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PostHeaderIcon Caving Under Pressure: The Detroit Auto Show May, In Fact, Move to October

The Detroit Auto Show is on the cusp of a long-overdue decision that will effectively move the show out of the winter doldrums of January into a later month with a far more inviting climate. Nothing is official yet, but there’s growing momentum that America’s most esteemed auto show will be moved from January to October beginning in 2020. A decision is expected to be made in the coming weeks as the Detroit Auto Dealers Association is scheduled to vote on uprooting the show from its winter roots and moving it to the fall.

PostHeaderIcon Caving Under Pressure: The Detroit Auto Show May, In Fact, Move to October

The Detroit Auto Show is on the cusp of a long-overdue decision that will effectively move the show out of the winter doldrums of January into a later month with a far more inviting climate. Nothing is official yet, but there’s growing momentum that America’s most esteemed auto show will be moved from January to October beginning in 2020. A decision is expected to be made in the coming weeks as the Detroit Auto Dealers Association is scheduled to vote on uprooting the show from its winter roots and moving it to the fall.

PostHeaderIcon BMW’s Electric Offensive Now Includes 80,000 New Public Charging Poles in China

Every automaker has ambitions to get a bigger piece of the electric car market in China, and since the segment itself is on the cusp of a game-changing boom, that’s exactly what we’re seeing from a company like BMW. The German automaker is announcing a massive expansion to its charging network in China with plans to install more than 80,000 charging poles in over 100 Chinese cities. The company’s goal is to have these poles up-and-running when its fleet of new electric cars hit the market in the coming years.

PostHeaderIcon BMW’s Electric Offensive Now Includes 80,000 New Public Charging Poles in China

Every automaker has ambitions to get a bigger piece of the electric car market in China, and since the segment itself is on the cusp of a game-changing boom, that’s exactly what we’re seeing from a company like BMW. The German automaker is announcing a massive expansion to its charging network in China with plans to install more than 80,000 charging poles in over 100 Chinese cities. The company’s goal is to have these poles up-and-running when its fleet of new electric cars hit the market in the coming years.

PostHeaderIcon CarWow Pits the BMW M5 Against the Mercedes-AMG E63 S and It’s Amazing

Putting the BMW M5 and the Mercedes-AMG E63 S in close proximity to one another is like trying to put a liberal and a Republican in the same room. It can be done, but words will be said and punches thrown – in the end, someone is going home with a bruised ego and a story that will undoubtedly get tagged as fake news. Well, CarWow didn’t have any liberals or republicans to cage up, but they did have an F90 M5 and an AMG E63 S at their disposal so they did what any self-respecting car guys would do: They Raced.

It wasn’t just any race, either. We’re talking about two of the worlds finest performance cars with a thirst to prove that each is better than the other. The M5, for example, runs a 4.4-liter V-8 that’s good for 600 horsepower and 553 pound-feet of torque, all of which is routed through an eight-speed automatic paired with an M-Tuned AWD system. In the other lane sate an AMG E63 S with a 4.0-liter V08 that’s good for 603 ponies and 627 pound-feet. It, however, has a nine-speed automatic paired with an AWD system. On paper, the Merc looks like it’ll have just a slight advantage with those three extra horses and 74 pound-feet of torque – if nothing else it can probably win a burnout contest if you switch it into drift mode.

I’m not going to break down the whole battle for you, but you might be surprised by the results. Or, you might not. It certainly is a close battle, and it might have you on the edge of your seat if this kind of thing is something you’re really into. Check it out and let us know what you think of the results in the comments section below!

PostHeaderIcon BMW Sued After an X5’s Self-Closing Door Cut Off Someone’s Thumb!!!

A report from the New York Post puts BMW in the crosshairs of a now-disgruntled customer who lost one of his thumbs after a self-closing door on his X5 decided to shut itself, severing his finger in the process. The irony in all of this is that the feature is known as SCAD, or “Soft Closing Automatic Door.” I guess you could say that’s there was nothing soft about this particular closing, huh?

PostHeaderIcon Daimler and BMW to Join Forces on the Mobility Front

We’ve seen automakers team up for a variety of reasons, including the sharing of platforms to streamline development and drive down costs. Now, BMW and Daimler are teaming up for a combined effort to create the latest mobility services for customers.

Continue reading for the full story.

PostHeaderIcon BMW M8 Gran Coupe

The iconic BMW 8 Series is making a comeback, and this is no longer a rumor. The return of BMW’s biggest coupe yet was confirmed in 2017 when the German automaker introduced a concept car and a GTE-spec race car. What’s more, BMW also confirmed that the new 8 Series will get an M8 version for the very first time. Come 2018 and BMW announced plans to expand the 8 Series family with yet another model. And it’s not the highly anticipated convertible, but a four-door coupe variant. Yes, the 8 Series is getting the Gran Coupe treatment and more importantly, it will come in M8 specs too. A concept version of the M8 model was unveiled at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, and BMW confirmed that it will become a production model by the end of 2018.

