BMW continues to be a globally trusted brand when it comes to consistently delivering exceptional luxury sports cars.
In their pursuit of being a leader in innovation and design, the Bavarian company is ever-present around the world with assembly facilities in 15 countries and a massive global sales network. This has enabled them to keep their finger on the pulse of the many markets they participate in, bolstering their commitments to continually improve their products.
Despite their ongoing evolution, the lineup of BMW vehicles remains familiar and recognizable – with the BMW M series of cars continuing to showcase the company’s best offerings. Other cars, such as the BMW Z4 and BMW i8 offer more unique tastes on performance; respectively bringing to life, the company’s philosophy in a roadster and hybrid form.
Here, we’ve compiled all the information – including starting prices, performance specs and reviews – on every model in the BMW High-Performance Range.
For 2021, BMW has opted not to unsettle the status quo too much, with virtually all models remaining largely unchanged since 2020. However, there is a newly redesigned M3/M4 (also in Competition trim) waiting in the wings until it debuts next year. The incoming product will usher in the 6th generation of BMW’s most popular performance car.
Like any of the other mainstream car manufacturers today, BMW is hunkering down to be innovative in order to stay relevant. The next generation of BMW vehicles is set to diversify the brand with a number of new performance and all-electric vehicle debutants – there will be something for everyone.