The BMW anticipated the Geneva Motor Show and revealed on Friday (14) the production version of the Series 2 Active Tourer. This is a gifted front-wheel drive minivan that marks the entrance of the German mark in the segment.
Vehicles with front wheel drive is the new challenge from BMW for the global market. Speaking to Autocar website, Herbert Diess, Chief Development Company, confirmed that, adding BMW and MINI, will be 15 models with such a system.
Alfa Romeo is working on a new plan to revive the brand. And, according to a report published by the Automotive News website, one of the key points in this process is the development of a new platform, which, it seems, will be called "Giorgio".