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The 2023 BMW 7 Series has been revealed: it is larger, bolder, and packed with screens.

The BMW 7 Series, which will celebrate its 45th anniversary in 2022, will eventually transition to the seventh generation. The ultimate flagship in Bavaria

The BMW 7 Series, which will celebrate its 45th anniversary in 2022, will eventually transition to the seventh generation. The ultimate flagship in Bavaria’s portfolio delivers the aforementioned Power of Choice: gasoline, diesel, plug-in hybrid, and completely electric. Despite the fact that the teaser marketing was mostly centered on the i7, there’s a lot to discuss about the ICE-powered models.

They all ride on the same CLAR platform and have a similar design on the inside and exterior. Let us start with the elephant in the room: split headlights. Yes, after the X7 Facelift, the 2019 BMW 7 Series will acquire the unique layout. The Concept XM from last year will be transformed into a production vehicle with a comparable appearance before the end of the year.

The starting MSRP for the 2023 BMW 740i is $93,300 plus $995 destination. The BMW 760i xDrive begins at $113,600 + $995 destination in 2023, while the BMW i7 xDrive60 costs $119,300 + $995 destination. The US market will be launched in the fourth quarter of 2022.

Kidney Grille in Glow

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High-end BMW 7 Series G70 models will get beautiful Iconic Glow headlights with Swarovski crystals placed in a “L” configuration. 14 LED modules will be used to illuminate the daytime running lights and sidelights. When you approach the automobile, the lights “dance,” accompanied by the light-up curve of the kidney grille. Furthermore, the lights integrated into the door sills display images into the ground to welcome the motorist.

The primary headlights are positioned below, practically hidden under a thickly tinted screen that, on a black automobile, would go undetected. This configuration provides the 7 Series a controversial appearance, making it stand out in comparison to the Audi A8 and Mercedes S-Class. These quad lights surround a larger-than-ever grille, which on the entirely electric form bears the letter “i.”

No More Narrow Wheelbase

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Don’t go hunting for pictures of vehicles with multiple wheelbases since the 7 Series G70 will only be available in one size. The seventh-generation automobile has been lengthened by 130 millimeters to 5,391 mm, with a 5 mm increase in wheelbase to an impressive 3,215 mm. It’s also 48 mm wider (at 1,950 mm) and 51 mm higher (at 1,544 mm) for extra headroom. It’s worth noting that the tracks are now 47 mm wider in front (to 1,665 mm) and 4 mm wider in back (to 1,650 mm).

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It’s the first series-production BMW with a two-tone Individual paint scheme, and it rides on alloy wheels ranging in size from 19 to 22 inches. Adaptive air suspension is standard on both the front and back axles, as is rear-wheel steering with a maximum angle of 3.5 degrees. At low speeds, the rear wheels revolve in the opposite direction as the front wheels, resulting in a 0.8-meter shorter turning circle. For increased stability at faster speeds, all four wheels revolve in the same direction.

Surprisingly, the redesigned range-topper has ditched the rear light bar in favor of a simpler, less crowded rear end. Another significant modification is the door handles, which are now sleeker to match those of the iX electric SUV. They’re more than simply a fashion statement since the handles stay flat with the body for improved ventilation.

Inside The Cabin Has Undergone Significant Changes

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When you go inside the cabin, the transformation is even more stunning. The majority of the physical buttons have been removed as BMW has opted for a minimalist dashboard dominated by displays. The redesigned 7 Series is the next model to get the iDrive 8, which has a 14.9-inch central display and a 12.3-inch diagonal digital instrument cluster. The two screens are positioned in a curved glass region and are aimed towards the driver. The primary screen will be able to broadcast YouTube material beginning in Spring 2023, with other third-party applications to follow.

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The BMW Interaction Bar, which takes the form of a touch-capacitive surface on the passenger side of the dashboard, is one advantage over the iX. It gives you rapid access to operations like ventilation and temperature control, accessing the glovebox, and turning on the warning lights. The door cards, too, have their own displays, measuring 5.5 inches and equipped with controls for the seats, ambient lighting, sunblinds, and entertainment system.

31-Inch Theater Display

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We’re not done with the displays yet, since the pièce de résistance is unquestionably the Theatre Screen. The 31.3-inch touchscreen features a sharp 8K resolution and comes pre-installed with Fire TV. You can not only watch movies, but also play games, download applications, and listen to music. When not in use, the huge screen folds neatly into the ceiling and plays films in 16:9, 21:9, or 32:9 formats.

