While it was an early EV pioneer with the little M3, BMW fell behind rivals like Tesla and Mercedes-Benz in recent years. Now it’s making up for lost time rolling out an assortment of all-electric models, including versions of its iconic 5 Series and 7 Series lines. To get insight into the Bavarian automaker’s EV strategy Headlight.News caught up with Shaun Bugbee, executive vice president of Operations for BMW of North America during a visit to Spartanburg, South Carolina, home of the automaker’s U.S. manufacturing center.
Few things make the heart race as much as a stylish, sexy two-seater. And since fewer are being made, it’s important to appreciate the ones that remain, like the 2023 BMW Z4 M40i. With a strong powerplant, excellent handling and the right amount of technology, this pocket model is a must drive. Get the full review at Headlight.News.
It was way back in March when BMW first teased the launch of the second-generation X2, the most recent addition to its lineup of Sport Activity Vehicles. While its not set to make its formal debut at the Japan Mobility Show in Tokyo later this month, the Bavarian automaker is pulling the wraps off the 2024 BMW X2 ahead of time.
There’s a joke about hydrogen always being the fuel of the future, but BMW’s putting some immediacy to hydrogen fuel cells with its iX5 Hydrogen. Headlight.News put it through its paces recently, read on for the review.