Bloggers we may be, but we're still fans of good old fashioned long-form journalism – or what passes for it in this day and age. Yes, digital attention deficit disorder and the failing fortunes of print publishing have combined to largely neuter the art form, but there are still some publications willing to think high concept and go out and spend some shoe-leather on stories.
BMW 3 Series Touring spy shots – Click above for high-res image gallery
This has been sitting in the queue for a day because we thought we had covered it a couple weeks ago. We were operating under the assumption the pricing of the BMW 3-Series Coupe that "leaked" out was accurate. It wasn't. It was close, but a few clams short of what the actual MSRPs will be. The 335i coupe with the 300-horse twin-turbo six will start at $41,295 (not $40,600), the 328i Coupe will begin a
An astute Autoblog reader noticed what may be either a simple typo or a nugget of M-formation regarding the next M3 by BMW. WorldCarFans recently rounded up all the latest and greatest spy shots and provides a rundown of what's known about the next super 3-Series, but says in the last sentence, "It will come in saloon, coupe, cabrio and estate guise." Unless they've altered the European lexicon for auto-related terms, an estate still equals a wagon. If it's true, we say right on as we're still a
German car mag Autobild has just placed its bet on what BMW's future lineup will look like by the end of the decade. Leading off will be a new large hardtop convertible, a successor to the Z8 if you will. While Autobild's rendering is mostly speculation, it clearly identifies the car as a meaty two-seater with a traditio
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The second annual World Car of the Year award will go to one of three finalists, announced this week -- the BMW 3-series, the Mazda MX-5 and the Porsche Cayman S. Twenty seven new vehicles from around the world were in the running, and after narrowing those down to just three, KPMG, which oversees the counting of the ballots, will draw the winner at the New York Auto Show next week.
The website GermanCarFans is now hosting five BMW spy shots that feature the 3-Series convertible (plus artist’s rendering), as well as the Z4 M Coupe in full showroom trim. The shots of the convertible reveal a three-piece folding hardtop and a distinct front end styling treatment to set off the open-air version from its claustrophobic counterpart.