The next four years will be quite busy for BMW. According to Auto Motor und Sport, BMW plans to offer 28 new or refreshed models from until 2021. Next in line to be launched is the BMW 5 Series Touring at the Geneva Motor Show in March, followed by the 6 Series Gran Turismo in the summer.
Also this summer, BMW will unveil the new X3 which goes on the market towards the end of the year. The X2 will shortly follow with the same small petrol and diesel engines of the X1. Those two new SUVs will pave the way for the ultimate crossover ever built by BMW – the X7 – which launches in 2018.
Also this year, BMW will give us a look at the new F90 M5 and the highly-awaited M2 GTS/CS. Both M products will be available to purchase in 2018. We already know that the M5 will benefit from all-wheel drive and will have a 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 delivering over 600 hp. The M2 GTS/CS on the other hand will get the 3.0-liter engine from the M3/M4.
BMW will step into 2018 with the new G02 X4, followed by the G05 X5. The i8 Spyder, new Z4 and X3 long wheelbase are some of the others products planned for 2018. The next-generation G20 3 Series will also be introduced in late 2018, for a 2019 launch.
Check out the full list of models below as presented by AMS. There are still a couple of products in there that we can’t confirm, like the i5 scheduled for 2021.
BMW 5 Series – February 2017
BMW 5 Series Touring – Summer 2017
BMW i3 S – Summer 2017
BMW 5 Series M Performance – Summer 2017
BMW 6 Series Facelift – Spring 2017
BMW 4 Series Facelift – March 2017
BMW 2 Series Coupé – July 2017
BMW 2 Series Convertible – July 2017
BMW 6 Series GT – 2017
BMW X2 – End of 2017
BMW X3 – End of 2017
BMW X7 – 2018
BMW M5 – 2018
BMW M2 GTS/CS – 2017
BMW M2 Facelift – 2017
BMW Z4 – 2018
BMW X3M – 2018
BMW i8 Spyder – 2018
BMW X1 L – 2018
BMW M4 GT4 – 2018
BMW X4 – 2018
BMW 8 Series Coupé – 2018
BMW 3 Series – 2018/2019
BMW X5 – 2018
BMW 1 Series – 2019
BMW iNext – 2019
BMW 8 Series Convertible – End of 2019
BMW i5 – 2021