With the 6 Series Gran Coupe still available, the 8 Series Gran Coupe may seem a bit redundant at first glance. But given that the 6 Series is no longer available in coupe form, the Gran Coupe model could be discontinued too, which would leave the 8 Series Gran Coupe as BMW’s main competitor for the Mercedes-Benz CLS and Audi A7. The M8 Gran Coupe would make things that much more interesting, as BMW will have a rival for the AMG and RS versions of the CLS and A7, respectively. The concept car provides a few valuable hints as to what to expect from the production model, but technical specifications are still a mystery. Until more data becomes available, let’s have a closer look at what we already know about the upcoming M8 Gran Coupe.

Continue reading to learn more about the BMW M8 Gran Coupe.

PostHeaderIcon We Could See the BMW iX3 at the Beijing Motor Show

BMW has been far from quiet about its plans to electrify damn near anything with four wheels and a BMW badge, with models like the BMW iNEXT, i4 (based on the i Vision Dynamics,) and the iX3 planned to show their production-ready faces this year. As it turns out, the iX3 could very well be the first of the three that we get to see and it could happen at the Beijing Auto Show in China.

PostHeaderIcon 2018 BMW M5 Priced from £89,645 in the UK

The latest version of the supreme leader of sports sedans everywhere is now on sale in Britain. The 2018 BMW M5, the sixth generation of the car, is priced from £89,645, which is a lot of money, for a lot of car. It’s probably well-priced in the eyes of M5 lovers, but even they admit the competition has never been tougher. 

And it’s not just German competition that threatens the M5’s crown. These days you can get very decent super sport sedans from Italy and America for a lot less money than an M5. What is more, this latest model has gotten a bit carried away with the sheep part of the whole wolf in sheep’s clothing thing that is a characteristic of all M5s. It looks too sheepish, too understated, too like a regular 5 Series. If we spend 90 grand on a car we would like for it to kind of look like it costs 90 grand. The 2018 BMW M5 just doesn’t.

But whatever this car lacks in aesthetics, it more than makes up for in speed and handling and general technical brilliance. 2018 BMW M5 is powered by the latest 4.4-litre V8 engine with BMW M TwinPower Turbo technology, developing 600 horsepower and 750 Nm of torque. The UK version also features the M xDrive all-wheel drive system, which is part of the reason why it can sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 3.4 seconds. Average fue economy, if you care, is 26.9 mpg, corresponding to 241 g/km of CO2.

As you would expect, the M5 features pretty much all the equipment customary of a car of this class and price range. But notable options include matte finish exterior colors, and M Driver’s Package which raises the top speed form default 155 mph to 190 mph.









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PostHeaderIcon BMW Won’t Mass-Produce EVs Right Now Because it’s Too Expensive

multiple drive modes for efficiency and sportiness

Just because a lot of automakers are aggressively pushing for electrification, don’t expect BMW to try to keep pace with the rest of them. The German automaker has no intention to mass produce electric cars until 2020 because it doesn’t have the technology that can help scale up production to profitable levels. At the moment, BMW is focusing its attention on making that technology scalable and more modular, two key factors that will help the company elevate its involvement in electrification in the coming years.


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“Make no mistake, the German automaker is holding fast on its plan to have 25 new electrified models by 2025”

Make no mistake, the German automaker is holding fast on its plan to have 25 new electrified models by 2025, including 12 that will be offered as fully electric. All of that is still in the works, but just because the long-term plan is in place, it doesn’t mean that BMW will rush its development of new technologies just to keep pace with what other automakers are doing.

At the moment, BMW is developing its fifth-generation electric vehicle technology after equipping the i8 Roadster, which is scheduled to hit dealerships in May, with its fourth-generation electric drivetrain technology. The latter technology can be used on a car like the i8, but, according to CEO Harald Krueger, it’s not viable to be used for mass production purposes.

“We wanted to wait for the fifth generation to be much more cost competitive,” he told analysts in Munich, as quoted by Reuters. “We do not want to scale up with the fourth generation.”


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“In addition to the development of the fifth generation electric vehicle technology, Bimmer is also working on its evolved version, the sixth generation electric vehicle technology”

Krueger also admitted that the cost difference between its fourth and fifth generation electric vehicle technology runs up to a “two-digit number” in percentage terms, significant enough in BMW’s mind to refrain from jumping over the edge before it’s prepared to. So the company is taking a more measured approach, one that it believes is the best way to successfully address its current needs while still sticking to its long-term plans. “If you want to win the race, you must be the most cost competitive in the segment, otherwise you cannot scale up the volume,” Krueger added.

In addition to the development of the fifth generation electric vehicle technology, Bimmer is also working on its evolved version, the sixth generation electric vehicle technology. Part of that job entails investments amounting to nine-figure sums dedicated to battery cell research.

