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BMW will introduce the i4 and iNext EVs in 2020 and 2021, but the cars that kicked off BMW's i electric subbrand — the i3 and i8 — may not have a future beyond their current generation.
Cadillac will realign its product portfolio and get operations in order before releasing a "halo vehicle."
Faurecia has won a contract to provide seating for 6 million BMW Group vehicles, the French supplier's largest ever in terms of volume.
By joining forces, BMW Group and Daimler AG, two of the auto industry's fiercest competitors, aim to become a mobility powerhouse.
The Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office launched an investigation into an accidental death at the paint shop in BMW's assembly plant in South Carolina.
BMW joined the growing list of carmakers sued by drivers in the United States for installing software designed to cheat diesel-emissions tests.
Waymo to add as many as 20,000 electric Jags; BMW sued over diesel emissions; NTSB probes Tesla crash; New Lexus UX offers connectivity, subscriptions; Hyundai union raps trade move.
BMW plans to begin a car-subscription pilot in Tennessee next week, joining other automakers experimenting with new ownership models as ride hailing and smartphones upend traditional retailing.
BMW executives say they are counting on the X2 to conquest buyers from other brands and become a substantial part of the automaker's business.
A quick look at the 2018 BMW X2 product details
With more new and updated vehicles to launch this year, BMW is increasing its overall U.S. marketing outlays in 2018.
BMW of North America and its dealers are working this year to come up with compromises on several contested policies as the parties continue to work on rebuilding their relationship.
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