Kuni BMW is proud to announce the newest arrival on our lot. The stunningly captivating new 2013 BMW M5! Check out our new featured video, which showcases the incredible design of the new M5.
Video: 2013 BMW M5 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=73orTbgwAt4
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Now that the games are over, we have a full picture of just how integral BMW was to the success of the 2012 London Olympics. In keeping with the goal of making the games in London incredibly sustainable, BMW made a very important changes in its Olympic fleet, making the vehicles far more fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly. Providing everything from a 5 series hybrid to an electric bicycle, BMW truly made a concerted effort to be more than just a sponsor to these games.
Video: Behind BMW’s London Olympic Fleet
The Product of Collaboration:
Stepping outside of its “comfort-zone”, BMW has elected to collaborate with the famed Italian coachbuilder Zagato on a project that, until now, has been relatively secret. Finally unveiled at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este Car Show, the new BMW Zagato Coupe is the shining product of the fusion of both companies’ world-renowned “design personalities”. Blending BMW characteristics like the signature kidney grilles with Zagato’s famous “Kamm Tail” rear end, the Coupe is fully road legal and promises to be equipped with BMW’s exceptional mechanical additions beneath the stunning exterior. While speculation about the production of the vehicle is rampant, this sensational new vehicle shows that both Zagato and BMW have bright futures ahead of them.Share on Facebook
In an effort to demonstrate the exceptional versatility of their vehicles, BMW plans to present a wide array of different models for use by emergency services at the General Police Equipment Exhibition & Conference (GPEC) in early September. Here are a few examples of vehicles being exhibited for their overall performance, especially as it pertains to the specific needs of law enforcement:
Already considered to be one of the best Sports Activity Vehicles (SAV) commercially available, the new BMW X3 is being presented in a different light. With a wide range of functionality, the X3 could service an equally wide range of needs that are held by many law enforcement agencies around the world. In addition, the X3′s great customization and wide array of options and features make it perfect for even the most specific task.
BMW 3 Series Touring
Combining the speed, handling, and agility of the BMW 3 Series line with exceptional interior space and improved driver assistance systems, the new BMW 3 Series Touring seems to be the perfect vehicle for many different types of law enforcement work. In addition, the 3 Series Touring is adaptable to any form of customization, making it ideal for law enforcement agencies to equip with whatever technology or features are necessary.
BMW i3 Concept
Considered to be a “car of the future”, the i3 Concept, while not yet in production, promises to be a completely electrically powered vehicle. In addition to its many other uses, the i3 is widely applicable in the arena of security, offering advantages that other fuel-powered cars do not. Perfect for deployment in localized areas such as harbors or airports because of its incredibly low emissions, the i3 promises to revolutionize the way in which security and law enforcement traverse urban environments.
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Continuing to dominate the automotive market in both already-developed cars and concept cars, BMW had an impressive showing at the German Design Council’s Automotive Brand Contest 2012. Taking home a grand total of 48 awards, BMW Group Design showed again the exceptional design quality and painstaking effort that goes into every single BMW vehicle. Here are just a few of the designs that stood above the competition:
BMW i8 Concept Spyder
Combining incredible fuel efficiency and a futuristic, sleek design, the BMW i8 Concept Spyder is truly “the car of the future”. An intelligent lightweight design and BMW’s highly researched cutting-edge hybrid technology make the Spyder the world’s first “hybrid-sports car”. The Concept Spyder was celebrated by the German Design Council for its use of technology and overall, impressive design.
BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe
A model that is now available, the BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe represents BMW’s attempt at combining the comfort and aesthetics of a classic Coupe with the luxurious and exceptional performance of a sports car. The attempt has paid off, and the new 6 Series Gran Coupe has quickly come to be considered one of BMW’s best looking cars. In a competition that praises aesthetics above all else, the Gran Coupe still managed to astound and inspire.
BMW Zagato Coupe
Flaunting a style that is decidedly nontraditional for BMW, the new Zagato Coupe is truly a product of collaboration. Conceived as a BMW seen through the eyes of Italian coachbuilder Zagato, it presents a visually arresting and emotive exterior design. With Zagato’s famed sculpting of the vehicle and BMW’s attentive treatment of surfaces, its not surprising that the Coupe surprised and awed those at the 2012 Automotive Brand Contest.
BMW S 1000 RR
When one thinks of BMW, the mind may not immediately gravitate towards motorcycles. But, with fresh, alluring new designs, BMW has set out to change that. Lending patented technology to a motorcycle allows BMW to produce a sleek, lean new take on a performance motorcycle. With the addition of side aperture grilles to the center air box cover and a discreet revision of the asymmetrical side panels, the new S 1000 RR is shaping up to be a landmark effort for BMW and motorcycle enthusiasts alike.Share on Facebook
When people think about the BMW brand, they don’t think about it as a collection of vehicles. Rather, BMW represents a spirit that values quality, attention to detail, and a rich history. The BMW Spirit is captured perfectly in this episode of Cars I See, in which David Duran showcases his classic 1987 BMW 325i, explaining that to him, it is more than just a car.
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