ESPN.com/Associated Press A new report from ESPN.net suggests that BMW has struck a deal with AMC that would bring the sports car maker’s headquarters to Chicago and bring in additional revenue streams for the AMC brands.
As previously reported by ESPN.nfl, BMW has been in talks with AMC for a long time to buy the Lincoln division and could even buy AMC as part of a larger purchase of AMC’s brands.
But it’s now reported that the two sides are nearing an agreement, and that BMW is working on a deal that would see the BMW brand enter AMC’s market.
This report comes on the heels of a report from Business Insider that BMW, which had been looking to take on AMC for some time, was now close to completing the deal.
It also coincides with the release of a new report by CNBC that BMW was working on an acquisition that would buy AMC from AMC, as well as other brands.
The new report comes just days after a separate report by The Wall Street Journal that BMW and AMC were nearing a deal.
This is good news for BMW, as it has been struggling with its sales, but bad news for AMC, who had hoped that the new deal would allow the company to focus more on its brands and less on its automotive business.BMW also has a lot to do to compete with other automakers in the automotive space, which means that the news about the deal could be good for the company.
The company already has some solid competition in the space with the Audi A3 and the Chevrolet Bolt EV.