BMW has a tradition of staggering the debut of its coupe and sedan models, with the sedan usually coming before its two-door siblings.
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When the all-new Cadillac XTS sedan made its debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show last year, more observant press members noted something immediately: the XTS was too small.
While other automakers from all over the world were turning in record sales figures for the month of March, Europe's biggest automotive nameplates were no different.
Don't feel ashamed if you've never heard of the BMW Alpina B7; the automaker only sells a few hundred of them a year.