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BMW says new 7 series will park itself without driver at wheel

BMW says its new 7-series flagship sedan will be the world's first series-production car that can be parked without anyone at the wheel. The innovation will help make the automaker's flagship the most technologically advanced model in its class, r&d boss Klaus Froehlich said.  » READ

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