BMW

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BMW. (I suggest you click on the BMW Innovation Lounge and the BMW Vehicle Range link for i-film presentations. You may have to click around to find some of them. For example, first click on the BMW Vehicle Range link, then the link for the M6, then More Information, then Continue, then Experience, and finally Start at the bottom of Starting Power. There you will find one of the i-films. Follow approximately the same sequence for other models and their i-films.)

And be certain to download the free BMW Audio Books. This quote, taken from the BMW site, best tells what you will find there:

Put on your seatbelt and prepare for highs, lows and plenty of twists and turns. BMW, in conjunction with Random House, brings you BMW Audio Books, a unique series of specially-commissioned short stories showcasing the work of some of the finest contemporary writing talent. Each gripping tale is yours to download for free and a new book will be available to download every two weeks. Listen to them on your MP3 player, your laptop or ideally, in the car. So sit back, hit play and enjoy the ride.

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2 Responses to “BMW”

  1. SippinWhisky’s Distillery » Blog Archive » General Motors (GM) Says:

    […] There is also a striking contrast in GM’s awareness of the current seller-to-buyer marketing communications environment versus that of companies like BMW and Porche. The multimedia advertising by GM is both often very well-hidden within its many seemingly disparate sites and also bears the appearances of design by high-school interns instead of professional advertising agencies. The majority of GM’s online ads present visual images of their products, but without any sound. In other words, they are not very engaging. […]

  2. Stacey's Auto Parts Resources Says:

    BMW Individual M6 Convertible in Neiman Marcus Chr

    In their tradition of offering special edition rides in their Christmas catalogue, Neiman Marcus and BMW has announced the availability of the Limited-Edition 2007 BMW Individual M6 Convertible in the 2006 Neiman Marcus Christmas Book.

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