Toyota's Supra performance coupe looks likely to debut in concept form at next month's Geneva auto show after the automaker released a teaser picture. The new Supra is being developed in partnership with BMW.
BMW AG said Friday it is recalling about one million vehicles in North America — about 15,000 of them in Canada — for two separate issues involving fire risks.
BMW hopes its new X2, arriving in Canada next March, will appeal to active, younger car buyers looking for a uniquely individual car when it launches its first lifestyle crossover.
The traveling BMW Luxury Excellence Pavilion opened in Toronto on Monday, offering potential customers their first glimpse of the X7 utility vehicle.
BMW is recalling 12,894 X3 crossovers in Canada over a problem with a seat sensor that could result in the failure of the vehicle's airbags.
Canadian automotive supplier Magna International has struck a deal with BMW Group, Intel and Mobileye to bring a new self-driving platform to the entire automotive market by 2021.
The long-awaited BMW X7 shows up in concept form with a plug-in powertrain and a massive kidney grille. BMW Canada says the production X7 will be on sale here in 2019.
BMW will offer 12 full-electric vehicles by 2025, including a low-slung sedan to be unveiled at the Frankfurt auto show next week, as the automaker accelerates the rollout of battery-powered vehicles. CEO Harald Krueger said the EVs will have a range of up to 700 kilometres.
The BMW i3 lineup is expanding in Canada with a new sport model for 2018. The i3s features more power than the base i3 and styling tweaks that differentiate it from the base model.
Interpublic Group's FCB has been named agency of record for BMW in Canada. The move marks the end of a long relationship with Cundari, which had handled the brand here since 1995.
The redesigned 2018 BMW X3 will aririve at Canadian dealerships with a few subtle differences from the U.S. version in November, underpinned by a new architecture and with a new M Performance model.
Canada's Magna International's Magna Steyr unit will build BMW's new 5-series plug-in hybrid in Austria as the supplier sees contract manufacturing of electric vehicles as a "near-term opportunity."