German carmaker BMW is on a roll - and it's set on squeezing even more mileage out of the luxury segment. It's planning up to 40 new top-of-the-range models to catch up with the competition.
Small headlights, radiator grilles like gaping maws, and windows like slits to fire weapons through: many cars at the Geneva Motor Show look more threatening every year – aggressive design is popular with customers.
This year, German car maker BMW is celebrating its 100th anniversary. The past, present and future of a successful company that seems to sell more that just a means of transport.
Are European manufacturers in danger of being left in the dust, as US regulatory conditions currently prove more favorable to pushing deeper into automation? Janelle Dumalaon reports from the Geneva Motor Show.
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