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Whatever your needs, you'll find first-hand impressions and professional opinions about the new BMW models that most interest you like the popular new 5-Series or the X6. All BMW reviews include comparisons, interior and exterior analysis, options & features, and test drives.

2008 BMW X6
The crossover SUV market has grown by leaps and bounds over the past couple of years. Along the way, a few vehicles have tipped the scales more toward car than SUV. The Infiniti EX35 comes to mind. Now, BMW is pushing the crossover idea further than ever by introducing the world's first crossover coupe. BMW calls it a Sports Activity Coupe.

2008 BMW 1-Series
BMW already offers more different size and shapes of cars and SUVs than at any time in its history, and the North American debut of the 2008 BMW 1 Series signals another attempt to provide the sporty-minded buyer on a budget a car that he or she will really enjoy driving.

2008 BMW 3-Series
BMW has come a long way in the past 50 years, from the low point in the winter of 1959 when its fortunes were so bad that it was nearly sold to Mercedes-Benz, to becoming a world powerhouse of motorcycles, high-performance cars, luxury sedans and SUVS. Like Mercedes-Benz with its AMG in-house racing and high-performance specialists, BMW has created its M division, primarily responsible for motorsports, but also for high-performance cars, including the M3 version of the 3 Series, the M5 version of the 5 Series, and the M6 version of the 6 Series (no M7 yet, and no high-performance versions of their SUVs, but it's only a matter of time).

2008 BMW 5-Series
Substantial improvements to the BMW 5 Series sedans and wagon for 2007 add a lot, but change little. The 5 Series remains a truly sporting sedan that stands out in the fiercely competitive market for mid-sized luxury cars.

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BMW, short for Bavarian Motor Works (in English anyway), says on its website that the company fosters a culture of ideas. "Ideas are everything," one page says. It is this attitude of exploration that has kept the German car maker in the forefront of the automotive industry.

Known primarily as a manufacturer of luxury-imports and high-end motorcycles, BMW's tag-line here in the USA is, "The Ultimate Driving Machine," and that isn't far from wrong, considering the quality of design that goes into their cars, but what isn't was widely known is that the company was originally an aircraft engine manufacturer.

The founder of BMW, Karl Friedrich Rapp, took a contract to build V12 engines for Austro-Daimler in 1916, and because he needed more capital, he joined forces with Camillo Castiglione and Max Friz, It was after this that the name BMW was born - the company officially became BMW AG in 1918.

Since then BMW has been busy. They built the first motorcycle engine, and later the first motorcycle, innovated the designs of sedans and coupes, and eventually became the parent company of Mini, Rolls Royce, and Rover (as in Land Rover), though they sold the latter.

In 2000, under Christopher Bangle's direction, BMW redesigned their entire line, and while traditionalists balked, sales increased, and have continued to increase. Their 3-series cars are currently the standard to be met in entry-level luxury sedans and their performance vehicles, while pricey, are gaining popularity.

Today, BMW continues to put their ideas to work, even showing a hydrogen fuel cell concept car, the Hydrogen 7, in Geneva this year. At BMW, ideas really are everything.