Why BMW might get rid of car keysSept. 15
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Can Kuhnt get BMW back on track?June 26
BMW's iNext: A self-driver you'll be able to driveApril 3
BMW's iNext, which is expected by 2021, will offer Level 4 automation that requires little to no human intervention, says the brand's sales chief, Ian Robertson. But the vehicle will have a steering wheel and most likely pedals.
The next wave of electric vehiclesOct. 3, 2016
Brexit anxiety decreasing but not goneOct. 3, 2016
BMW's DriveNow is profitable, sales chief saysOct. 3, 2016
BMW's top brass caught in electric divideSept. 19, 2016
Tesla envy among German luxury carmakers remains at a fever pitch, as Automotive News pointed out this month. Indeed, BMW's top executives will skip next week's Paris auto show to wrestle with how to react to the U.S. upstart.
Toyota says Brexit may lead to 10% duties on U.K.-built carsJune 20, 2016
Toyota warned that a withdrawal by the UK from the EU may lead to levies of as much as 10 percent on the cars it builds in Britain. Jaguar Land Rover CEO Ralf Speth also warned about a so-called Brexit, saying leaving the EU would be "highly damaging."
Brace for change, BMW's sales chief warnsJune 13, 2016
BMW sales and marketing chief Ian Robertson warned that the marketplace for transportation is evolving at a far faster pace than only recently believed by the car industry, likening incumbent automakers to frogs in a pot slowly cooking to a boil.