There is no doubt that about the BMW’s superior dynamics, which is far ahead of the Mercedes-Benz
Group Malaysia, which just launched its BMW Shop Online - a digital showroom to view and place a booking
BMW Thailand is preparing for the launch of the locally-assembled (CKD) BMW X7.
This level of ride quality is more akin to (in more ways than one, betters) a BMW rather than a Japanese
now here’s a basic guide of things you should look out for when buying its direct rival, the BMW
📢📢Announcement:Ever encounter problems with your car?
** This article is the personal experience of a 2009 BMW E93 M3 owner and does not necessarily reflect
As you know, BMW has officially discontinued the BMW i8.
** This article is the personal experience of a 2018 BMW G11 740Le owner and does not necessarily reflect
Last month, BMW Malaysia launched the 2020 BMW X5 plug-in hybrid vehicle (PHEV) in Malaysia and it costs
Aruz Honda City (SE only) Nissan Serena Mitsubishi Outlander Mitsubishi Triton BMW
the final specifications (international markets model, local specifications to be confirmed) of the BMW
BMW Group Financial Services Malaysia introduces the i-Renewal digital service for the BMW MINI Comprehensive
X2 M35i, priced at RM 398,800 (OTR without insurance, with SST).Which is the better choice on paper?
Well, it seems like BMW Malaysia is charging up its EV game, as they have begun teasing the 2021 BMW
Another week, another new BMW M car.
Remember the Mini EV X2 that previously went viral?
BMW Malaysia has released the updated price list for 2021 with a few notable changes.
BMW 1M, M1, M2, M3, M4, M5, M6, and M8. See what number is missing there?
Bitter, but model cutting is an obligatory course for BMW to go through this gloomy course.Majority of
Now the BMW 8 Series is even more powerful!
to fork out at least RM 5,000.SBR TechnicOther than that, the XV’s CVT is also known to cause problems
BMW 530e PHEV shownAt BMW Group’s recent Annual General Meeting, the German carmaker announced
It has been 13 years since BMW Malaysia started their annual BMW Shorties Award to support local film
little electric vehicle has redoubled in the country, Malaysians know it as the "Mini" EV X2
Maybe you’d start asking around for opinions and someone questions, “Why not a used BMW 3
It’s a very sporty month for BMW Malaysia as they launch yet another M Sport equipped car - the
In an era when SUVs are booming and cars’ performances are continuously rising, BMW M GmbH has
By now, most of the common problems have been identified and fixes are available.
many owners have good things to say about this engine though, so be vary of it.What are the common problems
2018 Audi Q5 TFSI 2.0
Rp 892,00 Juta
2018 Mercedes-Benz GLC 200 AMG 2.0
Rp 784,00 Juta
2015 BMW X5 XDRIVE35I XLINE 3.0
Rp 736,00 Juta
2018 Mercedes-Benz GLC 200 (CKD) 2.0
Rp 853,00 Juta
2020 BMW X1 SDRIVE18I XLINE 1.5
Rp 784,00 Juta
Side-by-side: two astonishingly different solutions to the same problem. BMW X2 and Volvo XC40 both have their appeal but which would you choose? https://t.co/2z4XiYlNCU
Attention guys Kana paine aonawo mota BMW X2 ye silver Reg number AAB 356-812 DM me ndeya Tsano vangu vakaisiya vadhakwa but problem havachaziva kwavaimwira. RT please
@askwhatcar Shook hands with dealer on February 5 for factory ordered BMW X2, but apparently delay in production and dealer can't get delivery date. Is there a problem?
Lowered #BMW #X2 #M35i solves the unnecessary problem https://t.co/4Nghm2N78v
Massive problem: My mum wants to buy a BMW X2. Hell no, I'm not having that shitbox sitting in the driveway piercing my eyes.
@Michele3Ost Certified pre-owned is the way to go, and quite honestly if it’s that new it should be years before you have any problems. Have you looked at the bmw x2 or x4 as an alternate? Both are very well built but my personal preference is bmw.
@ESPNF1 so BMW X2 × 2. One corner of the grid Nespresso. Problems with the international feed?
@ntvde BMW X2 M35i - ein M mit vier Zylindern? https://t.co/ML9CqIs29y E30 M3 2302 cm³ 4 Zylinder, aber kein Problem ich helfe gerne.
@BMWMiddleEast Bought a BMW X2 and the problems began from day one. Here we are two years later waiting for BMW Middle East to find the problem.
@kkklawitter Ich hatte das Problem auch mal (golf-klasse gebucht, idiotentraktor, äh, bmw x2 bekommen). Man kann den Kofferraumboden oft noch wegklappen, Ersatzrad gibt es quasi nicht mehr, entsprechend ist da unten Platz, wurde mir beim Abgeben erklärt. Kinderwagen hätte dann vielleicht...