Given its reasons, it’s easy to understand where BMW is coming from.
It is tempting for a company with as many resources as Bimmer to rush the development of its electric vehicle technology with the hopes of becoming one of the first with a seat at this party. But if it isn’t ready, it isn’t ready. The more measured approach may cost publicity in the short-term, but it does help its prospects over time.

Better to be late than to show up early without any pants.

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PostHeaderIcon BMW’s Tesla-Beating i4 Could Have Between 340 and 435 Miles of Range

The BMW i4 is expected to be one of BMW’s first all-electric cars when it hits the market in the next few years. The German automaker is targeting a launch by 2020, and the development of the EV sedan is progressing enough that BMW believes that it can have a range of anywhere from 340 to 435 miles. If those numbers hold true, the i4 could have the chops and capabilities to take on the Tesla Model S.


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“The i4 will be powered by BMW’s fifth generation eDrive electric drive technology, a step up from the fourth generation electric drive technology that we’re going to see on the i8”

We already know a few things about the BMW i4. We know that it will be based on the BMW i Vision Dynamics Concept that we first laid our eyes on back at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show. We also know that, in full production form, the i4 will likely resemble the 4 Series Gran Coupe. Oh, and the electric sedan will be powered by BMW’s fifth generation eDrive electric drive technology, a step up from the fourth generation electric drive technology that we’re going to see on the i8 Roadster when it hits showrooms in May.

All that said, there are still a number of things that BMW is keeping close to its chest regarding the i4. BMW CEO Harald Krueger revealed one of those items during the automaker’s annual press conference this week. According to Krueger, the fifth generation eDrive electric drive technology will be able to give the i4 around “550 to 700 kilometers” of range. Do the math and that converts to 340 to 435 miles, enough to give the i4 one of the longest battery ranges of any electric car that’s expected to hit the market soon.


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“The fifth generation eDrive electric drive technology will be able to give the i4 around “550 to 700 kilometers” of range”

Obviously, the actual number will probably be different once the technology is in place and ready to be used. But give credit to BMW for swinging for the fences with its estimate. Not only does it beat the current top range of the Tesla Model S — around 330 miles with some add-ons — but it’s maximum estimate puts it at more than 100 miles more in range compared to the current segment standard-bearer. Granted, Tesla still has a few years of its own to improve on the range of the Model S, but rest assured, BMW is developing the i4 to be a full-blown competitor to the Model S.

With those shots fired, all BMW has to do is to make sure that the i4 lives up to expectations. The German automaker is already hard at work at putting all the pieces in place for the production of the all-electric premium sedan. According to Robert Irlinger, the head of BMW’s i division, production of the i4 will start “as soon as we have all our modular systems working, so something around 2020.”

“We are working on a very competitive and innovative project; we are trying to find the right design for the car,” Irlinger added.


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“The BMW i4 is shaping up to be one of the automaker’s most important models in recent years, so don’t expect BMW to half-ass its development”

If anything, Irlinger still sounds like a man who’s confident in what the company can create. I would be, too, if I had BMW’s resources at my disposal. Just don’t expect the company to rush the development process just so it can meet its target timetable. In a separate report, Krueger admitted that Bimmer is going to take its time developing the right technology for all of its electric car efforts.

The BMW i4 is shaping up to be one of the automaker’s most important models in recent years, so don’t expect BMW to half-ass its development. There’s a lot at stake in this segment now that a lot of automakers are planning their own all-electric premium sedans. It’s important for BMW to have the right car in place that can not only compete against rival automakers but, more importantly, can set the bar for what a premium all-electric sedan should be.

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PostHeaderIcon BMW’s Tesla-Beating i4 Could Have Between 340 and 435 Miles of Range

The BMW i4 is expected to be one of BMW’s first all-electric cars when it hits the market in the next few years. The German automaker is targeting a launch by 2020, and the development of the EV sedan is progressing enough that BMW believes that it can have a range of anywhere from 340 to 435 miles. If those numbers hold true, the i4 could have the chops and capabilities to take on the Tesla Model S.


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“The i4 will be powered by BMW’s fifth generation eDrive electric drive technology, a step up from the fourth generation electric drive technology that we’re going to see on the i8”

We already know a few things about the BMW i4. We know that it will be based on the BMW i Vision Dynamics Concept that we first laid our eyes on back at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show. We also know that, in full production form, the i4 will likely resemble the 4 Series Gran Coupe. Oh, and the electric sedan will be powered by BMW’s fifth generation eDrive electric drive technology, a step up from the fourth generation electric drive technology that we’re going to see on the i8 Roadster when it hits showrooms in May.

All that said, there are still a number of things that BMW is keeping close to its chest regarding the i4. BMW CEO Harald Krueger revealed one of those items during the automaker’s annual press conference this week. According to Krueger, the fifth generation eDrive electric drive technology will be able to give the i4 around “550 to 700 kilometers” of range. Do the math and that converts to 340 to 435 miles, enough to give the i4 one of the longest battery ranges of any electric car that’s expected to hit the market soon.


