Founded in 1916, this Munich, Germany-based automaker has grown to be a global powerhouse. Under its Ultimate Driving Machine mantra, BMW created the blueprint for the modern sport sedan. More recently, this full-line luxury manufacturer of cars and SUVs launched its i sub-brand of sustainable performance and city cars.
It's the first company to put both mobility options in a single app.
The third-generation crossover doesn't change it up much, and that's a good thing.
iDrive 6.0 is a good system, but has a hard time with smartphone integration.
The third generation of the practical crossover is still a good choice for drivers who want comfort and that coveted BMW badge.
The vehicles will be produced as part of two separate joint ventures.
If this doesn't make Mercedes, Porsche, VW and Audi nervous, it probably should.
If the M850i is the base model, it’s only going to get more expensive from here.
BMW's 2018 i3s is quicker and more nimble, but the extra performances come at a cost.