BMW needs little introduction. We all know the German automobile maker for their aggressive style and powerful engineering. A BMW is, after all, the Ultimate Driving Machine. With the new M3, the company continues a tradition of high performance and high design.
Bayerische Motoren Werke was founded in 1917. Over the next several decades, various automakers attempted to buy BMW, including Daimler-Benz. The company maintained its independent status and has gone on to purchase several major brands of its own, including Mini and Rolls-Royce. BMW has dedicated itself to continued development of the US market, exclusively manufacturing the Z3 Roadster and X5 SUV in the states since 1994.
February 13, 2013
Jam-packed with style, luxury and excitement, the 2013 BMW X1 xDrive28i will strike fear in the hearts of its competitors.
September 10, 2012
With the new X5 Sport Activity Vehicle, BMW took a great car with tremendous character and made it even better.
July 25, 2012
Boasting a top-notch interior and fun driving experience, the MINI Cooper Roadster delivers big in style and substance.
July 18, 2012
Those who long for a classic upscale roadster should take a look at the 2012 BMW Z4, because this car aims to please.
July 4, 2012
It may be pretty expensive, but the 2012 BMW 650i is for those seeking the very best in design, luxury and driving experience.
June 20, 2012
The 2012 BMW 128i Coupe is not only fun to drive, but it comes loaded with some really cool design innovations as well.
June 14, 2012
With the 2012 BMW 335i sedan, you know you're not just paying for a brand, but a smartly engineered machine.
February 1, 2012
The 2012 MINI Cooper S Coupe is a sporty and stylish two-seater that's a lot of fun to drive without breaking the bank.
November 21, 2011
The 2011 BMW 335is Coupe is the right mix between sport and luxury that proudly raises the bar for competitors.
June 16, 2011
The BMW 3-series hasn't changed much in recent years, and for good reason. Our 328i road test was a solid reminder of BMW's continued dominance in the luxury market.
March 15, 2011
You won't find any gimmicks with the BMW 335i. This car is built to drive, exuding the confidence BMW owners expect.
Sites worth visiting
BMW’s official site has all of the BMW experience you could expect. The typical vehicle showroom is there, but we really like the ‘Uniquely BMW’ section. It’s there you’ll find the behind-the-scenes info on the people making the cars. Read statements from designers and engineers and discover what makes a Bimmer tick.
BMW on Wikipedia
The BMW page at Wikipedia is a bit haphazard but still full of good information. Their treatment of the different models is particularly informative. They also sport a nomenclature section meant to help BMW converts make sense of the D’s and the I’s, the P’s and Q’s of BMW ownership.
The official BMW Motorsport gives the racing enthusiast everything he could need. From Formula to consumer level track racing, follow the BMW team you know and love. Be sure to use the event finder for the next track event near you.
Around the Blogosphere
BMW at Autoblog
If you aren’t reading Autoblog, you should be. Their BMW page is always up to the minute with news and reviews. Watch the future for BMW unfold with concepts and new model line releases.
Nope. This is not a BMW blog written by a guy named Ed. The ‘ed’ actually refers to the BMW European Delivery program. The BMW is self-explanatory. These self-proclaimed Bimmer fanatics always have the hot word from Deutschland on BMW and her competitors.
We usually expect a FAQ page to answer a bunch of questions that get asked on a regular basis. We don’t expect to find a well-written, regularly updated blog complete with pictures. Still, that’s what BMW FAQs delivers, and they do it in the crisp, clean style we so adore.
BMW Car Club of America
Founded in 1969, the BMW Car Club of America quickly grew to include chapters all over the country. Check out the regional map to find your local house of Bimmer worship. These guys have a loaded event calendar, great forums, and all sorts of technical info.
The BMW community is one of the best in the world, and certainly one of the best on the web. These forums are a testament to the commitment of BMW owners and enthusiasts. With more than 10 million posts, you’ll definitely find what you need here or get an answer in short order.
The ultimate forum site for the Ultimate Driving Machine. This site draws from several highly active forums in the BMW community to bring you the very best from enthusiasts around the world. They feature photo galleries of the newest models and spy shots.
BMW Opens Brand Center in Munich
BMW opened a new brand center last month in an effort to give consumers a further sense of attachment to their vehicle and the brand. The facility is part delivery center, part showroom, and part museum.
M3 Comes With Four Doors
As you’ve surely heard, the new M3 will be coming in a sedan version for the first time since the 1990’s. She reportedly handles like the coupe, just with two extra doors. Read on at AutoWeb for more info and specs.
BMW Sues Importer Over X5 Clone
BMW filed suit this September to prevent a German importer from selling the Shuanghuan Sceo. The Sceo reportedly shares the X5 derriere closely enough that BMW took interest. Strangely, they’re not suing Shuanghuan, just the German importer for the vehicle.