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“The fifth generation eDrive electric drive technology will be able to give the i4 around “550 to 700 kilometers” of range”

Obviously, the actual number will probably be different once the technology is in place and ready to be used. But give credit to BMW for swinging for the fences with its estimate. Not only does it beat the current top range of the Tesla Model S — around 330 miles with some add-ons — but it’s maximum estimate puts it at more than 100 miles more in range compared to the current segment standard-bearer. Granted, Tesla still has a few years of its own to improve on the range of the Model S, but rest assured, BMW is developing the i4 to be a full-blown competitor to the Model S.

With those shots fired, all BMW has to do is to make sure that the i4 lives up to expectations. The German automaker is already hard at work at putting all the pieces in place for the production of the all-electric premium sedan. According to Robert Irlinger, the head of BMW’s i division, production of the i4 will start “as soon as we have all our modular systems working, so something around 2020.”

“We are working on a very competitive and innovative project; we are trying to find the right design for the car,” Irlinger added.


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“The BMW i4 is shaping up to be one of the automaker’s most important models in recent years, so don’t expect BMW to half-ass its development”

If anything, Irlinger still sounds like a man who’s confident in what the company can create. I would be, too, if I had BMW’s resources at my disposal. Just don’t expect the company to rush the development process just so it can meet its target timetable. In a separate report, Krueger admitted that Bimmer is going to take its time developing the right technology for all of its electric car efforts.

The BMW i4 is shaping up to be one of the automaker’s most important models in recent years, so don’t expect BMW to half-ass its development. There’s a lot at stake in this segment now that a lot of automakers are planning their own all-electric premium sedans. It’s important for BMW to have the right car in place that can not only compete against rival automakers but, more importantly, can set the bar for what a premium all-electric sedan should be.

References


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PostHeaderIcon Did BMW Pull a Volkswagen? Police Raid BMW’s Headquarters to Find Out

Ever since Volkswagen got embroiled in the worst automotive scandal in recent memory, other German automakers have found themselves in the crosshairs of regulators looking into whether they were involved in transgressions similar to those that bought VW to its knees. BMW has been the one company that has so far come unscathed by the issue, but that has now changed after German prosecutors in Munich searched the automaker’s headquarters as part of their continuing investigation into these alleged emissions-cheating scandals.


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“Multiple reports coming out Germany say that around 100 investigators turned up in the BMW headquarters in Germany and an engine factory in Austria”

Multiple reports coming out Germany say that around 100 investigators turned up in the BMW headquarters in Germany and an engine factory in Austria as part of what has apparently been a months-long investigation surrounding the German automaker. According to a statement prepared by Munich prosecutors, the raids were part of an investigation surrounding BMW and whether the company installed cheating devices in some of its diesel models. It’s largely similar to the scandal that rocked Volkswagen to its core and has brought other German auto brands like Mercedes, Audi, and Porsche under the microscope.

In an alarming twist, BMW admitted that the software that prompted the raids to take place was, in fact, erroneous, but that they were installed on the cars by mistake. “In the course of internal testing, the BMW Group realized that a correctly developed software module had been allocated in error to models for which it was not suited,” the company said in a statement. The company already has plans to recall around 11,400 models of the 750d and M550d that contain the software “mistake.” The number is infinitesimal compared to the 11 million VW vehicles affected by its own diesel emissions scandal, but it’s still 11,400 models more than it should be.
The good news, if there is any, is that none of the affected models come from the U.S.

“The good news, if there is any, is that none of the affected models come from the U.S.”

BMW can plead innocent all it wants, but the extent of cheating that’s allegedly been happening across a swath of German automakers, is painting a serious a black eye on the country’s largest export product. These cheating scandals not only puts the entire German car industry at risk, but it could also have a devastating long-term effect on the entire German economy, considered as the fourth largest economy by nominal GDP in the world.

It’s not just BMW, either. Volkswagen continues to draw the ire of German investigators over a new round of false claims regarding carbon dioxide emissions of its vehicles. Mercedes parent company, Daimler, is also in the crosshairs of German prosecutors, as well as the United States Justice Department and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on allegations that it also sold Mercedes models in the U.S. that were equipped with illegal emissions software.

Where the investigation of BMW goes from here is anyone’s guess, but even if the automaker does escape any penalties, the mere fact that it got investigated is a huge blow to its reputation. And, just when we thought we’d seen the worst of this wide-ranging scandal, there are apparently a lot more skeletons in the closet.

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PostHeaderIcon Did BMW Pull a Volkswagen? Police Raid BMW’s Headquarters to Find Out

Ever since Volkswagen got embroiled in the worst automotive scandal in recent memory, other German automakers have found themselves in the crosshairs of regulators looking into whether they were involved in transgressions similar to those that bought VW to its knees. BMW has been the one company that has so far come unscathed by the issue, but that has now changed after German prosecutors in Munich searched the automaker’s headquarters as part of their continuing investigation into these alleged emissions-cheating scandals.


