In a recent report (via Reuters), German publication Welt am Sonntag has disclosed that bigwig automaker BMW is planning to launch a redesigned next-generation BMW i3 electric vehicle in 2017.
According to the report, the redesigned i3 electric vehicle being planned by BMW for launch next year will boast an updated design of both its front and rear ends, and a longer range as compared to the previous i3 models.
The 2016 BMW M2 is at its entry-level but no doubt it one of the highly anticipated models from the popular brand this year. Along with that, it is also counts among the most hyped cars of the year.
The BMW M2 is a successor to the much adored 1M. It is designed with a 3.0-liter engine. The chassis of this car is tuned by M Division of the car maker.
According to the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), bigwig German automaker BMW is recalling over 156,000 cars and SUVs in the US due to engine stall issues.
The problem which has prompted the recall by BMW either causes the engine of the affected vehicles to lose power or stops the engine completely.
Beginning with the deliveries this November, BMW has launched BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe at all the dealerships across India.
The Sedan is available with diesel engine and is priced at Rs 86,40,000. First four-door Coupe in the history of BMW Gran Coupe, the car was rebuilt with art and life into it. The model was disclosed at a fashion show `Visions of Beauty' led by Manish Malhotra in Mumbai.
The German auto car maker which is known for its precise technology put in the making of cars, is recalling over 1.3 million cars sold from the year of 2003 onwards up till 2010. The affected cars being recalled are 5 series and 6 series BMWs.
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