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Still mixed on the looks, but we generally enjoyed BMW's smallest SUV.
It looks and feels like the future.
The steering and suspension tweaks improve control and composure
BMW's performance coupe is starting to show its age
Surprisingly fun to drive on the street and even at the race track.
Behind the wheel of BMW's ragtop Hail Mary effort
It has exquisite balance, responds accurately and quickly to steering inputs, and its performance envelope takes both gentle and heavy-handed drivers and gives them similar point-to-point speed, no frights, and lets them gorge on giggles.
The long-awaited, much-discussed BMW X7 finally enters the home stretch. Barely four months away from the start of production, BMW brought six early X7 prototypes to the Spartanburg, South Carolina, plant that will build the new crossover, and invited a small group to sample the driving dynamics. Munich's other full-sized SUV hopes to prove itself the lively, luxurious, and laudable answer to the question, "What took so long?"
Alpina was founded in Germany in 1965. The company has close ties with BMW, as close as any tuner or aftermarket company really could have. In fact, the German government recognizes Alpina as a manufacturer, not just an aftermarket tuner. In the US, Alpina cars are sold with full warranties through BMW dealers. Techs are fully trained to work on these cars.
A Jack of all trades – in a good way.
It must've startled the neighbors. Heck, it startled me. The 2018 BMW X3 M40i is a far louder car than you'd expect, with a warbling buzz of an exhaust note that sliced through the otherwise placid Portlandian morning. I sheepishly looked around for someone in an Outback sneering at the Phytonic Blue BMW brashly announcing its presence.
More than just a small power increase.
Say hello to the fastest M5 ever made.