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“Multiple reports coming out Germany say that around 100 investigators turned up in the BMW headquarters in Germany and an engine factory in Austria”

Multiple reports coming out Germany say that around 100 investigators turned up in the BMW headquarters in Germany and an engine factory in Austria as part of what has apparently been a months-long investigation surrounding the German automaker. According to a statement prepared by Munich prosecutors, the raids were part of an investigation surrounding BMW and whether the company installed cheating devices in some of its diesel models. It’s largely similar to the scandal that rocked Volkswagen to its core and has brought other German auto brands like Mercedes, Audi, and Porsche under the microscope.

In an alarming twist, BMW admitted that the software that prompted the raids to take place was, in fact, erroneous, but that they were installed on the cars by mistake. “In the course of internal testing, the BMW Group realized that a correctly developed software module had been allocated in error to models for which it was not suited,” the company said in a statement. The company already has plans to recall around 11,400 models of the 750d and M550d that contain the software “mistake.” The number is infinitesimal compared to the 11 million VW vehicles affected by its own diesel emissions scandal, but it’s still 11,400 models more than it should be.
The good news, if there is any, is that none of the affected models come from the U.S.

“The good news, if there is any, is that none of the affected models come from the U.S.”

BMW can plead innocent all it wants, but the extent of cheating that’s allegedly been happening across a swath of German automakers, is painting a serious a black eye on the country’s largest export product. These cheating scandals not only puts the entire German car industry at risk, but it could also have a devastating long-term effect on the entire German economy, considered as the fourth largest economy by nominal GDP in the world.

It’s not just BMW, either. Volkswagen continues to draw the ire of German investigators over a new round of false claims regarding carbon dioxide emissions of its vehicles. Mercedes parent company, Daimler, is also in the crosshairs of German prosecutors, as well as the United States Justice Department and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on allegations that it also sold Mercedes models in the U.S. that were equipped with illegal emissions software.

Where the investigation of BMW goes from here is anyone’s guess, but even if the automaker does escape any penalties, the mere fact that it got investigated is a huge blow to its reputation. And, just when we thought we’d seen the worst of this wide-ranging scandal, there are apparently a lot more skeletons in the closet.

References


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PostHeaderIcon BMW’s Offensive Against Tesla Strengthens as it Plans to Unveil the iX3, iNext, and i4 This Year

It’s easy to imagine why BMW is in the headlines a lot these days. The German automaker just had its annual press conference, and one of the most important revelations involved the expected arrival of a number electric concept vehicles this year. BMW chairman Harald Kruger announced that expected arrivals in 2018 include a pure electric crossover, called the iX3, the i4 (which will be based on the i Vision Dynamics,) and the company’s technology flagship, the iNEXT.


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“It does make sense for the automaker to start rolling out its all-electric plans because it still has a long way to go before it can catch up to what Tesla is already doing today.”

If it wasn’t clear before that BMW had an all-electric offensive in the works, chairman Harald Kruger made that emphatically clear in the press conference. It does make sense for the automaker to start rolling out its all-electric plans because it still has a long way to go before it can catch up to what Tesla is already doing today.

Basically, Kruger touched on the concepts that we can expect to see over the course of the next nine months. Without going into the nitty-gritty, Kruger disclosed plans to roll out the iX3 concept, which is essentially a preview model for the all-electric X3 that’s expected to hit the market in 2020. It also happens to be the first all-electric BMW to hit the streets, so it also has that distinction going for it.


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“In addition to the iX3, Bimmer is also bringing the i Vision Dynamics to life as the BMW i4”

In addition to the iX3, Bimmer is also bringing the i Vision Dynamics to life as the BMW i4 after unveiling it as a concept at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show.

Then there’s the iNEXT, the car that Bimmer execs have the highest hope for, hence its label as the company’s “new technology flagship.” There’s no word yet on what kind of car we’re dealing with here, but recent reports indicated that it will also take the shape of an SUV, on top of carrying a maximum range of 435 miles as part of its flagship offerings. There’s no specific timetable for the iNEXT’s launch, but Kruger did say that it’s going to arrive sometime in 2021.

Do the math, and that’s three all-new electric models that BMW already has in the pipeline. That’s two crossovers (maybe one SUV) and a sedan that will make up BMW’s first wave of all-electric offerings. These models may still be a few years in the making, but expect BMW to make good use of all that time to finally succeed where it failed with the i5.

