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South Korea's transport ministry said it will ban about 20,000 BMW vehicles from the streets amid mounting public fears about engine fires after 27 cars went up in flames this year.
Saudis sparked push for private Tesla, Musk says; Actor Wahlberg promises 'surprises' at Ohio Chevy store; BMW 3 series EV spied; Stadler request denied; Cars float down N.J. river.
Spy shots of BMW's electric 3 series, referred to as a Tesla Model 3 fighter, have surfaced in Europe.
The fallout from Volkswagen's diesel emissions scandal has left the automaker in an awkward spot: It must now fund an ad campaign pushing electric vehicle awareness that highlights competitors' products.
BMW said around 400 BMW X4 crossovers, built in the U.S., are being withheld from delivery to Chinese customers until a potential brake problem has been fixed as part of a global safety recall.
Elon Musk's tentative proposal to take Tesla private isn't a bad idea for an automaker, it is just that the money-losing U.S. company is the wrong choice. BMW is a far better candidate for a buyout.
BMW readies for its larger X7 crossover as it plans electric models in every segment.
Four of the six public dealership group peers are feeling a new-vehicle profit margin squeeze driven by BMW and Honda.
Mini will focus on updating its car-oriented product line.
German luxury brands face an existential challenge: adapting to a U.S. market increasingly dominated by SUVs and crossovers while keeping their stylish sedans relevant.
BMW's second-quarter profit fell 6.3 percent as higher spending to develop electric and autonomous cars combined with currency headwinds to weigh on earnings.
Sales at Mercedes-Benz, the highest-volume U.S. luxury brand for the past two years, fell 23 percent in July after inventory shortfalls and a technical glitch handicapped dealers.
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