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Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (BMW; English: Bavarian Motor Works) is a German automobile, motorcycle and engine manufacturing company founded in 1917. BMW is headquartered in Munich, Bavaria, Germany. It also owns and produces the Mini marque, and is the parent company of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. BMW produces motorcycles under BMW Motorrad and Husqvarna brands. In 2010, the BMW group produced 1,481,253 automobiles and 112,271 motorcycles across all its brands.
The 1 Series, originally launched in 2004, is BMW’s smallest car. Currently available are the second generation hatchback (F20) and first generation coupe/convertible (E82/E88). The 3 Series, a compact executive car manufactured since model year 1975, is currently in its sixth generation (F30); models include the sport sedan (F30), and fourth generation station wagon (E91), and convertible (E93) and third generation coupe (E92). The 5 Series is a mid-size executive car, available in sedan (F10) and station wagon (F11) forms. The 5 Series Gran Turismo (F07), debuted in 2010, created a segment between station wagons and crossover SUV.
BMW’s full-size flagship executive sedan is the 7 Series. Typically, BMW introduces many of their innovations first in the 7 Series, such as the somewhat controversial iDrive system. The 7 Series Hydrogen, featuring one of the world’s first hydrogen fueled internal combustion engines, is fueled by liquid hydrogen and emits only clean water vapor. The latest generation (F01) debuted in 2009. Based on the 5 Series’ platform, the 6 Series is BMW’s grand touring luxury sport coupe/convertible (E63/E64). A 2-seater roadster and coupe which succeeded the Z3, the Z4 (E85) has been sold since 2002.
The X3 (E83), BMW’s second crossover SUV (called SAV or “Sports Activity Vehicle” by BMW) debuted in 2003 and is based on the E46/16 3 Series platform. Marketed in Europe as an off-roader, it benefits from BMW’s xDrive all-wheel drive system. The all-wheel drive X5 (E70) was BMW’s first crossover SUV (SAV), based on the 5 series, and is a mid-size luxury SUV (SAV) sold by BMW since 2000. A 4-seat crossover SUV released by BMW in December 2007, the X6 is marketed as a “Sports Activity Coupe” (SAC) by BMW. The X1 extends the BMW Sports Activity Series model lineup. 1 Series (F20) (2011–present) Hatchback 1 Series (E81) (2004–present) Coupe and convertible 3 Series (F30) (2012–present) Sedan, wagon 3 Series (E92) (2007-present) Coupe, convertible 5 Series (F10) (2010–present) Sedan, wagon 5 Series Gran Turismo (2009–present) Progressive Activity Sedan 6 Series (F12) (2010–present) Coupe, convertible, Gran Coupe 7 Series (F01) (2008–present) Sedan X1 (2009–present) Compact Crossover SUV/Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV) X3 (F25) (2010–present) Compact Crossover SUV/Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV) X5 (E70) (2006–present) Compact Crossover SUV/Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV) X6 (2008–present) Sports Activity Coupe Z4 (E89) (2009–present) Sports Roadster
BMW produce a number of high-performance derivatives of their cars developed by their BMW M GmbH (previously BMW Motorsport GmbH) subsidiary.
The current M models are: 1 Series M Coupe — E82 Coupe (2011 model year only) M3 — E90 Sedan, E92 Coupe, E93 Cabriolet (2007 to present) M5 — F10 Saloon (2011 to present) M6 – F12/13 (2012 to present) X5 M — E70 SAV (2010 to present) X6 M — E71 SAV (2010 to present)