New 1 Series remains a driver's car at heart but offers much more in the way of technology and refinement.
BMW has revealed the production version of its iX3 electric SUV, the second fully electric model from the brand.
BMW is launching a ‘digital key’ that will enable customers to use their iPhone to lock, unlock and drive their car.
Number of sales channels cut from nine to two as part of new strategy
Fleet News surveyed major manufacturers to find out how they were responding to the coronavirus pandemic. This is BMW's response.
Drivers 'more likely' to consider electric rather than the growing list of RDE2-compliant cars, which avoid the 4% diesel company car tax surcharge.
BMW has introduced a new eDrive Zone feature on its plug-in hybrid (PHEV) models, which allows the car to automatically switch to EV mode in city centres.
BMW’s X2 xDrive25e plug-in hybrid is to offer an electric-only range of 33 miles and CO2 emissions from 38g/km.
BMW has updated the 5 Series with new-look front end, enhanced infotainment and expanded range of powertrains.
A test of 20 in-car infotainment systems has found BMW’s latest Live Cockpit Professional system to be the easiest to use.
BMW is continuing to develop hydrogen powered cars, as part of a collaboration with Toyota.
Skoda and BMW have joined the growing number of manufacturers who have closed factories due to the coronavirus pandemic.
BMW took a risk in developing its latest 1 Series without the brand’s trademark rear-wheel drive layout, but it paid off.
The new hybrid-only Toyota Rav4 impressed judges at this year’s Fleet News Awards for its balance of running costs, practicality and efficiency.
BMW has showcased its latest i4 Concept ahead of the launch of a fully electric production version next year.
BMW is introducing a 330e Touring (estate) alongside the option of xDrive all-wheel-drive on its 3 Series plug-in hybrid.
BMW will introduce a new mild-hybrid diesel engine in the 320d, reducing its CO2 emissions from 110g/km to 105g/km (NEDC correlated).
Stratstone BMW and MINI hires five new members of staff.
BMW and Daimler pull car-sharing services from multiple markets, including UK and North America, blaming rising infrastructure costs and "low adoption rates".
Pair blame the “volatile state of the global mobility landscape” and rising infrastructure costs.
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