Bayerische Motoren Werke AG, pisichasqa BMW, nisqaqa Alimanyamanta achka mama kawsayllatqachasqa makikamachiyninmi, sumaq antawakunata, muturphirunkukunatapas ruwaqmi, Munich llaqtapi, Baviera suyupi, Alimanyapi umalliq wasiyuq. Chay llamk'ayqa 1916 watapi kamasqa karqan, wayra wamp'u kuyuchinakunata ruwaqhinam, chaytam 1917 watamanta 1918 watakama rurarqan, 1933 watamanta 1945 watakama yapamanta.
Kunan pacha antawakuna[llamk'apuy | pukyuta llamk'apuy]
The current model lines of BMW cars are:
- 1 Series five-door hatchbacks (model code F40). A four-door sedan variant (model code F52) is also sold in China and Mexico.
- 2 Series two-door coupes (model code G42), "Active Tourer" five-seat MPVs (U06) and four-door "Gran Coupe" fastback sedans (model code F44).
- 3 Series four-door sedans (model code G20) and five-door station wagons (G21).
- 4 Series two-door coupes (model code G22), two-door convertibles (model code G23) and five-door "Gran Coupe" fastbacks (model code G26).
- 5 Series four-door sedans (model code G30) and five-door station wagons (G31). A long-wheelbase sedan variant (G38) is also sold in China.
- 6 Series "Gran Turismo" five-door fastbacks (model code G32)
- 7 Series four-door sedans (model code G70).
- 8 Series two-door coupes (model code G14), two-door convertibles (G15) and "Gran Coupe" four-door fastback sedans (G16).
1 Series (F40)
2 Series Gran Coupé (F44)
2 Series (G42)
3 Series (G20)
4 Series (G22)
5 Series (G30)
6 Series (G32)
7 Series (G70)
8 Series (G15)
The current model lines of the X Series SUVs and crossovers are:
i Wallpama[llamk'apuy | pukyuta llamk'apuy]
All-electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid vehicles are sold under the BMW i sub-brand. The current model range consists of:
- i4 D-segment (compact) liftback, powered by one or two electric motors
- i7 F-segment (full-size) sedan, powered by two electric motors
- iX1 C-segment (subcompact) SUV, powered by two electric motors
- iX3 D-segment (compact) SUV, powered by one electric motor
- iX E-segment (mid-size) SUV, powered by two electric motors
The BMW M GmbH subsidiary (called BMW Motorsport GmbH until 1993) started making high-performance versions of various BMW models in 1978.
Plantilla:As of, the M lineup is:
- M2 two-door coupe
- M3 four-door sedan and five-door station wagon
- M4 two-door coupe/convertible
- M5 four-door sedan
- M8 two-door coupe/convertible and four-door sedan
- X3 M compact SUV
- X4 M compact coupe SUV
- X5 M mid-size SUV
- X6 M mid-size coupe SUV
Motorsport[llamk'apuy | pukyuta llamk'apuy]
BMW has a long history of motorsport activities, including:
- Touring cars, such as DTM, WTCC, ETCC and BTCC
- Formula One
- Endurance racing, such as 24 Hours Nürburgring, 24 Hours of Le Mans, 24 Hours of Daytona and Spa 24 Hours
- Isle of Man TT
- Dakar Rally
- American Le Mans Series
- IMSA SportsCar Championship
- Formula BMW – a junior racing Formula category.
- Formula Two
- Formula E
2016 BMW M4 DTM
2016 BMW M6 GT3
2016 BMW S1000RR
Pukyukuna[llamk'apuy | pukyuta llamk'apuy]
- ↑ BMW 1 Series Sedan No Longer China-Exclusive; Launched in Mexico (en)
- ↑ BMW M models. BMW USA
- ↑ 3,0 3,1 The all-new BMW X3 M and the all-new BMW X4 M. (en)
- ↑ The Next-Generation BMW X5 M Could Debut Early In 2020 (en-us) (30 December 2017)
- ↑ 2020 BMW X6 (G06) Spied In Spartanburg (en) (25 June 2018)