The BMW 225xe Active Tourer plug-in hybrid is now capable of covering up to 35 miles in pure EV mode.
The 3-Series GT and 6-Series Gran Coupe are also going away for 2020.
Gone in sixty seconds? It’s more like ten for some models.
The twin-turbo V8 has been tuned so that it now puts out even more power than the M8 Competiton.
The 8-Series Gran Coupe will go on sale in the fourth quarter of the year from AUD $199,900.
The updated sedan will likely feature minor styling changes inside and out.
The upcoming EV will have a range in excess of 373 miles.
6 Series GT sales are not great and BMW wants to fix that by giving it a modern new face.
The new 2020 BMW X1 is sold in the U.S. with a 2.0-liter turbo inline-four engine.
Pricing for the 840i Coupe will start at AUD $202,900, while the Convertible is AUD $15,000 more expensive.
BMW owners can lock in Apple CarPlay for 20 years with a one-off $300 fee.
As always, the Alpina B3 will represent a more road-focused alternative to the BMW M3.