Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (BMWG.DE)
2 Dec 2016
Wed, Nov 30 2016
JAKARTA German automaker BMW on Wednesday launched its 7 series sedans in Indonesia that will be assembled in the country as it seeks to tap into the long-term demand for luxury vehicles in Southeast Asia's biggest economy.
MOSCOW German carmaker BMW is recalling 33,026 of its X3 F25 and X4 F26 cars in Russia to fix a problem with the Isofix child-restraint anchors, Russian standards agency Rosstandart said on Tuesday.
MOSCOW, Nov 29 German carmaker BMW is recalling 33,026 of its X3 F25 and X4 F26 cars in Russia to fix a problem with the Isofix child-restraint anchors, Russian standards agency Rosstandart said on Tuesday.
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FRANKFURT, Nov 29 A capital increase by one third at German carbon fibre and carbon materials specialist SGL will water down the stake held by carmaker Volkswagen , while rival BMW will maintain its position by purchasing new shares.
SEOUL, Nov 29 South Korea said on Tuesday it plans to disallow sales of two Nissan Motor Co Ltd, one BMW AG and three Porsche AG car models after finding errors in certification documents for the car makers' imported models.
FRANKFURT, Nov 27 BMW is increasing the size of its venture capital fund, BMW i Ventures, to 500 million euros ($530 million) from 100 million, German business daily Handelsblatt said on Sunday, citing an interview with one of the carmaker's board members.
FRANKFURT, Nov 27 German luxury carmaker BMW plans to launch a new version of its i3 electric car next year with a longer range and revamped design, German weekly Welt am Sonntag reported, citing company sources. BMW will rework the front and rear of the i3 and equip the car with a new battery to increase its range substantially beyond the current 300 km maximum, the paper said, adding that the increase would be below 50 percent. BMW has been torn about whether to accelerate
* Says company has also bagged an order to supply wheels to BMW India
GUANGZHOU/WUZHEN, China German automaker BMW and Chinese internet giant Baidu will end their joint research on self-driving cars, executives for the two firms said on Friday, with Baidu now searching for new global research partners.
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