leading carmakers with developments – grouped under the BMW ConnectedDrive banner – focusing on every aspect of the link-up between the driver, vehicle and outside world. The company is underlining its position in the vanguard of technology at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2014 in Las Vegas. The company will use the headline US fair – which spotlights advances from across the world of digitalisation and connectivity – to present innovative previews of future developments and new applications for series-produced vehicles.
Highly automated driving at the limit.
The BMW Group has created a new kind of research prototype for highly automated driving which uses advanced control technology to demonstrate maximum safety up to the car’s … CONTINUED
As you already know, the BMW M235i and 228i Coupes will be officially presented to the world at next week’s 2014 Detroit NAIAS, where we’ll be to bring you live coverage.
We’ve already posted much information on the F22 2 Series in our Official M235i and 228i Thread, as well as the U.S. Pricing/Ordering Guides.
If you still have any unanswered questions regarding the F22, please submit them here as we’ll be interviewing the 2 Series product specialists.
The 2015 BMW M3 (F80) and M4 (F82) will finally make their world debuts at the 2014 Detroit NAIAS next week.
We’ll be there to bring you the exciting reveals beginning Monday, the 13th, so be sure to tune in!
We’ll also have opportunities to speak with BMW M representatives regarding the M3 and M4 models, as well as any M related topics. As always, we’re happy to take requests for questions/topics from the BIMMERPOST community, so we encourage you to submit your M3, M4 and general M questions in this thread.
Before doing so, please review our Official M3 Thread, Official M4 Thread, and Dealer Demo Order Guide to confirm that your question(s) are not already answered.
Here are two BMW M235i coupes, spotted in Mineral Grey and Estoril Blue II.
Das BMW M6 Gran Coupé Safety Car [more info] in Paris.
The M6 Gran Coupe serves as the current headline MotoGP Safety Car, but we expect the M4 Safety Car (and/or M3 Safety Car) to take its place as the lead Safety Car eventually. Our digital preview rendering of the M4 Safety Car is posted below.
BMW M is currently in its 15th season as the “Official Car of MotoGP” and provides the official Safety Cars to the premier motorcycle racing series.
Recent M cars serving as official Safety Cars include the M6 Gran Coupe, M6 Coupe, M5 Sedan and 1M Coupe.
See how this bodes well for the next generation of BMW models. With this BMW TV series you can get a closer look at the BMW i8. This time you can get more information about the material carbon, that is used for the BMW i8.
BMW i3 review by Autoguide. The base i3 starts at $41,350 while the i3 REX (with Range Extender) starts from $45,200 (before the $7500 federal incentive).
i3 deliveries have already begun in Europe, while U.S. sales will begin in March.
See other i3 reviews, news and features @ http://www.bimmerpost.com/i3.
Mercedes-Benz withstood a late surge from BMW, ending its rival’s two-year reign as the U.S. luxury-vehicle sales leader as the breadth of Mercedes’s lineup pushed it to a record year.
Mercedes posted a 17 percent gain in December with 33,007 deliveries, as the new entry-level CLA, and revamped mid-size E-class and premium S-class cars led the gains. For the year, Mercedes sales rose 14 percent to 312,534, or 3,254 more than BMW’s 2013 total.
This was only the second time Mercedes has won the U.S. luxury sales crown, according to the Automotive News Data Center. It earned its other title in 1999 when it sold 189,437 vehicles in the U.S.
Dieter Zetsche, CEO of Mercedes parent Daimler AG, said in July he expected his company to come … CONTINUED
The F22 2 series sightings have increased in frequency with its auto show debut just 2 weeks away. Here we see a 2 series 220i in Black Sapphire as well as a M235i in Mineral White.