BMW is introducing a new line of vehicles, the M series, which it says will be the first BMW models to be powered by a new combustion engine.
BMW says the new engines will be more efficient and safer than those found in the current M models, and will be capable of handling a range of different fuel conditions.
BMW said it will begin shipping the first M series models this summer.
The company says the vehicles will feature “innovative technology” including a new, more powerful version of the combustion engine, and the introduction of a new “M” badge.
The M line will debut in late 2019.
The new engines are more powerful and more efficient than the existing M models.
The introduction of these engines is a significant change from previous BMW models, which have been powered by the same combustion engine in previous models.
BMW has been using a two-stroke four-cylinder gasoline engine for its M line since the mid-2000s.
The engine is known for its relatively high fuel efficiency and good performance in cold climates, but its performance has suffered since then.
In a press release, BMW said the new M engines will have a total output of 551 horsepower, and are expected to be more fuel efficient than previous engines in the M line.
The cars will be able to reach 60 mph in 3.6 seconds and top out at more than 300 miles per hour, BMW says.
The vehicles will also feature a range-topping sport suspension, BMW added.
BMW’s M models will be available in all of the company’s European markets starting in 2019.