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PostHeaderIcon Some of You Don’t Understand Why BMW Needs an X8 SUV, So Let Me School You Right Quick

The idea of an X8 SUV didn’t take long to manifest once we heard confirmation about an X7, but now that there’s word that BMW is considering such a much, some of you have gone into hater mode hard. The worst part is that some of you are the same ones that went batshit crazy happy over the 8-Series Gran Coupe and the Mercedes-AMG
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The truth is that the X8 falls under the same category – there are always going to be customers with deep pockets that want more. That fact, if you remember correctly, is the exact reason why Mercedes decided to do the AMG GT 4-Door, as “customers drove the C or E63 and wanted more.” But, the need for an X8 goes much deeper than that because it always does, doesn’t it?

Two Words: Flagship SUV


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Sure, the X7 is going to fill up the “large SUV” niche that BMW is missing out on with the X6. Some are suggesting that the X8 would take on more of a slanted roof which might make a little more sense, but don’t get it twisted – the X8 won’t be an oversized, jacked up coupe. It will have a sportier, slanted roof, but it’s also there to represent the best of the best in the lineup. It will be the most expensive in the lineup, and it will be able to take on some serious contenders like the Land Rover Range Rover and the Bentley Bentayga and take things a step further.

It’s Probably Not for you to Drive, Guy


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The truth is, a vehicle like the X8 isn’t one you buy to drive. No, if you’re buying an X8, you’re one of those guys with too much money (and hopefully responsibility) to focus on driving yourself. So, you get your Jeeves, Billy, of James to do the dirty work while you hang out in the back sipping on overpriced scotch, watching the money market and making calls like a boss, because that’s your life. And, that’s exactly what the X8’s purpose will be.

The Interior Will be Fit for Kings, at Least in the Rear

The front of the cabin will probably be identical to that of the X7, for the most part, while the rear will be lush and packed to the brim with the finest materials matched to an incredible amount of passenger room. It’ll have reclining seats, leg rests, big screen TVs, and four seats faced toward each other for those “business meetings.” BMW will pull out all the stops. We’re talking about wine and champagne chillers, BMW-branded crystal glasses, fragrance dispensers, watch cubbies. Pretty much anything Bentley, Rolls-Royce, and Land Rover have ever offered on a whole new scale.

The LWB is for Luxury, the SWB Model Will Kill Land Rover and Bentley


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So far, I’ve been a little biased in assuming that the X8 will be built primarily for wealthy folk to ride around for a while, feeling special about their life. But, that’s not the only purpose of the X8. Nope. That badge will also get thrown onto a short wheelbase that will be designed specifically to take on the Bentley Bentayga and Land Rover Range Rover, and I’m talking about the range-topping models, too. In this form, it’ll probably get that massive 6.6-liter V-12 from the BMW 7 Series because f**k your emissions laws. It’ll have at least 601 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque and could even be tuned to deliver a little more just to really stick it to the competition. AWD is pretty much a certainty while it’ll we get all of the latest goodies from M-sport as well.

Yeah, You Probably Can’t Afford It Anyway


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Remember when I said that it wasn’t for you to drive? Well, even if you want the SWB version, you’re probably not going to be able to afford it. This thing will command six figures right out of the gate and easily approach the $300,000 mark without batting an eye. Furthermore, it will be one of those models that’s probably built to order and fully customizable. Oh yeah, and guess what, a lot of markets probably won’t get it. China is a guaranteed market as folks over there, specifically businessmen, love to be hauled around. The U.S. and parts of Europe will have it available, but don’t expect to walk onto a lot, sign off on a stack of paperwork, and drive away.

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PostHeaderIcon Geely Had Eyes For BMW Before Buying Daimler Stock

Geely’s purchase of $9 billion in Daimler shares made it the biggest shareholder in the German automaker. But before Geely chairman and founder Li Shufu rose to become the largest single shareholder at Mercedes-Benz, he apparently had his eyes on the German automaker’s biggest rival, BMW. A report from German news outlet Spiegel revealed that Geely was actually in talks with Bimmer executives. According to the report, Geely promised BMW better access to the Chinese market in exchange for co-operative sharing of electric car technology between the two brands.


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“The recent report once again puts into focus Geely’s aggressive expansion plans”

As we all know, the BMW-Geely partnership never amounted to anything because Bimmer ultimately decided to strike a deal with another Chinese automaker, Great Wall. Talks between Geely and BMW apparently go back to 2016, so it happened before the Chinese company had any meaningful talks with Daimler. It’s unclear if Daimler is going to feel a little slighted with being Geely’s “fallback” option, but the two sides seem to be happy to have a deal in place. In fact, Reuters reported late last month that a contingent of Geely executives already went to Germany to meet with their counterparts in Daimler.

The recent report once again puts into focus Geely’s aggressive expansion plans. In this decade alone, the largest privately owned Chinese automaker has purchased Volvo, Lotus, and the London Taxi Cab Company. It also started its own electric car brand, Lynk & Co., and bought startup flying car manufacturer Terrafugia. In addition to its failed overtures with BMW, the company also had talks with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles last year over the possibility of a buyout.


