Drivers can expect more from the new BMW X5; more functionality, more space and more adventures. The design makes a powerful statement with enlarged one-piece kidney grille, which has a hexagonal design, is paired with a sculptured bonnet, and gives the iconic front a new lease of life.
Other standout features include the short overhang, a compact wheelbase, and a noticeably more upright appearance. And when combined with the elegant roofline, it’s grandeur and sportiness is in perfect harmony.
Arriving November 2018...
The BMW Concept X7 iPerformance is due to be unveiled at the IAA Cars 2017 show in Frankfurt with it’s debut expected in 2018. The X7 combines luxury with space and power. The Concept’s iPerformance badge denotes the presence of groundbreaking BMW eDrive technology allied with a BMW TwinPower Turbo petrol engine to create an exceptionally efficient and dynamic plug-in hybrid powertrain that excels in all driving situations – including running with zero local emissions.
Presenting a long and sleek silhouette, the 8-series’ sportiness can be felt through elements such as the wide arches and aggressive front bumper that have been developed alongside the M8 GTE racing car. Also developed in parallel with the racing car, BMW have implemented unseen elements such as a totally flat underside in order to ensure even better performance.
Capable of reaching 62mph from a standstill in just 3.7 seconds and a limited top speed of 155mph, the new range-topping BMW M850i is powered by BMW’s sensational 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8.
The BMW M2 has long been praised by Journalists and experts across the globe as an incredible sports coupe, but have you ever felt like it lacked when it came to power, performance or aesthetic aggression? Well, if so, the all-new BMW M2 Competition is for you – more power, even more performance and even more aggression.
Building upon a platform that was named Top Gear Magazine’s Coupe of the Year in 2016, BMW have taken the M2 and given it a ‘complete reworking’ to make it even more aggressive in the realms of power, performance and style. With an entirely new engine that is based upon the power unit used in the BMW M3 and M4 as the centrepiece of this transformation, the new M2 Competition truly deserves its title as a compact high-performance sports car.