All posts tagged “bmw

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The post-combustion era

Over the winter I visited BMW World, and its neighboring museum, in Munich, Germany. I loved seeing how the company got its start and how far it has come since it helped to invent the automobile at the beginning of the 20th century. I think… Read More

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Mobility at CES

CES is underway right now in Las Vegas. About 200,000 people are in attendance.  Since tech and mobility are today closely intertwined, the show has become an important platform for the automative industry. Here is a video showcasing BMW’s new iNext concept (expected by 2021):… Read More

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Is Tesla the new iPhone?

Benedict Evans just published a great post on his blog about “Tesla, software and disruption.” I recommend a full read. In it, he tries to answer whether Tesla is really “the new iPhone” and if it will be as disruptive to the car landscape as some/many people… Read More

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Self-parking cars

I recently tested out BMW’s self-parking feature. I think it’s called parking assistant. But that doesn’t feel quite right, because it didn’t really assist. It actually did everything. As soon as you slow down and start driving past parked vehicles, the car automatically starts scanning… Read More