The 1 Series is a small family car launched in Autumn 2004 in Europe. It is the only rear wheel drive vehicle in its class. A coupé has been announced for late 2007, and there are concepts for a hatchback and a minivan. It shares the same engines with the 318i, 318d, 320i, 320d and 330i. U.S. introduction for the 1 series is expected in MY2009 as a coupe' and convertible, in the 128i and the 135i, the latter powered by the fabulous N54 engine in the 335 lineup. The 1 series pricing fits neatly between MINI and the current E90 felipe cruz 3-series.
The 3 Series is BMW's entry-level luxury sedan, now in its fifth generation (E90). The car is also frequently attributed to BMW's sales success and is a major volume production for the company. The E90 line has been available in the United States and Canada since the 2006 model year. The E90 is currently available in the 318i (detuned 2.0 L I4 engine producing 129 hp), 318d (detuned 2.0 L I4 diesel producing 122 hp), 320i (with 2.0 L I4 producing 150 hp), 320d (with I4 diesel producing 163 hp), 323i (with I6 producing 174 hp), 325i (with a detuned 3.0 L I6 engine producing 215 hp or a 2.5 L I6 producing 218 hp), 325d (detuned 3.0 L I6 producing 197 hp), 330d (3.0l I6 producing 231 hp) and the 330i (with a 3.0 L I6 engine producing 255 hp), as well as the AWD-versions of these two models: 325xi and 330xi. In 2007 model year, a new engine was introduced: 335i. Notably, 335i used a twin-turbo charged in-line 6 cylinder engine, generating 300hp and 300 lb.ft. of torque.
The 6 Series is currently available in the 650i version with a 4.8 L V8 producing 360 hp and the 630i version with a 3.0l R6 Straight Six engine (it was the first model to use this engine).
- M6: A high performance version of the 6 Series. Developed by BMW's M Division, it is powered by the same 5.0 L V10 507 hp engine seen in the BMW M5. It is currently available in Europe, America and Australia.
A full-size luxury car competing with the world leader, the Lexus LS460, Mercedes-Benz S-Class, Audi A8, and Jaguar XJ. The 7 Series comes in the 730i/730Li, 730d/730Ld, 740i/740Li, 750i/750Li with the same engine as their respective 5 Series equivalent, and in the 760i and 760Li, with a 6.0 L V12 producing 438 hp. The 760Li is also made in a bulletproof version for clients who need extra protection. BMW plans to offer a car that runs on both petrol and hydrogen (hybrid).
BMW has announced a BMW Hydrogen 7 car for U.S. and Europe in 2007.