It's no surprise that the 2015 BMW 740Ld xDrive is a comfortable cruiser, but the big Bimmer handles like a much smaller sport sedan.
The following cars represent the most technically advanced available.
Don't call it an SUV. BMW's 567-horsepower "sport activity vehicle" defies the laws of physics on one of America's greatest race circuits.
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BMW's most affordable convertible gets some major revisions for 2015 and looks great inside and out.
At a starting price of $38,850 the 228i Convertible is hardly cheap, but it is a beauty.
While far from the most practical, BMW's X6 M is one of the fastest SUVs on the market. It's just as comfortable on the track as it is off.
More mobile gadget than compact car, there's nothing on the road that looks like the 2014 BMW i3.
The 2015 BMW X4's odd design may narrow its appeal, but it holds up the BMW reputation for excellent handling, and its dashboard electronics include the widest range of connected features in the business.
The BMW 7 Series is a big comfortable sedan, but this 2015 740Ld is even longer and even more comfy.
The 2014 BMW i3 looks and feels like the compact car of the future, but its high price tag will be a huge sticking point for thrifty small-EV drivers.
BMW shows off anticollision technology that applies the brakes for a driver, even if they're flooring the gas pedal. Though it will likely be several years before the tech is widely available, CNET's Kara Tsuboi gets behind the wheel to test it out.