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About the High-End BMWs
Who hasn’t heard of BMW? The German company has been producing cars since 1928 and have a long list of model lines and individual models.
Most people are familiar with many BMW models that they see on the road, including the BMW 1 Series, BMW 2 Series, BMW 3 Series, BMW 4 Series, BMW 5 Series, BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo, BMW 8 Series, and the X Series SUVs and crossovers. The 4 and 8 Series also come with Gran Coupe models.
The true luxury experience comes with the BMW Z Series, the BMW M Series, and a few other models that BMW has up their sleeves. For instance, the BMW M760i xDrive isn’t in the M or Z series, but as part of BMW’s flagship model line, this 7 Series full-size luxury sedan is a symbol of high-performance luxury.
The M Series is a high-performance line that consists of two-door, four-door, and five-door coupes, sedans, convertibles, and SUVs.
The BMW M3 is a four-door coupe or convertible and serves as a high-performance version of BMW’s 3 Series. The BMW M4 is a two-door coupe that also comes in a convertible model; the M4 replaced the M3 and has a more powerful, turbocharged engine and superior handling, braking, and suspension systems to go along with it. The BMW M5 isn’t your typical sports car, as it’s a four-door sports sedan, but it’s an incredibly powerful vehicle with 0 to 62 mph acceleration at only 3.4 seconds.
BMW sometimes uses an M in other models, like the M Sport or M Performance variants of other BMW vehicles.
The BMW Z models are two-seat roadsters. The first was the Z1, which was only produced from 1989 to 1991. The Z3 was introduced in 1996 after featuring in the James Bond film, GoldenEye. It was produced until 2002. The Z8 was a limited edition model, made only from 2000 to 2003. BMW followed that up with three generations of the BMW Z4: the E85 and E86 Z4 from 2002 to 2008, the E89 Z4 from 2009 to 2016, and the current G29 Z4, which was introduced in 2018.
BMW’s i Models are electric and hybrid vehicles and include the BMW i3 and the BMW i8. The i3 is an electric, five-door, mini hatchback, while the i8 is a more traditional-looking two-door hybrid roadster. Some of their other hybrid models based on other body types included turbocharged or four-cylinder engines and electric motors. These models have great fuel economy, for example the i8, a plug-in hybrid, gets 76 mpge, or 29 mpg when running on pure gasoline.
If you’d like more information before making a decision, be sure to check out our Complete How-To Sell Your Exotic Car Guide and our in-depth research piece Leasing vs Owning.