Lessons learned from the BMW i3 and i8 will make future BMWs even more efficient.
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Yesterday, we reported that BMW and Toyota were debating semantics before wrapping up their talks and signing some pieces of paper with one another.
After more than three decades of making high-revving, gas-powered performance cars, word has it that BMW’s M division is moving in a completely new direction with a diesel version of its upcoming M5 super sedan.
Since BMW is the official automobile sponsor of the 2012 London Olympic Games, the German automaker set out to make more of the event than simply putting its name on it.