BMW is looking for the ActiveE 1-Series to take up where the Mini E will leave off. The electric vehicle will be made available, probably in the same sort of small numbers as the Mini, for lease, starting in 2011. This new test fleet of ActiveE vehicles will give the automaker more real world experience in terms of EV use, leading up to a vehicle that will be offered for sale, “In the first half of this decade,” according to company board member, Ian Robertson.
The Mini E has already proven that BMW can build a fun-to-drive EV, and we can only imagine that electric 1-Series will follow in its dynamic footsteps. Click through to read the full First Look of the ActiveE Concept, here
The Sterrato is basically a Huracán on steroids, even though it will have slightly less power and a slower top speed.
All hail BMW – the automaker who has made some curious choices the last few years – is bringing back the 3.0 CSL Batmobile!
Well, it’s finally official – Logan Sargeant will drive full-time for Williams F1 next season in Formula 1!
The 911 Dakar’s engineers raided the 911 parts bin, transplanting the 473hp twin-turbo flat-six from the Carrera GTS, installing the GT3’s carbon-fiber hood, the Carrera S brakes, and the cooling system from the Turbo S.