Saturday, October 24


Automotive, BMW, electric car, News

BMW is working to electrify the 5 Series car

BMW is working on expanding its electrified fleet of vehicles, and one of the newest additions will be an all-electric 5 Series. The German car company plans to lower its overall emissions footprint, according to Reuters. This includes emissions from both its cars and factories. The company plans to have over seven million electrified cars on the road, with two-thirds being fully-electric. The remaining third will be hybrids. It’s also worth mentioning that this goal extends throughout all the brands in the BMW Group, including Mini, BMW and Rolls Royce. Starting in 2021, BMW is going to have five electric cars to choose from — the Mini Cooper SE, BMW i3, BMW iX3, BMW iNEXT and BMW i4. Following that fleet, the carmaker plans to ha...
SiriusXM With 360L To Debut in BMW Vehicles This Summer – Canadian Auto World
360L, BMW, Industry News, SiriusXM

SiriusXM With 360L To Debut in BMW Vehicles This Summer – Canadian Auto World

SiriusXM and BMW announced that SiriusXM with 360L will be available to BMW customers for the first time in most of the 2021 BMW model year vehicles starting with July production. The SiriusXM with 360L platform will be making its BMW debut in model year 2021 BMWs, including the 2 Series Gran Coupé, 3 Series, 4 Series, 5 Series, 8 Series, X3, X4, X5, X6, X7 and Z4 Roadsters. The first BMW models equipped with SiriusXM with 360L are expected to be available later this summer. SiriusXM with 360L combines satellite and streaming content delivery into a single, cohesive in-vehicle entertainment experience, upgrading the way the subscriber interacts with the service by providing more choice in entertainment than ever before. SiriusXM with 360L gives drivers and passengers access to more tha...
auction, BMW, M3, News

1988 BMW M3 with 8,000-mile odometer auctions for US$250,000

A fun game to play with your gearhead buddies is spitballing what might be the Next Big Thing in collector car circles. Fox-body Mustangs and the Integra Type R have recently become popular fodder for such conversations. Now, thanks to a sky-high auction price, we can go ahead and add the vaunted BMW M3 to that list.Specifically, the E30-gen M3, an example of which just hammered away for a quarter-million bucks. Bearing just 8,000 miles on its Bavarian odometer, this M3 looks as if it just rolled out of the factory in Germany. Modifications were held to the tasteful and restrained, a welcome departure from the myriad of M3s that have been hacked apart in the name of autocross or track days.Bidding for the car started strong, as one would expect for a well-regarded performance mo...