Hail to our Ultimate Driving Robot Overlords! Meet Letron – a real-life Transformer that turns a humble BMW 3 Series Coupe into a towering giant robot with articulated, powered limbs and plenty of sci-fi sound effects.

The driveable Transformer was designed and built by Turkish company Letvision.  Letvision is calling this their first prototype in what they expect to be a long line of transforming robot cars.  There’s still no word on just how much these modified vehicles will cost, or even if more will be seen in the future as promised, but we have to admit, this is a pretty cool example of how life imitates art.

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Top Gear’s Stig and the BMW M2.

March 15th, 2017|0 Comments

From critic to owner to brand fan, everyone seems to love the all-new BMW M2.  Despite being BMW’s smallest M car, many see it as the brand’s greatest homage to its Ultimate Driving Machine origins.  […]

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Electrifying developments in charging infrastructure.

March 15th, 2017|0 Comments

The electric vehicle market continues to grow and so does the infrastructure to support it. One of the boons to electric vehicle ownership is the proliferation of charging stations – and especially the fast-charging stations.

European […]

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Second Generation: BMW X1 Review

March 15th, 2017|0 Comments

The second generation of BMW X1 is here and BMW Blog is happy to report it has been worth the wait.  “The new X1 is still a fantastic car and we’re big fans here”, says […]

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South Motors Fine Arts Festival: January 21 and 22

January 24th, 2017|0 Comments

South Motors invites you to the 13th annual South Motors Fine Arts Festival.  Enjoy an afternoon in South Florida’s most lush and luxurious setting, checking out beautiful and engaging works of art created by some […]