BMW And Daimler Join Forces To Develop Self-Driving Cars
German high-end car giants BMW and Mercedes-Benz maker Daimler said Thursday they would work together to develop automated driving and driver assistance systems, the latest cooperation for the historically fierce rivals. The two manufacturers have sealed a "long-term, strategic cooperation... to make next-level technologies widely available" by around 2025, they said in a joint statement.…
Coscharis woos BMW, Ford enthusiasts with yuletide promo
As 2018 business year winds up, Coscharis Motors has lined up offers for two of its major brands.
BMW profits dip on investments in e-cars
German high-end carmaker BMW on Thursday reported a dip in quarterly profits after ramping up spending on electric and self-driving cars.
BMW posts record net profit of 8.7 bn euros for 2017
German luxury carmaker BMW said Thursday its 2017 net profit soared 26 percent to a record 8.7 billion euros ($10.7 billion), driven by strong demand for electrified vehicles and a tax bump from the United States.
BMW offers valentine special packages
Coscharis Motors Plc, the exclusive representative of the BMW brand in Nigeria, has commenced the celebration of love with its customers through the Valentine Special promo for selected BMWvariants starting from February 12 to February 19, nationwide. The Valentine promo is poised to show its love commitment to customers and prospects alike. The company said…
BMW Group meets pledge to deliver 100,000 electrified vehicles
The BMW Group has delivered more than 100,000 electrified vehicles to customers worldwide in 2017, as promised at the beginning of the year. This underlines the company’s leadership role when it comes to electro-mobility. An eye-catching light installation will mark this milestone on the road to the mobility of the future, with the BMW Group…
BMW denies collusion on diesel emissions
German luxury carmaker BMW on Sunday denied any collusion with industry rivals on emissions from its diesel engines, saying none of its models had been "manipulated" or violated industry regulations.
Automakers settle deadly Takata airbag case for $553 mn
Four automakers including Toyota and BMW agreed Thursday to pay $553 million to settle a US lawsuit over the defective Takata airbags blamed for 11 deaths in the United States alone.