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2020 BMW X6 debuts with familiar styling, bigger grille

2020 BMW X6 debuts with familiar styling, bigger grille

What is with BMW and their grills? The 2020 BMW 7 Series and X7 came with a massive kidney grill that got people frowning in doubt. And now, the new 2020 BMW X6 too is here with a peculiar grill. This time though, it’s not the size of the grill that BMW has played with. They have lit it up, quite literally.

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First drive: 2019 BMW X7 in Poland

First drive: 2019 BMW X7 in Poland

BMW has been exceptionally proactive over the past decade in fattening up its model line-up with a dizzying array of coupe-wannabe SUVs, chop-top sedans, ‘Active Tourers’, M-tweaked road rockets and electrified vehicles. Yet, it’s taken until now for the Bavarian marque to dip its toes in the potentially lucrative luxo seven-seater SUV segment.

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2020 BMW X3 M and X4 M brings unwanted heat to the compact SUV market

2020 BMW X3 M and X4 M brings unwanted heat to the compact SUV market

 If  there is an automotive segment that can use some panache, it’s the crossover market which is now flooded with a large number of models, most of which are more or less similar in character. BMW has high hopes to add the required spice to this class of cars with their new offerings. With up to 503 hp under their hood, the 2020 BMW X3 M and X4 M debuts along with a plethora of other performance upgrades. 

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2020 BMW 7-Series gets massive look-at-me nostrils

2020 BMW 7-Series gets massive look-at-me nostrils

The current generation of BMW’s flagship sedan, the 7-Series, hasn’t created the kind of hype that they were hoping for. So to refresh the appeal of its limo, BMW facelifted the sedan for the 2020 model year with a new engine and — love it or hate it — a massive kidney grille. 

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First drive: 2019 BMW Z4 M40i in Portugal

First drive: 2019 BMW Z4 M40i in Portugal

Roadsters aren’t the big-volume players in BMW’s line-up, but this genre has thrown up some of the Bavarian marque’s most iconic models over the years, dating back to the timeless 328 (1936-40) and sublime 507 (1956-59). In more recent times, we’ve had the offbeat Z1 (with its unusual vertically sliding doors) and the beautiful Z8 that served as James Bond’s ride in the 1999 blockbuster The World is Not Enough.

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