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The new BMW M5 is a high-performance sports car whose dynamic potential is geared to the demands of track use yet which also sets a new benchmark in everyday driving with its touring comfort and innovative equipment features. It also sets the pace in its class in terms of efficiency. The car’s history of success in a segment founded more than 25 years ago by the original BMW M5 is set to continue in contemporary style.
New entry-level model: BMW X3 sDrive18d
The new BMW X3 sDrive18d takes on the role of economical entry-level model, its four-cylinder diesel engine with BMW TwinPower Turbo technology recording average fuel consumption of just 5.1 litres per 100 kilometres (55.4 mpg imp) in the EU test cycle.
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Silvio Calabi: BMW's New M6 a chariot of the gods
You might think that replacing the previous V-10 engine with a mere V-8 — as BMW has done in its flagship, the new M6 — is a step backward, a grudging nod to the world's petroleum woes. But it isn't so. Instead, swapping each of those two amputated …
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Report: BMW Suing Saab Automobile Parts for .2 Million About Unpaid Parts
BMW and Saab signed an agreement in September 2010 in which BMW would supply four-cylinder engines, components, and spare parts for new Saab 9-3 models (the last-gen 9-3 convertible and wagon are shown at left and above). The lawsuit asserts that …
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