655-watt, 18-speaker system

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How many speakers can be crammed into a car? Even the entry-level 7 Series comes standard with an 18-speaker, 655-watt Bowers & Wilkins Surround Sound System. By selecting the Diamond Surround Sound System from the same source, you may double the number of speakers to 36 and increase the power to 1,965 watts. The headliner has four speakers, while the head restraints for the front and outer rear seats each include a pair of surround speakers.

The 7 Series G70 also has a revised steering wheel design and a more streamlined gear selector, as well as a stylish Sky Lounge. The panoramic glass roof is larger than competitors’ and has illuminated threads similar to Rolls-Starlight. Royce’s In the spirit of the Goodwood Festival of Speed, BMW has made its crown jewel automatic doors an optional feature. The front and rear doors are opened and closed by just touching the handles built flush into the body or by using the Interaction Bar. Alternatively, the key, as well as the door-mounted displays, may be utilized.

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As if these alternatives weren’t enough, a future update to the My BMW App will enable owners to open and shut the doors with their cellphones. Furthermore, the iDrive 8 will be able to execute this function. Since we’re on the topic of body panels that open automatically, the trunk lid is the same.

When you open it, you’ll find a 540-liter cargo capacity, which is 25 liters more than previously if you’re talking about the variants that just have a combustion engine. The plug-in hybrid variants have a capacity of 525 liters, which is an increase of 105 liters over the previous 7 Series fitted with a PHEV system. The i7 electric vehicle has a capacity of 500 liters.

Engine Alternatives

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Let’s speak about engines. All ICEs use mild-hybrid technology, as we saw with the X7 makeover shown last week. The 48V system produces 147 pound-feet of torque (200 Newton-meters) and up to 12 horsepower (9 kilowatts). Depending on the market, there will be a mix of inline-six and V8 engines available, as well as the all-electric i7. BMW is saying farewell to the massive V12 with the seventh generation of the 7er.

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The 735i will be powered by a 3.0-liter engine that produces 272 horsepower (200 kW) and 400 Nm (295 lb-ft). It will have enough six-cylinder power to accelerate from 0 to 62 mph (100 km/h) in 6.7 seconds and reach a peak speed of 155 mph (250 km/h).

The 740i comes next, with a more powerful inline-six rated at 380 horsepower (280 kW) and 520 Nm (383 lb-ft). The added oomph reduces the sprint time to 5.4 seconds while maintaining the maximum velocity.

2023 BMW 7 Series Revealed: Bigger, Bolder, And Packed With Screens

Then there’s the 760i xDrive, which has a bigger 4.4-liter V8 engine that produces 544 horsepower (400 kW) and 750 Nm (553 lb-ft). It takes only 4.2 seconds to accelerate from a standstill to 62 mph (100 km/h) and has the same electronic maximum speed limitation set to kick in at 155 mph (250 km/h).

The diesel engine in the 740d xDrive is a six-cylinder 3.0-liter unit that produces 286 horsepower (210 kW) and 650 Nm (479 lb-ft). The sprint is completed in 6.3 seconds, and the highest speed remains constant.

BMW will also offer the full-size luxury sedan in 750e xDrive trim, which includes a plug-in hybrid powertrain. It will have a gasoline inline-six engine plus an electric motor for a total of 490 horsepower (360 kW) and 700 Nm (516 lb-ft). It will take 4.9 seconds to reach 62 mph (100 km/h), with a peak speed of 155 mph (250 km/h). In electric mode, the top speed is reduced to 87 mph (140 km/h). In EV mode, it should be able to go up to 57 miles (89 kilometers) on the combined cycle.

The First Time Ever Plug-in Hybrid M760e

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BMW’s first M Performance plug-in hybrid will be known as the M760e xDrive. This one will also feature an inline-six and an e-motor, but with 571 horsepower (420 kW) and 800 Nm of torque (590 lb-ft). The sprint will take 4.3 seconds to complete, with a maximum speed of 155 mph (250 km/h). With the battery pack completely charged, it can go up to 52 miles (84 kilometers) on electric power alone. Both PHEVs use the same battery, which has a useful capacity of 18.7 kWh. All variants with a combustion engine, whether PHEV or not, have an eight-speed automatic gearbox.

