BMW's Frank Van Meel says that by the end of the next decade, all BMW M models will have electrified tech in them.
The XTS will go away, while Cadillac plans ATS and CTS replacements
The i4 four-door coupe wasn't the only BMW electric vehicle confirmed today. As reported by Auto Express, the 2020 BMW iX3 will also be part of BMW's next-decade "product offensive," confirming what we already suspected about the brand's first full-electric SUV. The increasingly electrifying carmaker plans to offer 25 electrified models by 2025.
The BMW i Vision Dynamics concept unveiled at last year's Frankfurt Motor Show previewed what a production full-electric four-door might look like. Now, BMW has confirmed that a production version will indeed arrive by 2020 and that it will have Tesla-beating range.
Last year, Chinese carmaker Geely upped its stake in Lotus to a majority, recently investing more money into the British brand. Now, talking with Automotive News, CEO Jean-Marc Gales says Geely has approved three new models: two sports cars and the third an SUV.
Volkswagen is about to introduce a new compact crossover that will slot underneath the Tiguan, and it won't be sold in Europe. Using the MQB platform, Volkswagen will start building the "Volks-SUV," as it's nicknamed in-house, in China first.
The car will share much with the new BMW Z4.
The Polestar 2 should be revealed by late 2019.
The company has recovered from the diesel scandal well enough that selling the Italian motorcycle brand can be taken off the table.
The company revealed its final concept version in Dubai, and its American-made engine hits 5,000 hp on a dyno.
It doesn't even have a name.
Cadillac boss Johan de Nysschen puts the kibosh on the killing talk.
"The compact car family is going to be extended," AMG Chairman Tobias Moers confirmed.
80 mph Autosteer requires camera calibration to work.
They are working on autonomous technology any automaker could use off the shelf.
For now, launching the brand in USA is too hard.
The driver's special for Bimmer enthusiasts.