The 2018 North American International Auto Show, held at the Cobo Center in Detroit, Michigan, is open to the public January 20-28 2017. We toured the show on the press preview day and found many sparkling new TrackWorthy machines!
Meet the BMW i8 Roadster, BMW’s first convertible plug-in hybrid. The roadster packs 369 hp and delivers its open-air freedom with the help of an electrically-folding soft-top, which can deploy in under 16 seconds at speeds up to 50kph. Check out our coverage of its debut from the LA Auto Show, including an interview with Robert Irlinger, Head of BMW i Group!
World Premiere of New BMW i8 Roadster at LA Auto ShowView Post
If you’re looking for a compact performance car that people will notice and that will keep you smiling, consider a Sunset Orange Metallic 2018 BMW M240i. It exudes quality, engineering-excellence, performance and, more than anything, serious fun.
BMW i8 Roadster: Ultimate Progressive Sports Car Nearly ReadyView Post
Limited Edition BMW M3 CS Gets More Power and PerformanceView Post
BMW has created the latest safety car for the MotoGP motorcycle racing series. The new course car is based on the all-new 600 hp all-wheel drive M5 road-going sedan. The new M5 MotoGP Safety Car will debut at the MotoGP season finale in Valencia, Spain November 10-12 and will spearhead the Safety Car fleet in the 2018 season.
BMW is hosting the North American premiere of the all-new 600 horsepower, all-wheel drive 2018 BMW M5 in Toronto. In honour of the occasion, BMW Canada has erected a Luxury Excellence Pavilion in the heart of Toronto’s financial district.
The car that started the high performance super sedan segment launches its all-new sixth generation. The BMW M5 4-door sedan will debut in February 2018 equipped with an enhanced V8 engine, a new M-specific, all-wheel drive system known as M xDrive and performance capabilities that surpass all previous generations.
BMW is using the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance to present its new take on the BMW Z4 roadster. Many hope that this car is close to resembling the production version that will debut in 2018.
“The BMW Concept Z4 in an all-out driving machine,” said Adrian van Hooydonk, Senior Vice President BMW Group Design. “Stripping the car back to the bare essentials allows the driver to experience all the ingredients of motoring pleasure with supreme directness. This is total freedom on four wheels. The BMW Concept Z4 expresses the new BMW design language from all perspectives and in all details. From the dynamic-looking front to the striking flanks to the clean-cut tail end: a few lines and the subtle interplay between surfaces are enough to generate a sense of power and emotion.”