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BMW produce two millionth 1 Series and a fix for the i3-Lamborghini 2014 sales

This month BMW have officially produced their two millionth 1 Series model after production of the range was first begun in 2004. The vehicle came off of the production line in the brands home country of Germany and it was purchased by a customer in Japan. An image was taken of the production model which was chosen in a metallic Blue paint design and is also equipped with the M package which boasts some updates in power and equipment. The 1 Series was originally brought into play as the official replacement for the companies Compact range and over the past eleven years, the vehicle has been available in many designs. With BMW celebrating a rise in sales for the month of February compared to the year before and even the month before in January, we believe that the two millionth 1 Series model has added to those new car sales which continue to increase.


Lamborghini reveal new car sales figures

Lamborghini have officially revealed the statistics for the amount of new car sales that were achieved world wide for the 2014 year and it is good news. The total number of the companies cars sold were announced to be 2,530 which means a nineteen percent rise in sales compared to 2013. Both the Huracan and the Aventador were the two biggest sellers that the sports car brand had on offer. This is the fourth consecutive year that the brand have achieved more sales success and with the development of these new models, it is not hard to see why. Lamborghini are indeed a master of their craft and there is no doubt about it, the company are bigger and better than ever. Even though the sales numbers sound low in the two thousands area, this is huge for the company as their more exotic sports cars do retail a lot more expensive than other companies but for the driving experience that you will never forget, their cars are worth every penny.


BMW repairing problems with the i3

We all know the BMW i3 for being one of the most exciting and well loved electric vehicles that the automotive industry has to offer. To add to the vehicles appeal the company also offered a version of the car featuring a range extender to bring even more mileage from a singular charge to the battery. However some reports had been placed that said with the range extender model, the vehicle would not warn the driver of when the charge on the battery was reaching low conditions. However now BMW have reported a fix for this problem which involves just a simple software update to the system. The brand have stated that you can visit your local dealership for this upgrade which will be free of charge and will also carry a system that tells the driver when acceleration is set to drop due to the power left in the vehicle.