The range topping BMW X7, badged as the BMW X7 M50d will be launched in India on 31 st January 2019 at the India Art Fair in New Delhi. In September 2019, BMW will introduce the xDrive40i and the xDrive30d variants in India.
Have a look at the two bikes from BMW Motorrad G 310R and G 310GS showcased at Abhiyantriki, the tech fest at KJSCE, Mumbai.
A petrol version has been added to the X1 series by BMW. This version has been christened sDrive20i and has been priced at Rs.37.50 lakhs. The sDrive20i is powered by a BS-VI compliant 192 HP 2.0-litre, four-cylinder, turbo-petrol engine.
BMW has showcased a fully faired version of the G 310R. Named BMW G 310RR, the bike borrows its design cues from the S1000RR superbike, which includes the sharp front, gills on the fairing and the narrow tail section.
Some patent images of the BMW X7 has been leaked and from those images we can make out that the production version looks quite similar to the controversial BMW X7 iPerformance concept.
BMW has launched the 320d GT Sport in India at Rs.46.60 lakhs. This is in fact, an expansion of the GT lineup wherein BMW has added a lower spec version of the GT with a diesel engine. The 320d GT Sport is available in two color schemes – Black Sapphire with Imperial Blue Brilliant Effect and another non-metallic Alpine White color.
BMW will launch its X4 coupe in India during the first half of 2019. It is highly likely that BMW will ship the model as a Completely Knocked Down kit and will be assembled at the company’s plant in Chennai.
BMW has unveiled its latest BMW 8-Series model at the Le Mans 24 Hours. The two-door coupe was last seen way back in 1999.
Some patent images of the BMW Z4 have been leaked online. The car was announced as far back as 2015. The patented images show a car with swept back headlights, flat taillights and wide kidney grille.
The X8, touted to be BMW’s most expensive SUV, will be unveiled in 2020. When launched, it will take on the likes of Bentley Bentayga, Audi Q8, Lamborghini Urus and Rolls Royce Cullinan.