BMW is definitely not going to confirm their plans of launching a brand new flagship, because it is something the company may prefer to reserve for a special occasion.
The team at BMW has been working day and night or that’s what we assume, based on some of the impressive designs they have come up with. Their latest launches are definitely a milestone because it not only impressed the buyers, but had car enthusiasts head over heels for its innovative concept and looks. While their design spree continues, the company is all set to showcase something unique at the upcoming Los Angeles Auto Show. The show will take place on November 18 which is a good month to go, but rumors and speculations are already rife for every top brand.
The company has a couple of cars set to be revealed at the auto expo. There will be a 2016 variant of the BMW 3 series, i3 Electric model and probably an i8 Supercar as well. The BMW 330e is one of the anticipated models but surprisingly the ‘e’ in the model number doesn’t indicate electric, but fuel efficiency. The brand has been doing a lot to come up with more fuel efficient cars and the 330e is one such variant.
There’s also the BMW X1, a compact SUV powered by a 2.0 liter four-cylinder turbocharged engine. The highlight of this model is that it supports an all-wheel drive system which makes it the best vehicle to opt, for long distance trips. The size of the SUV has also been significantly boosted up so as to make it more passenger friendly. It gives more legroom and headroom to ensure a comfortable ride.
Above all, there’s the BMW 7 series, a car designed to be the epitome of technology from the brand’s stable. The chassis of the car is built on carbon fiber, a material used in most modern day vehicles. It significantly reduces the weight, making them more fuel efficient but provides the necessary weight to stay put on the road. The 7 series also have a key fob with its own screen and a huge infotainment system powered by gesture controls. For any driver looking forward to experiencing the cutting edge technology, this variant is a good fit.
The brand has plans to launch M4 GTS which will join the sports segment occupied by the M4 coupe. With such a huge lineup, the end of the year Los Angeles Auto Show is surely something to look forward to.