7 Series by First Electric

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The 7 Series without a combustion engine will use two motors with a combined power of 544 hp (400 kW) and 745 Nm, similar to the i7 xDrive60 (549 lb-ft). The sprint to 149 mph (240 km/h) will take only 4.7 seconds flat out. The electric luxobarge’s enormous battery with a net capacity of 101.7 kWh allows it to go up to 388 miles (625 kilometers) in the WLTP cycle. When the battery runs out of power, it can be recharged at up to 195 kW, giving in 106 miles (170 kilometers) of WLTP range in 10 minutes.

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2024 MINI Aceman Seen With Concept-Like Appearance, Spied

The Aceman concept, a futuristic take on urban mobility, was unveiled by MINI a few weeks ago. It was obviously made for the next generation of drivers, wi

The Aceman concept, a futuristic take on urban mobility, was unveiled by MINI a few weeks ago. It was obviously made for the next generation of drivers, with a funky interior, a sizable dashboard screen, and playful animations. However, its exterior was much more subdued than its wild interior. So I wonder what the finished product will look like. The Aceman, however, doesn’t appear to be all that different from a typical five-door MINI in some recent spy images. (The images can be seen here; we do not own them

) Despite this test mule’s fairly unremarkable exterior, you can tell it is the production Aceman because of its peculiar headlight design. It appears as though the headlights are shaped similarly to the Aceman concept, unless MINI is playing a trick on us by using camouflage. Like the concept car, this vehicle has a low roofline that tapers toward the rear and has a high shoulder line and short windows

Even though the test mule’s front air intakes appear to be larger than those on the Aceman concept, they could still be useful intakes for cooling the battery. With no options for an internal combustion engine, the MINI Aceman will only be available as a battery-electric vehicle. It will be constructed on the brand-new Spotlight platform, which was created in China by BMW and Great Wall jointly. Future MINI models will be supported by this new platform, which is an all-electric scalable architecture

SPIED: 2024 MINI Aceman Seen Looking Similar to the Concept

When the MINI Aceman is released, it will essentially replace the MINI Clubman and most likely have the same powertrain choices as the MINI Hatch. So anticipate a base Cooper model with 181 horsepower front-wheel drive and a more potent Cooper S model with 221 horsepower

This brand-new MINI Aceman piques our interest because it heralds an exciting change in MINI’s product lineup. The brand will be better off for switching to all-electric vehicles because it will stand out in the lineup. Additionally, electric powertrains are better suited to the entire MINI ethos. I’ve driven almost every type of MINI you can think of, starting with the original Mini Cooper S and progressing through the 1990s Leyland-owned classic Mini and nearly every model of MINI currently on the market. The majority of them have been enjoyable to me. But never once did the engine rank among their top five best features. Electric power is just so much more appropriate for a brand that lives on low-down torque, low speeds, and big fun because MINI has never been good because of its engines. I’m eager to try MINI’s new electric future, which includes the Aceman

[Source: Autocar]

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Car Cleaning Tips: 8 Steps To Cleaning Your Car Interior Like A Pro

Nothing like a new, clean automobile that smells great. We all like gleaming clean glass and a gleaming dashboard. However, filth and dust cause surfaces to lose their luster and seem dull with time.

While some of us maintain our automobiles on a regular basis, we don’t always take the time to clean the inside. We’ve put up a few instructions for cleaning and protecting your car’s inside.

8 STEPS TO CLEAN AND SANITISE THE INTERIOR OF YOUR CAR

  • Remove the garbage.
  • Clean the ventilation system of your vehicle.
  • Clear the windshield.
  • High-quality touchpoints
  • Window cleaning
  • Wash the seats and doors.
  • Carpets should be vacuumed and cleaned.
  • Bacteria and viruses must be eliminated.
Car Cleaning

STEP 1: GET RID OF THE GARBAGE

Before you begin vacuuming the carpets or washing the dashboard, remove any trash or undesired things from your vehicle.

Pro tip: get a couple of separate bags for recyclables and miscellaneous trash so you don’t have to sort it afterwards.

STEP 2: CLEAN THE VENTILATION SYSTEM IN YOUR CAR.

Blasting the dust out of your ventilation system is always a good idea. Especially if you haven’t driven your automobile in a long. To do so, shut all of the air vents and start the engine. Set your fan to maximum power and open each vent one at a time. This will remove any dirt or dust that has been lodged in the system.

To reach dust in air vents, use a flat screwdriver with a towel wrapped around the end.

