Austrian skydiver Peter Salzmann tests BMW’s 300 km/h electric wingsuit

Austrian skydiver Peter Salzmann tests BMW’s 300 km/h electric wingsuit

Expanding its reach to the skies, German luxury vehicle maker BMW has introduced an electric wingsuit that was recently tested by air sports pioneer Peter Salzmann.

BMW unveils app for Samsung’s Galaxy Gear smartwatch

Luxury car maker BMW used the Consumer Electronics Show 2014 in Las Vegas to unveil an app for Samsung's smartwatch Galaxy Gear.

BMW announced that its environment-friendly electric car i3 will feature a special app for the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch.

Equipped with the iRemote App, the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch will allows BMW i3 drivers to instantly check important vehicle functions, such as remaining range, without taking out a smartphone or opening an app.

BMW unveils limited edition M3 CRT

BMW has brought a new innovation in the automotive industry of late. It has created a new production process for carbon fibre resistant plastic components which can help sports cars to have a weight-to-power ratio of 7.7lbs/hp.

BMW gambling with the sporty looks

A serious challenge has been thrown up by BMW which has said that during this year it will be bringing on the streets 700 of its 1 Series coupes. This would bring in the open the sporty capabilities of the car and also show how it does not require petrol to run it. For BMW, which has been known as a high-performance brand, this means its total brand image is at stake.

BMW has also promised that its ActiveE is going to be a car that would be “100% electric and 100% BMW.” And before it needs a charge, it would have covered 100 miles.

BMW unveils improved versions of BMW 1-Series Coupé and Convertible

Distinguished automaker has BMW introduced the improved versions of the BMW 1-Series Coupé and Convertible, which will hit the UK roads on 26th of March, 2011.

Both of the upgraded versions of the BMW 1-Series Coupé and Convertible feature a new front bumper, modified back lights and improved fog lamps.

Electric Scooters by BMW, Daimler Stolen the Paris Show

It was the electric scooters by BMW AG's Mini and Daimler AG's Smart, which happened to steal away the show on Thursday, at the Paris Motor Show.

The displayed were just the design concepts which according to Executives of both the Companies, will only be made after the public reaction has been caught.

Thomas Weber, research and development member of Daimler's management board said," It's a very attractive concept for us. This is a huge market".