2022 BMW X3

The popular BMW X3 has been refreshed for the 2022 model year, featuring new designs and a raft of new standard content. The line’s plug-in hybrid goes the way of the dodo, but BMW adds a mild hybrid system in the M40i AWD. In BMW’s large lineup of SUVs, theContinue Reading

2022 BMW 2 Series Coupe First Look

The most classically “BMW” BMW remains one of the brand’s least weird efforts. If you were feeling anxious before seeing the 2022 BMW 2 Series, you’re not alone. After the newest 4 Series, M3 and M4, and first-ever iX EV all broke cover with less-than-beautiful styling, any new BMW brings with it as much trepidation as it does excitement theseContinue Reading

2021 BMW 4 Series

By Mark Rechtin – MotorTrend There is a well-traveled rumor that the 2021 BMW 4 Series exterior design team has been reassigned to styling door handles and seat belt mountings for the rest of their careers. OK, maybe that’s fake news. But it does prove that Germans have a sense of humor.Continue Reading

BMW M8 Gran Coupe review

This is a bit of simple maths even TG can do: four into eight. BMW’s 8 Series with 200mm added to the wheelbase and four doors, with added ‘Competition’ upgrades. Mind you, the non-Comp car isn’t available in the UK (a nation of optionistas, us) and if you’re being picky,Continue Reading


By Kelly Lin – MotorTrend The BMW iX3 is the automaker’s first electric crossover SUV, and it launches later this year in China. BMW’s latest battery-electric vehicle rounds out the already diverse X3 lineup, which includes gasoline, diesel, and plug-in gasoline-electric hybrid powertrains. Power for the BEV Bimmer comes courtesy of an electric motor that producesContinue Reading

BMW i4

By: Adrian Padeanu – Motor1 The fully electric four-door 4 Series could be joined by a conventionally powered M4 Gran Coupe. When BMW laid out the plans for the next-generation 7 Series earlier this year, it promised to offer its flagship model with gasoline and diesel engines, topped by a fully electric variant.Continue Reading


By: Clint Simone – Motor1 The age of the performance crossover is now. Fast, high-riding cars are truly having a moment, with fantastic options from all over Europe now doing battle to get showroom attention. As their ranks grow, it’s getting harder for performance CUVs to stand out from the crowd. Automakers areContinue Reading