CLEAN THE DASHBOARD IN STEP 3

Dashboards acquire dust and fingerprints, giving in a faded appearance. Although there are several dashboard cleaning solutions available, a soap and water solution and a rag will suffice. Other home cleaning chemicals and scrubbing sponges should be avoided since they might harm the surface.

If you want to safeguard your dashboard, use specialized cleaning solutions that include natural and chemical ingredients that form a protective layer and keep your dash appearing clean for longer.

Because it is often touched, the infotainment screen might be a little more sophisticated. To clean the screen, use screen wipes or a towel soaked in soap and water. Dry it with a clean towel. Harsh chemicals should not be used on the infotainment screen since they may harm the anti-glare and anti-fingerprint coatings. Using a microfiber cloth decreases the possibility of screen damage.

The switches on an automobile may include fragile electrical components, so keep moisture out of them. Also, the translucent plastic that covers the instrument dials is prone to scratches, so take care not to touch it.

Before vacuuming, always clean your dashboard since any dust and dirt you wipe off will fall on the floor. Working from top to bottom, much like cleaning the outside, ensures that the dirt you remove does not come into touch with clean surfaces.

Pro tip: To remove dust from difficult-to-reach spots such as vents, use a soft paintbrush or a fresh make-up brush.

CLEAN HIGH TOUCHPOINTS IN STEP 4

The surfaces that you contact the most are the ones that are most prone to infection. This includes the steering wheel, gearstick, dash buttons, center console touchscreen and buttons, sun visor, and cup holders.

Cleaning wipes or a soft cloth and your preferred cleaner are the best method to clean them. Microfiber should be used on all dashboard surfaces. Microfibre materials repel dirt and debris, unlike paper towels and napkins may retain small bits of dirt in their fibers, which may harm plastic and vinyl surfaces when wiped off. To prevent mistakenly spraying on the windshield, spray cleaning products onto a cloth rather than straight onto the dashboard.

Pro tip: Avoid using any products on the steering wheel or pedals since they might become slippery.

CLEAN THE WINDOWS IN STEP 5

Washing the interior of the car’s glass is nearly as vital as cleaning the exterior. When it’s sunny, marks like dust, stains, and fingerprints may limit sight and cause harmful glare. You may anticipate a clean finish with no streaks and good visibility if you use a quality cleaning product.

To clean the interior of the windows, spray some glass cleaner on a soft cloth and wipe it over the glass in a figure-eight motion.

Washing the windows after cleaning the dashboard is preferable since dirt and debris may rapidly migrate to glass surfaces while cleaning the center console.

CLEAN THE SEATS AND DOORS IN STEP 6

The seats and furnishings in the cabin are susceptible to a lot of wear and tear, as well as filth and stains. To remove dried-on filth, use home upholstery cleaning chemicals and a brush. Use an intense cleaning method to remove stains and odors from interior textiles to work through tougher stains.

Use specific cleansers to remove dirt and stains from leather surfaces before applying leather protection lotion. Using a leather cleaning will preserve the surface and aid in the prevention of wear.

To preserve the fiber of your upholstered seats, use a soft bristle vacuuming brush.

STEP 7: CLEAN AND VACUUM THE CARPETS

After you’ve worked your way down to the carpets, vacuum up all the dust and grime. A standard vacuum cleaner works great. You may, however, purchase a portable vacuum with specialized heads and attachments that can assist with dry and wet cleaning. To prevent the inconvenience of taking the home vacuum outdoors, it may be worth investing in a portable vacuum to use in the vehicle.

To remove tough ground-in debris, vacuum the carpet with a gentle brush head tool and a lifting motion. Scrubbing should be avoided since it might harm the carpet’s fibers.

After vacuuming and removing any dirt and debris from the carpets, apply carpet cleaning chemicals to refresh the fibers. Remove tough filth with a rubber brush to leave your carpets feeling and smelling clean.

Pro tip: Remove the vehicle mats and boot liner as well, since dirt and debris may accumulate underneath them.

STEP 8: ELIMINATE BACTERIA AND VIRUSES

No matter how clean and tidy your automobile is on a daily basis, it is always a good idea to give it a thorough cleaning to remove germs, bacteria, and viruses.

