BMW released an updated version of the 1-Series Hatchback in late 2008 but ever since then suspicious prototypes of a new car with similar proportions and signature BMW styling have been captured running around the south of Germany, and now once again and this time with much of the finer details revealed. The current 1-Series has often been criticized for having a back seat no full-sized adult would be comfortable in. However, the rear seat room in this new 2012 model is expected to be much improved. This may also see BMW finally release the Hatchback version of the 1-Series in the...
BMW to pit 135i against F1 car, V8 Supercar at Australian GP
While the main event at any Formula 1 calendar stop is invariably the focus of most media attention, there are often some truly brilliant side shows and feature races put on alongside them to make for even more entertainment for the crowd. The first event of the 2009 season, the Australian GP, will...Nelson Ireson
BMW prices the new 7-series, raises prices across the board
The all-new BMW 7-series just made its official debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November, and today BMW announced pricing for the 750i and 750Li models, which start at $81,125 and $85,025 respectively. That represents an increase of $3,500 on the 750i and $4,300 for the 750Li, or about 5%...Alex Kaufmann
Hartge releases new modified BMW 135i
Almost six months ago, Hartge revealed its original take on the 1-series. At that time, it was entirely an appearance and suspension upgrade package, leaving the engine untouched. Now, having spent the last six months extracting even more power from the 135i's twin-turbo six-cylinder, the German...Nelson Ireson