BMW agrees to pay $4.1B to raise brilliance China stake
BMW is betting on China, paying more than $4B to boost its stake in its joint venture with Brilliance Automotive.
BMW lifts prices in China on U.S.-made SUVs
German carmaker BMW said it will raise the prices of two U.S.-made crossover sport-utility vehicles in China to cope with the additional cost of tariffs on U.S. car imports into the world’s biggest auto market.
BMW joins Airbus in warning of U.K. pullback on Brexit-deal doubts
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Hyundai overtakes its German luxury car rivals
In its debut year, Hyundai’s luxury line bumped Volkswagen AG’s Audi from top billing to the No. 2 spot, with premium mainstays BMW, Toyota Motor Corp.’s Lexus and VW’s Porsche rounding out the top five.
BMW’s Robertson: China dealers' mood ‘much more stable’
BMW expects to see Chinese sales growth this year, but not double-digit gains as experienced in recent years, sales chief Ian Robertson tells Bloomberg’s Ryan Chilcote at the Geneva International Motor Show. Roberton added the company is still adding dealers in China and BMW believes “very firmly” that U.K. will be better off staying in EU.