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“Chinese automaker has purchased Volvo, Lotus, and the London Taxi Cab Company”

All of this is part of Li’s plan to become a major player in the auto industry. “No current car industry player is likely to win this battle against the invaders from outside without friends,” he said. “To achieve and assert technological leadership, one has to adopt a new way of thinking in terms of sharing and combining strength. My investment in Daimler reflects this vision.”

That much is clear now, but what if Geely and BMW struck a deal first? Would that have affected the company’s purchase of Daimler stock? We’ll probably never know the answer to that question, but what Geely has achieved in the last few years is still impressive. Here’s to hoping that all of its investments work in some form or capacity.

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PostHeaderIcon BMW M8 GTE – Detailed Look at Design

I know, I know, the only BMW M8 you guys care about is the M8 Gran Coupe. But that car still has ways to go before becoming real. So for now the Bavarians want to keep up amused with tales of the BMW M8 GTE, the racing cousin to the production M8. This time we go in-depth on the design of the car in an interview with Michael Scully, Head of Design BMW Motorsport.

If we’re honest, we don’t much dig the livery they’ve chosen for the 2018 BMW M8 GTE. But the car itself is an absolute stunner. The race is, of course, closely related, aesthetically, to the production M8 Coupe. So the handsome look you are seeing here will be replicated on the car you will be able to buy in about year. Well, everything sans the massive aero parts and air ducts and wheels. But the headlights, the taillights, the kidney grilles, and the profile will be pretty much identical to this. And that is awesome news.

Mr. Scully, the BMW M8 GTE has been built to compete in the toughest endurance races around the globe. Why do you think the look of the car is important? Michael Scully: “When a car like the BMW M8 GTE debuts publically before a flagship production car such as the BMW 8 Series, the continuity of performance and design character are of heightened importance because the race car plays such an active role in helping to shape and communicate the essence of the new BMW 8 Series. Race cars are typically known to be functionally-driven objects, and I love when a vehicle is so focused: they have an innate, authentic expression of what they do. That visual communication is more subjective than a stopwatch however, and as a designer, I’m interested in both the absolute performance of the vehicle, and what character its shape and graphics communicate. Having synergies between those elements is sometimes highly challenging, but it’s also what I find most rewarding in design.”

As a designer, does this balance of function and emotion bring compromise or structure? Scully: “It’s a two-way street. The criteria of functional requirements help structure the design process and give us something to respond to. Trying to find innovative, clever solutions in response to that framework is, for me, what being a designer is all about. Without those constraints, the creative process could be considered to be solely an artistic thing: essentially producing sculpture, for example. Uniting the essential BMW design DNA with the functional and regulatory requirements in the development process is for me, where the creative dynamic really begins.”

In which way does design show the character of a car? And what is the character of the BMW M8 GTE? Scully: “I think we have created a focused, determined expression with the BMW M8 GTE. The car has a formidable presence, and this is partly due to its essential proportions sourced from the production car: It has the classic two-box proportion with long hood, and visual emphasis of mass on the rear wheels which make it, fundamentally, a sports car. As we added nearly 100mm to each side of the car, and with its explicit aerodynamic elements, the car overtly conveys its intent to win races. At the front of the car, we’ve taken the opportunity to pronounce the internal ducting of the kidneys with a bold colour application, and celebrate the purpose-driven aerodynamic shapes. Combined with the intense, forward-focused headlights and endurance racing-specific corner lights, the car has a highly determined expression… something that I feel is relevant to the purpose of the car.”

Your grandfather was an influential architecture historian. Do you think this is a co-incidence or do you believe you can inherit the language of shape and design? Scully: “My Granddad taught me that there is added significance when a building or an object acknowledges its context, and that designing in a situational vacuum is fruitless. An object can add positively to the human experience if conceived with an awareness of its surroundings. Sometimes this connection can be accomplished by directly referencing that environment; for example a house on a mountain range with the roofline gesturing to the mountains’ specific slopes, or sometimes by blatantly disavowing the existing surroundings to provoke a larger dialog. Both can be valuable depending on the specific instance, but making those deeper connections is a designer’s onus. I think that’s where I learned about finding relevance, meaning, and impact in an object or image.”

So, if the mountain range is the context for the building, the circuit is the context for the race car?  Scully: “Exactly. The context of a race car is the competitive arena. I’m captivated by objects that are built for competition use because they look, and are, so purposeful. As a result, they happen to send a very clear, visceral message of their intent.  For the BMW M8 GTE to be relevant in this context, modern, bold, and impactful shapes and graphics were in order, and I think the car succeeds in carrying those attributes forward to the world’s stage.”

