Video: Powerful BMWs Will Soon Have No Turn Signals. But It Is Not Exactly
In the Instagram account of the BMW M division, the news appeared: starting next year, the most powerful Bavarian cars will not have direction indicators. And the BMW concern itself announced that tuning kits in the style of modern Bavarian models will be available for owners of cars of past years. If you are seriously interested in these two, do not forget to take a look at the calendar before reading.
- BMW M argued for their refusal as follows: cars do not need a part that no one uses anyway.
- As for the mass-produced BMW cars of previous years, the manufacturer proposes to make them similar to their latest innovations, so that they become relevant again in the eyes of the owners. So, for the seventh series in the back of the E65 will offer huge nostrils of the radiator grill, as on the last "four". The BMW X5 E70 can be fitted with an illuminated radiator grille, just like the latest X6. And the classic "three-ruble note" in the back of the E30 can be refined with a body kit that copies the latest generation of the BMW M4.
Volkswagen joked the other day. The concern said that in light of the priority direction of the auto industry for electrification, it plans to rename itself Voltswagen. This was reported by the USToday edition with reference to the already deleted news on the official website of the brand. An insider who wished to remain anonymous confirmed that this was allegedly true.
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