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BMW Motorrad has introduced a new Adventure version of its Motorrad Navigator GPS system. With specific features geared toward off-the-beaten-path travel, this new Adventure version can even support motorcycle-bound geocaching excursions.
In celebration of Earth Day 2013, ChargePoint, Inc. the largest network of electric vehicle charging stations, announced it has teamed with BMW’s premium, electric car sharing program DriveNow to showcase the benefits of electric vehicles and EV charging in the workplace.
The BMW i3 is exciting on many levels. While it may not be everyone’s cup of tea it is ushering in a new era of vehicle manufacturing that is ecological, sustainable and most of all cutting edge. The use of high tech components in the i3 will pave the way for it to trickle down throughout the BMW lineup. We love the idea of a lightweight full on torque car that is both practical and fun, read on for what makes the i3 so revolutionary.
Bosch has set numerous innovation milestones in a broad range of automotive projects. This has made the supplier one of BMW’s most important and most innovative partners. In addition to receiving this prize, Bosch was nominated in the categories “Connected Drive” and “Sustainablity”.
BMW Customers Now Get One-Year Subscription to SiriusXM’s All Access Package with New Vehicle Purchase
BMW of North America and Sirius XM Radio (NASDAQ: SIRI) today announced that BMW and MINI customers will receive a one-year subscription to SiriusXM’s All Access Package when purchasing any Model Year 2013 or newer BMW vehicle, MINI vehicle or BMW Motorcycle equipped with a satellite radio starting this month.
BMW Launches “The Electronaut Effect” a New Digital Tool Offering Drivers Real-Life Data on BMW ActiveE Driving Performance and Benefits
BMW today launched the Electronaut Effect, a new digital tool that gives consumers access to key aggregated data about the range, cost savings and positive environmental impact that actual BMW ActiveE drivers – called “Electronauts” – are experiencing across the country. This unfiltered information, updated weekly, will help inform consumers’ decision about purchasing an electric vehicle.
BMW & MINI are taking the wraps off of four new apps within the the BMW Apps ecosystem. The biggest in our eyes are Audible and TuneIn. Audible obviously for …
With the rumors of a new China-only sub-brand and sales that continue to expand, BMW is continuing it’s focus on investment in the Chinese market. The latest step will see …
The BMW Group and the international automotive supplier Continental are stepping up their collaboration in the field of driver assistance systems. In January, the two companies signed an agreement to jointly develop an electronic co-pilot system capable of supporting highly automated driving.
BMW’s FIZ is full of incredible technology and secret rooms. The driving simulator building happens to have both. And today we get an inside look at how BMW tests various assistance and infotainment systems.
The newly launched BMW Car Hotspot LTE is now bringing LTE high-speed mobile internet access to the road. Just like a router in the home, the BMW Car Hotspot LTE provides internet access for mobile client devices. Passengers can enjoy high-speed internet surfing on as many as eight different mobile devices simultaneously. Using the new LTE (Long Term Evolution) wireless technology, the BMW Car Hotspot LTE takes the mobile internet experience to a whole new level.
BMW AG has worked its magic in terms of aerodynamics and efficiencies with the German bobsled and luge teams in past Olympics with great success. BMWNA wants to get in on the fun as well and is working on developing the two-man bobsled for the USA Bobsled & Skeleton Federation to be used in future Olympic games.
The Tesla Model S is now leaving its California factory at around 100 units per month as production ramps up. Tesla and its R&D into electrified drive trains is something …
Official Release: In today’s modern society, we are constantly online. A world without social networks would be almost inconceivable, while using apps has become an intrinsic part of our digital …