Furious Rich Man Trashes £90k BMW in Massive Sulk Over Reliability

Italian businessman Pourmohseni Hadi felt he'd been given the run-around by BMW, with the car giant not managing to get to the bottom of his 2008 BMW M6's numerous issues. So he parked it outside the Frankfurt Motor Show and smashed it up with an axe and a mate with a hammer. Read More >>

BMW Is Going to Use Gorilla Glass in the BMW i8

After leaving most car enthusiasts wondering what's next when it introduced the all electric BMW i3, BMW released some details about the upcoming plug-in hybrid i8. At a test track showing off the stunning sports car, BMW revealed that the i8 will be the first car to use Gorilla Glass for its windows. Read More >>

BMW's Electric i3: All Vroom, No Gas

BMW's all-electric i3 is here. And boy is it a sight to behold. It looks nothing like any other BMW we've seen before, but it's real and goes on sale early next year. Read More >>

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This is What an Insane 42-Wheel, 19-Engine BMW Would Look Like

Car manufacturers the world over have two sides to them. The big corporate money-grubbing accountancy side, and the creative, we-can-do-anything concept side. BMW just showed how awesome it is, by fulfilling one kid's crazy fantasy with the best concept I've ever seen. Read More >>

Gone In 180 Seconds, Hackers Nick Your Beemer

Not quite on par with the feats of Nicolas Cage, but retaining a helluva lot more geek cred, black hatted hacker thieves literally just pop into a BMW and utilise the keyless entry, driving away with a free motor. I'd hate to be the owner. Read More >>

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BMW Is Making Cars That Drive Themselves

Everybody's working on self-driving cars! Google, Ford, Volvo and now even the ultimate driving machine, BMW, is trying their hand at hands free driving. BMW's self-autonomous system uses four types of sensors, radar, cameras, laser scanners and ultrasound distance sensors and can even change lanes to zoom past a slowpoke car. BMW. The ultimate lazy driving machine. Read More >>

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RocketSail Hits Freeway Speeds on the Water—Sadly, Without Rockets

While not quite as imposing as BMW Oracle's USA-17, the Vestas Sailrocket Mk.II is no less impressive. It's aiming to top 65 mph on wind power alone—the water-borne equivalent to going plaid—and break the short-distance world speed sailing record. Read More >>


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