Soap is the most potent antiviral agent, and we are reminded of its potency every time we wash our hands. The same reason why soap is good against viruses is because it may wipe away oils. Soap may sever this outer lipid coating, deactivating viruses and killing bacteria. A soap and warm water mix produces suds and bubbles, preventing viruses from adhering to surfaces and enhancing soap’s sanitizing effectiveness. Soap has no negative effects on dashboards, windows, or fabric or leather vehicle seats. Just be careful not to clean your vehicle seats too vigorously or you risk harming them due to friction.

While most common home disinfectants are effective, some, such as bleach, hydrogen peroxide, benzene, thinners, or other strong and abrasive cleansers, are not suitable for use on a car. These chemical products may harm the upholstery and interior surfaces of your car. Alcohol-based wipes or sprays containing at least 70% alcohol are more effective against the coronavirus and may be used safely in your car.

Alcohol is a powerful antibacterial and antiviral agent. A solution of 60 to 90 percent isopropyl alcohol can destroy the coronavirus in seconds by denaturing the proteins that make up the virus components.

Alcohol is often used to clean automotive interior parts, and it can be used to safely clean most surfaces without harming them. However, if you have leather vehicle seats, you should avoid using alcohol since it might damage the finish.

Disinfectant wipes or sprays are very efficient in removing viral contamination from almost any surface. They are safe to use on automobile interior surfaces, but be careful not to miss any spots! These disinfectants are only effective in the areas where they are used.

Disinfectant sprays are excellent for cleaning surfaces that cannot be wiped off, such as carpet or upholstery. A spray may be used to cover vast areas and can be utilized both indoors and outdoors. Normally, you should wait for the spray to dry before utilizing the cleaned area, but if you are using it on delicate surfaces, you may wipe it off with a paper towel.

If you like your vehicle, remember to maintain its inside as well. Getting this properly will allow you to recreate and retain the cabin’s original ambience.

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The Top 10 BMW Models of the Decade

BMW is one of the few automotive companies whose cars make a dramatic statement and function as a status symbol. Here are their ten finest models over the last decade.

BMW is one of the few automotive companies whose cars make a dramatic statement and function as a status symbol. It has acquired its reputation for brilliance and dependability by producing some of the most desired and durable models in automobile history. The previous decade has been exceptionally rewarding for this German behemoth, as it has successfully diversified its vehicle portfolio into several new sub-segments. These include expanding their SUV portfolio, new members to the BMW supercar family, and even the unveiling of their future electric fleet (the i-series).

As we approach a new decade and hence a new era in automotive, we now commemorate the best automobiles introduced by BMW in the last 10 years. Cars that have received the greatest customer ratings, outperformed their competitors, or simply made their imprint on the industry. These are the best BMW cars from the last decade.

BMW X7

BMW X7

BMW had to wait until last year to launch its response to full-size SUVs like the Audi Q7, Lincoln Navigator, and G-Class. However, the X7 was well worth the wait, as the model is now towards the top of its class, with some of the finest luxury amenities combined with a strong engine.

The X7 cabin, as usual, displays nothing but excellence. The most prominent parts are accented with wood and leather, delivering a pleasant, upmarket experience for all 7 passengers. Meanwhile, beneath the hood rumbles a scary 523-horsepower V8 that, when coupled to all four wheels, makes the X7 a capable off-roader.

Competition BMW M5

Competition BMW M5

BMW took one of the best midsize sedans on the market, the 5-series, and equipped it with a monstrous 4.4L V8 generating 617 horsepower to create this fantastic sports vehicle. With so much raw power flowing from the engine, it was no longer coupled to just the back wheels, but to all four. This level of grip enabled the M5 Competition to achieve 60 mph in 3.1 seconds and continue accelerating until it reached a speed of almost 190 mph, making it one of the fastest sedans in the world.

Nonetheless, the inside is still that of a premium midsize car, with leather upholstery and as many electronic options as you want.

The BMW 8-Series

The BMW 8-Series

The beautiful 8-Series is the long-awaited replacement to the renowned 850CSI model, which was withdrawn in 1999. It is without a doubt one of the greatest automobiles BMW has provided in the previous decade. The car’s performance, appearance, and premium feel made it one of the top grand tourers of the 1990s, and we’re thrilled to report that the new 8-Series is even better. The automobile is designed to compete with the most opulent and capable sports cars on the market, such as the Audi R8 and the Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe.

In fact, at a starting price of $110,000, the 8-series substantially outperforms them. Its robust 523-hp V8 engine propels it to 60 mph in 3.6 seconds while securely cradling the driver within its opulent, leather-clad cabin.

