The lovely BMW CS four-door coupe isn’t dead yet. Or at least, its spirit lives on even though an actual production-car version of the CS concept was canned a few months back.
Tag Archives: BMW
I’ve just returned from having a privileged early poke at BMW’s 5 Series Gran Turismo, a bizarre cross-breed of 5, X5 and 7 Series, with a bit of X6 thrown in for the cod coupe styling.
The band is about to stop in the big game of Manufacturer Musical Chairs, and Fiat – having already snapped up Chrysler – looks set to get its hands on GM Europe too.
Next year Lexus will have a crack at the Audi A3 and BMW 1-series. You’ll see a concept version of the car at this autumn’s Frankfurt show. The big news is that, like the new RX SUV, it’ll be hybrid-only. Hybrid is to Lexus what high-boost diesel is to the Germans. Big performance, low thirst. […]
First, get used to the idea of Aston Martin relaunching the old-school Lagonda brand. Then swallow hard at this super-luxo Lagonda Concept itself, a posh BMW X6-alike which is deadly serious for production in 2012. Then prepare for another shock: it’s the sort of bastard half-cousin of a Mercedes GL.
Another wave of catastrophic car-company news this morning, as Honda closes its Swindon plant for a staggering four months. Look around the industry and you see that even the golden boys are in the cack.
Winner of the Question No One Asked Award… You have to hand it to BMW. Just as the world is collectively made redundant, the world economy decides to commit very public suicide and everyone suddenly decides to pay forensic attention to C02 emissions, they launch the X6; an SAV that defines the notion of conspicuous […]
It seems incredible now we look back on it, but 2008 started in a fairly ordinary way. The Foreman spent his time trying to work out what the car companies would do next. By the year’s end, it was all about working out which one of them would survive.
Most Talked About
Most Popular Tags