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This time the drop-top BMW is out with its top in place.

Not much camo means the convertible hybrid sports car will be here soon.

New website 'certifies' local charging-station installers

BMW and California-based software maker QMerit collaborate on www.bmwcharging.com, which lists certified charging-station installers.

A JDM legend and a fast wagon will make the enthusiasts happy.

Hilarity ensues when a big, loud American is let loose in a German supercar at speed.

BMW is hoping the i3's longer range helps do the trick.

You in?

A crappy wrap and ghastly wheels don't flatter the hybrid sports car.

Austin Mahone's i8 is controversial, at best.

The German automaker says to expect more over the next five years.

More electric vehicles are coming soon, and so is autonomy.

Stop us if you've heard this one before.

Expect a refreshed i8 with a boost in horsepower and electric range.

That's a big bump over next year's 420-hp facelift.

More power than a Lamborghini Aventador SV and torque from 0 rpm.

Atieva does it again.

Atieva's Edna EV prototype van takes on unlikely contenders in a drag race once again.

Ditch the gasoline engine, gain more horsepower.

Electrified performance, up to nearly 540 horsepower.

When it arrives, it will showcase the 'next generation of electro-mobility.'

BMW board chairman Harald Kruger gives just a few small hints about what the iNext will look like.

Mid-life facelift will bring powertrain updates

The i8 is expected to have more than 400 horsepower after a mid-cycle facelift.

The BMW i8 and M4 drag race to decide whether the future of high-performance motoring is really quicker.

BMW is planning a self-driving EV called the iNext for the early 2020s.

BMW will produce an autonomous EV called the iNext early next decade, and it will grow its green vehicle lineup, too, including finally adding the i8 Roadster.

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