In 2004 BMW announced plans to make odd-numbered models sedans and estates or wagons (BMW calls its estates/wagons Touring models), while even-numbered models will be two-door coupés and cabriolets.
This convention started informally in 1976 with the introduction of the BMW 6 Series and later continued in 1989 with the BMW 8 Series, but died off when the latter was discontinued in 1999. This practice was
revived as the Z4 replaced the aging Z3 roadster in 2003 and continues as the new 6 Series augments the existing BMW 5 Series.
Are you ready for winter driving? Just running winter tires doesn't answer all the preparation required for that blusty weather. Road conditions can change in minutes. You should be wary anytime you see slush, that mixture of rain and snow. It is as
dangerous as snow packed roads or even black ice. All of these conditions require snow tires for sure but also they dictate that you slow down in those road conditions. When you are in a long line of traffic, it is the tendency to drive the speed others
are driving but make a decision yourself. If that speed is too fast, carefully pull over in the slow lane and set your own speed. Don't rush.