BMW is providing total driving pleasure that is unmatched through its latest car models in the BMW 3 Series and other classes. Take a look:
The sixth generation BMW 3-Series Sedan is an embodiment of sportiness. It has an impressive combination of excellent daily practicality, unrivaled agility and dynamic design.
It guarantees low fuel consumption and outstanding dynamics through its optimal weight distribution, powerful rear-wheel drive and classic, high-efficiency diesel and petrol engines. It has the best traction afforded by the wise BMW xDrive four-wheel-drive system.
The model comes with M Sport package, Luxury Line and Sport Line options, allowing you to adapt the one that meets your personal wants.
BMW 3 Series – Gran Turismo
Gran Turismo combines spaciousness and a powerful sporty character. It is a magnetic fascination because of its flowing roof line of classical coupes and athletic stature.
Technologically, it is far ahead because it has double-round headlights of LED technology, an active rear spoiler, powerful BMW TwinPower turbo engines and the Head-Up Display.
It comes in varied lines and can be adapted to your personal style.
BMW’s History and Stock Price Performance
Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (BMW) is a German manufacturer of luxury vehicles, motorcycles and engines, and a provider of premium mobility and financial services.
The Munich based company was formed in 1916 in the name of Bayerische Flugzeug-Werke AG (BFW). The same year, Flugmaschinefabrik Gustav Otto firm merged into BFW under government directive. Elsewhere, the Rapp Motorenwerke was renamed Bayerische Motoren Werke GmbH in 1917, and was converted into a public limited company (AG) in 1918.
Later in 1922, BFW acquired BMW AG, including its entire engine building operations and brand name.
Currently, the BMW Group has thirty one production and assembly plants across fourteen countries and has a worldwide sales network.
BMW Stock Price History
BMW: the shares traded at an average price of €78.36 on July 27 on London Stock Exchange, and have been on a rising trend the past week. A glance at BMW’s shares in the past five years shows a normal curve whereby the shares were at their peak in the week of 9 March 2015 trading at AP of €119.95. This had been fueled by rising segment revenues that influenced the Group to revise upwards its forecast annual revenues for the year as was communicated in the Q1 Report to 31st March 2015.