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The second-generation, South Carolina-built BMW X5 moves up in size, performance, comfort, versatility and standing
Who said racing doesn't improve road cars? BMW makes lots of noise about the similarity between its World Touring Car Championship racers and roadgoing models - with good reason.
It didn't seem so long ago that car manufacturers were telling everyone the small coupé was dead. Ford pulled the plug on the Puma and Cougar, while Volkswagen canned the Corrado and Vauxhall binned its Bertone-designed Astra.
The shine is set to come off a whole family of new BMWs, we can exclusively reveal - and it's all down to a new kind of paint... <br/>
It's the cheaper alternative to the M Roadster, but does the new BMW Z4 feel like second best?
The second-generation BMW X5 sports utility vehicle is caught in footage shot near the company's German HQ
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