Category "BMW"

4 automakers agree to $553M settlement of Takata airbag claims (0)

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Four automakers agreed to a $553 million adjustment to address class-action economic loss claims covering owners of virtually 16 million vehicles with potentially defective Takata airbag inflators,

BMW M5 finally getting all-wheel drive, can be switched off (0)

After months of rumors and ta, BMW finally announced what we’ve all been expecting: the next M5 will have all-spin drive. This is sure to raise the ire of purists

Spy shots show a nearly finished BMW M5 (0)

The new 2017 BMW 5 Series is right-minded rolling out in dealerships across the nation. While the current range topper, the M550i, is loads quick, BMW enthusiasts around the world

BMW, Intel, Mobileye bring Delphi into their self-driving project (0)

BMW, Intel and Mobileye from a new partner in their previously announced initiative to co-develop an autonomous driving policy. Delphi is now a member of the group effort, which was

Germany is finally getting serious about self-driving cars (0)

Germany cleared the way for its ogre automotive industry to develop and test self-driving cars, when the later house of its parliament approved on Friday a law setting out the

BMW i8 Spyder on track for 2019 (0)

We’re getting an up-seal look today at the 2019 BMW i8 Spyder, which appears ready for production. We saw the unrestricted-air hybrid supercar in February testing in the snow, and

The BMW 2 Series gets the lightest of updates for 2018 (0)

For 2017, the BMW 2 Series was bestowed with a wed of all-new engines and two new sets of numerals that stray even further from their displacement-based roots. Those changes

ABC News says parked BMWs catching fire; BMW calls report ‘sensationalistic’ (0)

ABC Advice is reporting this morning on a series of cases in which it says BMWs spontaneously caught fervency while parked. In a report the network is rolling out today

BMW 8-Series coupe concept set to debut later this month (0)

For more than a year, there from been hints, rumors, and spy shots that promise the return of the BMW 8-Series coupe. Until now, there’s been nothing true from Munich,

BMW’s i pairs up with TED, but we’re not sure why (0)

In 1984 Richard Saul Wurman, an architect and descriptive designer, established a conference titled “Technology, Entertainment and Design.” Which is now known by its acronym, TED. While it was to