A few days ago, an electric version of the BMW 3 Series was spotted in China. It is quite a surprise. However, it fits BMW’s strategy of having 25 electric cars by 2023 and converting old ICE cars into EVs. According to BMW’s naming conventions, it should be called i3, but BMW’s 2013 first EV has this badge. So Chinese media speculate the new car’s name will be BMW i3L. Let’s use it as a code name for now.
The new BMW5-Series Li has been launched n the 2017 Shanghai Auto Show in China, debuting on a very poorly lit stage. The 5-Li is the long-wheelbase variant of the 5-Series, designated G38. The Li’s wheelbase is extended by 13.2 centimeters and it is marginally wider and higher as well.
The new BMW M4 CS has been launched n the 2017 Shanghai Auto Show in China, looking absolutely brilliant in dark blue with matte gray wheels. The M4 CS fills the gap between the M4 Competition Package and the M4 GTS. It will see a limited two-year production run until 2019.
BMW has released official images of the new long-wheelbase 5-Series Li for the Chinese car market. The long 5 will debut later this month on the Shanghai Auto Show. The interior on the first photo belongs to the 5Li Luxury Line, which features Nappa leather, a Bowers & Wilkins sound system, and two 10.25 inch screens for the rear-seat entertainment, which can be controlled with a touch-pad on the arm rest.
The brand new BMW1-Series Sedan has been launched on the Chinese car market. Prices start at 204,800 yuan and end at 332,000 yuan ($29,800 – 46,540). The 1-Series Sedan is for China only; there are currently no plans for export to other countries.
The very first photos of the all new BMW5-Series L sedan, the long-wheelbase variant of the new BMW 5-Series. The 5-Series L will debut on the Shanghai Auto Show in April and hit the Chinese car market soon thereafter.
The all new BMW1-Series sedan will be launched on the Chinese car market on February 27. It is for China only at the moment. There are no plans for export or production elsewhere, but BMW hasn’t ruled out that might change in the future.
The new BMW 1-Series sedan has been unveiled on the 2016 Guangzhou Auto Show, the single most important debut for the BMW brand in China this year. The 1-Series sedan is a compact premium car, relatively small but luxurious and fitted with loads of goodies.
It is for China only at the moment. There are no plans for export or production elsewhere, but BMW hasn’t ruled out that might change in the future. The 1-Series sedan is made locally at Brilliance-BMW, the long-running joint venture that also makes the 2-Series Active Tourer, the 3-Series and 3-Series L, the 5-Series L, and the X1-Series L.
This is the brand new BMW 1-Series sedan for China, seen here arriving at the exhibition hall of the Guangzhou Auto Show where it will officially debut on Friday, but we cannot wait that long! The four-door 1-Series sedan is for China only, it is manufactured by the Briliance-BMW joint venture.
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