BMW Z4

BMW Z4

The Z4 has been around since 2002, when it replaced the outmoded Z3. The model was discontinued in 2016, with 335 horsepower under the hood at the time. The Z4 is returning for the 2019 model year, acting as the brand’s go-to convertible sports car, with an appealing look and a respectable 255-horsepower engine. In fact, with each redesign, the Z4 has become more appealing.

And, although we’d like to see more power, the latest model remains a real threat to the Porsche Boxster and Chevrolet Corvette (both in performance and in price).

BMW i8

BMW i8

When it debuted in 2014 as the brand’s first hybrid supercar, the i8 signaled a change in attitude for BMW. The automobile takes styling and performance cues from the renowned mid-engine BMW M1, which was discontinued in the early 1980s. The new i8 can go for around 23 miles on electricity alone, owing to a 4.4kWh battery pack and a 139-horsepower electric engine.

When the petrol engine is turned on, it transforms into a supercar, providing a combined power output of almost 360 horsepower and reaching 60 mph in only 4.4 seconds. Despite the fact that this stunning hybrid coupe is still in production today, the last model will regretfully depart the plant in 2020.

M Coupe BMW 1-Series

M Coupe BMW 1-Series

The BMW 1-Series M Coupe, which debuted in 2010, had a promising start to the decade. This is the automobile that no one knew they wanted until BMW built it. It’s simply a high-performance version of their subcompact 1-series, with a 335-horsepower engine. Its power-to-size ratio ensured superb agility and track performance, which wowed the Top Gear crew, who named it Car of the Year in 2011.

Inside, it nevertheless lives up to the BMW brand, with high-quality materials and an appealing interior design. Despite its success, the 1-Series M Coupe was discontinued in 2011, making it one of the rarest and most sought-after BMWs of the twenty-first century.

BMW M3 E92

BMW M3 E92

It’s uncommon to find a vehicle fan who doesn’t appreciate the M3’s uncomplicated brilliance and attractiveness. The E46 became one of the most popular and coveted German sports cars in the world thanks to pop culture, and the E92 facelift just perpetuated the trend. Aside from the outside of a fashionable sedan, which hints that this vehicle is more capable than it seems, the M3’s major selling point has always been its performance. Inside the 2018 model is a 425-horsepower V8, which propels this premium midsize sedan from zero to sixty in less than four seconds.

However, as you would expect, the M3 is no longer manufactured after failing to fulfill the WLTP emissions rules. Fortunately, we still have the following vehicle to fill the void.

4-Series BMW

4-Series BMW

In 2013, BMW decided that a sporty 3-Series coupe warranted its own line, and so the 4-Series was created. And that was just one of the brilliant innovations BMW would come up with over the next decade. The automobile essentially competes against the Audi A5 and the Mercedes C-series coupe, and it now has a very competent engine selection ranging from 248 horsepower to the exhilarating 454 horsepower found in the M4. The vehicle is also available in convertible form, offering a possibly more powerful alternative to the equally appealing Z4 roadster.

And don’t think BMW overlooked the luxury component in this one; it has a premium interior with two rows of comfy leather seats, a high-tech entertainment system, and 15.7 cubic feet of storage in the rear.

BMW X1

BMW X1

With a starting price of $35,000, the X1 is the premium SUV for individuals who want the BMW experience without the space of a bigger SUV. And it precisely fills this void, presently sitting at the absolute top of the subcompact luxury SUV sector. This has been going on since 2013.

What makes the X1 so special? Because it achieves the greatest price-performance-high-end-luxury ratio of any compact SUV on the market. The present 228-horsepower engine is more than adequate to move the X1 anywhere, while its interior comfort and payload room (up to 58.7 cubic feet) compete with many bigger and more expensive vehicles.

7-Series BMW

7-Series BMW

For the last decade, the company’s flagship super luxury sedan has maintained its elite reputation, competing with the best automobiles in its market such as the Mercedes-Benz S class and Jaguar XJ, and even giving land yachts like Bentley a run for their money.

The cockpit has everything you might want in a vehicle, from an extravagant 12.3″ touchscreen display to ambient lighting, seat massage, and even air scent. It’s similarly amazing beneath the hood, with a 335-horsepower engine that only gets larger from there. With the 600-hp B7 variant, the 5000-lb vehicle will reach 60 mph in 3.5 seconds, quicker than an all-out supercar.

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