Category Archives: BMW

All Grown Up: The New MINI Clubman

image131638_b

The evolution of the MINI range continues with the arrival of the new MINI Clubman.
Introducing a new shooting brake-inspired concept to the premium compact segment, the new Clubman makes considerable advances over its predecessor, offering spaciousness, practicality and trademark MINI driving fun.
Starting from $34,900*, the new MINI Clubman is available in two variants, the three-cylinder, 1.5 litre Cooper and four-cylinder, 2.0 litre Cooper S, with both models accompanied by a raft of features as standard equipment.
General Manager, MINI Australia, Kai Bruesewitz, said the arrival of the versatile new Clubman continues the ongoing renewal of the MINI product range.
“Since 1969, the MINI Clubman has stood alongside our hatch models as an enduring symbol of this famous brand,” Bruesewitz said. Continue reading All Grown Up: The New MINI Clubman

The BMW i3 turns two. Time for an interim review

image128051_b

In Germany the BMW i3 has been the best-selling electric car since it was launched. In the worldwide ranking it stands third.

Munich. Two years after it went on sale, the BMW i3 has established itself at the pinnacle of its segment worldwide. In Germany, one in every four electrically-powered vehicles sold since then has been a BMW i3, globally it is one in 10. In the listings of the most popular EV models, the BMW i3 occupies third place on a world-wide basis since its market launch in November 2013. The most important single market for the all-electric five-door is the USA, where it ranks third as well. In Norway the BMW i3 has been the best-selling model across the entire BMW range in the current year.
(Source for all market data: POLK / IHS per 3Q/2015) Continue reading The BMW i3 turns two. Time for an interim review