The new BMW M760Li xDrive was unveiled at the event, featuring the first M Performance TwinPower Turbo 12-cylinder petrol engine, hitting speeds of 62 mph in just 3.7 seconds.
BMW plug-in vehicles will also get a boost in 2016, with the new iPerformance designation offering technical advancements in electric motors, battery cells and electronic control systems. BMW i will also see the release of a Protonic Red Special Edition model, celebrating the brand’s unrivalled success in bringing a premium electric car to the market.
The new BMW M2 is also set to turn heads with BMW M Performance Parts, enhancing its movements and make its design even more individual. BMW ConnectedDrive will get an upgrade, including the On-Street Parking intelligent search function, allowing drivers to find free parking spaces in an instant.
To keep up to speed with the latest BMW news, please visit www.ridgeway.co.uk/bmw .