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Latest News.

This section gives you access to the latest news stories across the BMW Group, including product launches, model updates, partnerships and stories relevant to small businesses.

The new MINI Countryman Plug-in Hybrid.

By BMW Group on 27/06/2017

The new MINI Cooper S E Countryman ALL4 is our most fleet-focussed model yet. Combining the efficiency of a hybrid with the practicality of a crossover, its 26-mile pure-electric range opens up the possibility of fuel-free commuting. Its 49 g/km CO2 emissions and average fuel consumption of 134.5 mpg (combined)…

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The first ever BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo.

By BMW Group on 19/06/2017

The first ever BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo is on its way, and it is set to become one of the most distinguished members of our range. The flowing roofline infuses the car with speed, whilst the frameless door design and sculptured 3D tail light impart it with the elegance…

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Company Car in Action: 13-14 June 2017.

By BMW Group on 17/05/2017

Company Car in Action is due to take place this year over two days, 13-14 June, at Millbrook Proving Ground. BMW and MINI Fleet & Business Sales will be offering delegates the opportunity to test drive a number of models from the ranges including the new BMW 5 Series and…

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New speeding fines now in force from 24 April 2017.

By BMW Group on 16/05/2017

From 24 April 2017 new laws regarding speeding fines have been introduced.  Drivers will now face fines ranging from £100 and 3 points through to the maximum of £2,500 and 6 points, plus disqualification. Going forward offenders can be charged up to 175% of their weekly income if they are…

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