BMW – The Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (Bavarian Motor Works), known as the BMW, is a German car for the motorcycle, motorcycle, and 1916 engines. BMW is one of the world’s most popular car manufacturers. The carmaker has lost its way in recent years, opting for luxury and in-car technology with satisfying driving features and cars that give drivers a sense of the road and nuances of driving. Sure, if you look closely enough, you can find BMWs that fit the noise, the BMW 2 Series and the BMW M2, the brand’s BMW X3 and BMW X5 SUVs have something wrong with driving better than some of it.
However, the last 3 series have returned to our good graces and are now at the top of their segment. This company is part of the Euro Stoxx 50 market share list. Based in Munich, Bavaria, BMW is a parent company of Mini and Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. The company produces cars under the BMW Motorsport and Motorcycle section under the BMW Motorrad, and the electrical plug-in under the BMW sub and the “Performance” type within the standard BMW.
The BMW was established as a business after a rearrangement of the aircraft company Rapp Motorenwerke in 1912 named Aerowerke Gustav Otto. After World War I ended in 1918, the BMW was forced to complete the production of aircraft in terms of the Armistice Treaty of Versailles. The company has changed motorcycle production as restrictions on the condition began to be lifted in 1923, followed by cars in 1928-29. The first successful BMW vehicle and BMW founded on the automotive road was Dixie, based on Austin 7 and a license from the Austin Motor Company in Birmingham, England. The following are the current production models.
BMW 1 Series (F20) (2011–present) 5-door Hatchback
BMW 1 Series (F21) (2011–present) 3-door Hatchback
BMW 2 Series (F22) (2014–present) Coupe and Convertible
BMW 2 Series Active Tourer (F45) (2014–present) Compact MPV
BMW 3 Series (F30) (2012–present) Sedan, Wagon, Gran Coupe
BMW 4 Series (F32/F33/F36) (2014–present) Coupe and Convertible
BMW 5 Series (G30) (2017–present) Sedan and Wagon
BMW 6 Series (F12) (2010–present) Coupe, Convertible, Gran Coupe
BMW 7 Series (G11) (2016–present) Sedan, Coupe
BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo (2013–present) Progressive Activity Sedan
BMW 5 Series Gran Turismo (2009–present) Progressive Activity Sedan
BMW i3 (2013–present) all-electric car
BMW i8 (2014–present) plug-in hybrid sports car
BMW X1 (F48) (2016–present) Compact Crossover SUV/Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV)
BMW X3 (F25) (2010–present) Compact Crossover SUV/Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV)
BMW X4 (F26) (2014–present) Sports Activity Coupe
BMW X5 (F15) (2014–present) Mid-Size Crossover SUV/Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV)
BMW X6 (F16) (2014–present) Sports Activity Coupe
BMW Z4 (E89) (2009–2016) Sports Roadster