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Rear steering, water injection, eight-speed automatic also rumored


Sportscars, electric cars, and even a luxury vehicle or two

The average American drives over 13,000 miles per year, but some cars barely ever get those miles put on them. Here are the least-driven vehicles in America.


This is what you get with an M4 engine in an M2

Today's big BMW news is that photos of the upcoming BMW M2 Competition have leaked on the internet. The M2 Competition will replace the 365-horsepower single-turbo M2, and it gets the twin-turbo 3.0-liter straight six from the M3 and M4, albeit detuned slightly to 410 horsepower on this occasion.


Two price tiers and unlimited vehicle swapping

BMW has officially launched its new vehicle subscription service, becoming the latest automaker to embrace the more flexible alternative to traditional leasing. It's called Access by BMW, and it'll offer a selection of vehicles in two tiers via a new mobile app or dedicated website.


Only 300 total will be sold worldwide.

It's a very limited-edition car, especially in yellow.


Every vehicle is being considered.

That includes both M and M Performance models.


Yes, it's coming to the US market.

Consider this a mix of the Competition package and the hardcore M4 GTS.


Surprise, there are few differences between the US and global cars.

New lighting, suspension, and exterior changes.


New tech, better handling says BMW.

BMW is addressing some of the 4 Series' handling imperfections at facelift time.


Set the temperature to auto, Mike says. Greg disagrees.

This week we take a look at the LA Auto Show, talk about the Chevy Cruze Hatchback and BMW M4, and set the record straight on how to use automatic climate control.


Tonight on The Grand Tour, Richard almost gets hit by a BMW, and the trio try new methods of communication.

Spy Shots

Mid-cycle refresh should give the M4 get OLED taillights and full LED headlights.

Spy Shots

Prototype hints towards a tweener model that can still dominate at the track.


Race-ready out of the box.

BMW will follow up the successful E92 M3 GT4 with the M4 GT4. Testing starts this year to be ready for the 2018 season.

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