What are the other challenges for a car race designer? Scully: “At BMW Design we use precise lines in conjunction with nuanced surfaces to achieve an interplay between the two, and lend a visual structure to the shape of the car. The regulations for the BMW M8 GTE however, forbid any kind of crisp lines being added to the surfaces; in fact, they require a minimum of a 50mm radius to any surface addition in many areas. This tends to necessitate very clunky, albeit legal shapes. With this project we were continuously looking for ways of maintaining the integrity, richness, and precision of the BMW 8 Series production car design, while also abiding by the regulations, and achieving our aerodynamic and packaging targets. One of the ways we have accomplished this is with inlets and outlets for the air in the bodywork: they perform critical functions, and also give a precision and structure back to the shape that could otherwise get a bit heavy.”

How did the relationship with your BMW 8 Series colleagues work?  Scully: “BMW Design’s leadership has obviously had a very active hand in the BMW 8 Series, and that also includes the GTE variant. Additionally, the exterior designer of the BMW Concept 8 Series is a good friend and co-worker of mine: understanding where he was coming from thematically was really helpful in maintaining continuity between the cars. We also had the chance to directly exchange ideas for the GTE, so in that sense it was a natural extension of the BMW 8 Series lineage. I see race cars and production cars at the BMW Group as having a two-way relationship: A lot of manufacturers promote how their race cars inform their production cars, and we do that too, but at BMW our production and concept cars also inform our race cars. And I think that’s what gives an authenticity to each of them.”

Do you have an example of that two-way relationship? Scully: “On the mirrors of the BMW M8 GTE, I was striving throughout the development process to get the iconic BMW ‘M hook’ that points back towards the centreline of the car integrated into the main housing of the mirror. It’s an element of our M production cars that really resonates with BMW purists. From my initial sketch with an underslung, cantilevered support, and in iterative collaboration with the aerodynamicists, we found some notable functional benefits from the shape of the mirror, particularly in the highly sculpted base: it’s something that really does positively affect the aerodynamic flow regime down the side of the car.  So with the mirrors we have a relationship where the race car’s functionality is improved, but the fundamental design vocabulary and direction is inspired from the production cars.”

What are your favourite parts of the BMW M8 GTE and why? Scully: “As I mentioned, I’m proud of the mirrors because they have an embedded aerodynamic function, carry the M iconography, and have a modern, purposeful expression. I also really like the front kidneys with their exposed interior surfaces for the specific care and feeding requirements of the race car. The kidneys evoke the history of BMW with the forward-leaning shark nose, and by opening them up with exposed internals, we reference that heritage in an entirely modern way.”

To sum it all up: Where does the BMW M8 GTE rank compared to the other BMW race cars you have worked on? Scully: “The BMW M8 GTE is truly distilled down to its essence. It is an efficient, competitive machine. It has a highly defined purpose, and a distinct, dynamic persona. For me, it’s the most elemental, determined car that we have ever built.”

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PostHeaderIcon BMW Will Help Build The World’s Fastest Drone

BMW has set its fair share of automotive records, but the German automaker is now setting its sights on a different kind of world record. In partnership with the Drone Racing League, Bimmer is going to help build the world’s fastest drone with the goal of breaking the current speed record of 163.5 mph. The extent of the collaboration wasn’t made specific, but a big part of it involves BMW lending its technical know-how and wind tunnel at its Aerodynamic Test Center to help the DRL break its own record.


“So while drone racing itself isn’t necessarily in BMW’s wheelhouse, technology and competition are very much are”

This is a cool partnership that we hope will end with a successful record-setting performance. BMW’s incentives here aren’t that great, but it is cool to see the German automaker get involved in something like this. “The partnership with DRL will enhance BMW’s racing involvement with future-oriented formats,” says Jörg Reimann, Head of BMW International Brand Experience. “Drone racing is a very competitive type of racing, characterized by the interplay of extremely high-performance material and digital technology. This represents an environment in which BMW has assumed a pioneering position for many years in its core business. We are very much looking forward to this collaboration and to the new event formats that we will be developing together with our partners.”

So while drone racing itself isn’t necessarily in BMW’s wheelhouse, technology and competition are very much are. The German automaker wants to be involved in that, and it’s pretty awesome that it is.


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“Bimmer is going to help build the world’s fastest drone with the goal of breaking the current speed record of 163.5 mph”

It’s also cool to see the Drone Racing League grow as big as it has in recent years. It was only founded in 2015, but in three years, it has established itself as the premier drone racing competition in the world. It has signed a deal with ESPN to broadcast its races, and now, it has BMW in the fold to help it break the world speed record for a drone. The partnership between the two companies will also come into play when the German automaker hosts the penultimate stage of the DRL’s 2018 season on July 28 at BMW Welt, the automaker’s own exhibition center in Munich, Germany. Proving the league’s popularity, that race will be broadcast in more than 75 different countries.

“We’re thrilled to be partnering with BMW, a world-class motorsports brand with a rich legacy of innovation,” said DRL CEO and founder, Nicholas Horbaczewski. ”We look forward to bringing the futuristic sport of drone racing to BMW Welt and putting our proprietary technology to the test to make history with BMW.”

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