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BMW iNext EV teased with massive dash-wide screen

The unit will serve as the instrument panel, control display, and infotainment system all in one.

BMW’s biggest dealers to open Volvo showrooms this year

Volvo Cars sales in Malaysia have never been better with demand in the past 12 months being more than just impressive.

Painter transforms BMW i8 into artistic experiment

The artist refers to his work as an automobile sculpture and artistic experiment in form and colour.

BMW CEO’s future in doubt as tensions erupt on tackling shift

Questions are surfacing within BMW's supervisory board members as to whether Harald Krueger should remain as Chief Executive Officer for the next term.

BMW CEO defends record after first automaking loss in decade

For the second half the year, BMW expects business to improve due to the launch of revamped and new car models.

Free 1-year extra warranty on new BMW and Mini Malaysia vehicles

The additional free one-year warranty for service and repair apply to new vehicles purchased from today until June 30.

BMW profit slumps on weaker markets, US$1.6 billion provision

Excluding the provision, earnings at the carmaker’s main unit fell by 42% to 1.1 billion euros.

Geely ‘no’, BMW ‘yes’ to electric vehicles in Malaysia but why?

This question deserves an answer especially since our PM wants a national car programme that is fully electric.

BMW to recall 360,000 China cars over Takata airbags

The BMW announcement came as global carmakers were gathered for the Shanghai Auto Show amid a rare sales slump.

BMW i3 car-sharing service launched in Warsaw

The new Innogy go! car-sharing service will help Warsaw reduce the number of private cars on the road and reduce traffic emissions.

‘BMW, Daimler, VW broke antitrust rules’

The EU said the three automotive giants had meetings to rig competition in emissions technology.

Trump wants BMW, Mercedes to be made in US

The US president says Europe carmakers can avoid tariffs on cars if they build more plants in the US.

BMW warns of profit slump, sets US$14 billion savings plan

The German luxury carmaker is responding by stepping up a savings program with plans to cull models, reduce development times by as much as one third and hold the workforce steady this year.

BMW blames trade headwinds, emissions tests for weaker 2018

The group's bottom line also suffered as it was ordered to recall over a million diesel cars to replace faulty components.

BMW is biggest US automotive exporter by value for 5th year

BMW's US export report comes at a time when US President Donald Trump has threatened to saddle imported cars and auto parts with steep tariffs of up to 25%.

BMW cleared of ‘Dieselgate’ issues

It has been found the BMW Group didn't alter the emissions of their cars but made a technical mistake with emission standards applicable to 8,000 cars.

BMW, Daimler to invest 1 billion euros in joint carsharing scheme

BMW and Daimler are said to organise their business around five joint ventures.

Is Tesla a cult? A dealer wonders as Musk takes bite...

Tesla is eschewing a traditional dealership network in favour of direct sales from its stores and through online ordering.

BMW X3 and X4 join Motorsport Series

Production of both the BMW X3 M and X4 M is scheduled to begin this April with market availability beginning in September.

2020 Alpina B7 gets refreshed V8, 205 mph top speed

This souped-up model has been enhanced to achieve a top speed of 205 mph with a 0 mph to 60 mph acceleration time of 3.6 seconds.

BMW Malaysia’s sales grew 13% in 2018

The BMW brand saw 12,008 new owners in Malaysia in 2018.

Mercedes still world’s number 1, third year running

Sales of Mercedes cars rise 0.9% to 2.31 million, lifted by the introduction of the new A-Class model.

Rolls-Royce: Brexit could idle car plant if one part is missing

Rolls-Royce is also preparing for a no-deal split on March 29 by training suppliers in new import procedures, bringing forward an annual production halt to the first two weeks of April.

Italy fines car finance cartel 678 million euros

Top car makers and their respective banks which offer financing to vehicle purchasers were found guilty of running a financing cartel.