I’m an Audi brand Specialist since 2015, I drive them on daily basis due to my line of work & I don’t own one, But I do own a Volkswagen Jetta. Volkswagen Passenger Cars owns, Audi, SEAT, ŠKODA, Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini, Porsche, Ducati, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, Scania and MAN. Prior to my current Jetta I owned over 10 BMW and 1 Mercedes. BMW was my favorite brand until they started adding too many cars in their model lineup to attract different clients based on needs and budget and not focusing on a reliable solid product that used to be identified as Drivers car and those characters started to fade off after the introduction of all #’s ,Series 1,2,3,4,5,6,7, and coming soon 8 series along with the ,X ,series models that started as one model ,X5 ,and now there is nearly, X1 , X2, X3, X4, X5 , X6 ,and coming soon ,X7 I,nstead of having the previous original 3,5,6,7 series and have best features and options in ,the flagship 7 series, now it looks like ,Long , medium, Short Sausages designed, cars with little to unnoticeable interior which again lacks the Original BMW solidness and amazing features and designs in the past X model line up is BMW all wheel drive system which lacks its major purpose which is driving the car in various terrains mostly off road , mud , snow and it seems like that X drive system is horrible and doesn't function as it suppose to based on several online videos and reviews. After year 2002 BMW reliability went to the drain and I mean way too many issues ans problems and right around the 50K miles mark BMW parts start to fail which is when the warranty is over then and the parts are too expensive and its too early for a so called one of the best engineered vehicles doesn't stay solid any more. Audi also is the leading car manufacturer that first Introduced LED front head lights and other manufacturers followed. Audi Quattro system is phenomenon; makes the car handles and stick to the road allowing the driver a lot more confidence and control in tight turns and twisty roads in all kinds of weather and most terrains and I never felt the Quattro system advantages until i was driving a 2017 Audi ,A7, on a rainy day and I like to turn off traction control and all the nannies and have a nice little play and I’m used to doing that and I do know how to control the car so “i don’t suggest or recommend for any person to do that” because there is a lot of variations that comes in play when you drive a car in the rain with Traction control off; one of these variations would be spinning the tail of the car sideways, under steering and over steering and eventually can lead to loss of control and crashing and hurting your self and other drivers/pedestrian you share the road with. The way the A7 reacted to the rain and how it got back to a straight line made me very impressed on how the Quattro system provides superb handling and control . Audi resale value is a lot better than BMW and Mercedes. Audi is the leading company with the Virtual cockpit technology with the best and highest screen resolution and software upgrade which has Apple/Android car play which basically mirrors your phone to the vehicle. Audi connect and Audi App are very helpful tools that allows you to monitor a lot of features in your Audi around the clock 24/7. Last but not least all Audi comes with standard natural leather interior that goes through 50 plus times of inspection to insure durability and solid finish other brands it come with leatherette not natural leather. Audi history is filled up with progress and Achievements and race wins. 2018 Audi A8 will be the first car that is 100% autonomous and this will put us to leading company entering new era in future automotive. Audi means listen in Latin; that said there’s a book about Audi which explains everything Audi been through from the beginning till now. The Audi emblem with its ,four, rings identifies one of Germany's oldest-established automobile manufacturers. It symbolizes the amalgamation in 1932 of ,four, previously independent motor-vehicle manufacturers: Audi, DKW, Horch and Wanderer. These companies form the roots of what is today AUDI AG. If you are considering an Audi, Come see me (j/k) go test drive an Audi and do research and pick your favorite model and it would be one of the wisest choices you have made. Thanks for asking such Question and I hope that my answer helps and shed some light on future prospective Audi Clients.
This is a matter of personal choice, and whether the vehicle is new, used, or antique. Up to 2000, I believe Mercedes ruled the roost. BMW had some fine collectable models as well. Audis had a terrific AWD system for the time and looked and performed well, though durability was a risk. Then things changed. My friend’s 2004 Mercedes wagon looked great but he remarked a couple of times at how strongly my Lexus es330 accelerates and how comfortable the seats are. My wife and I had a long ride in the back seat of the E-series wagon and we both remarked later at how bottomless and uncomfortable the seats felt. My friends seemed to have a lot of electrical problems with the car, and relied upon their 2002 Tundra for the long drives up to Ontario to the cottage. For a period of six years we never saw the Mercedes. It was quite rusty when they replaced it with a used Toyota Highlander which they are coming to love, but I found it extremely dull in comparison to my Cayenne. My son’s friend traded in the family Audi A4 on a Mercedes diesel SUV to tow his Porsche to track days on a lightweight car trailer. It was a wonderful looking machine, leased second hand, but when I put it on the hoist for a look at the bottom he noticed that the transmission was leaking a little bit of fluid. That turned into a $5000 repair, and over the first winter two diesel sensors failed at $700 each. The final straw was the third sensor. He dumped the Mercedes back at the leasing agency and took on a new Land Rover Discovery in return, which he finds more reliable so far. The “new” Mercedes cost far more to operate over a two year period than the 2004 Cayenne S’s my son and I still own. He tows an 8.5X20′ enclosed car hauler with apparently no loss in the SUV’s durability. Back in his salad years my son bought an A4 as a dealer warrantied used car and kept it for about four trouble-free years before selling it, a Porsche 944 turbo and a Suburban all in a week before a move across the country. The kid who bought the A4 was still happy with it a couple of years later. I don’t remember the car’s year. A pal of mine had a friend call him up and offer him a great deal on an elderly Audi Q5 he had replaced with a new one. $10,000 got him a 4 cylinder turbo with 160,000 km on the clock. The engine had been rebuilt under warranty to correct a cylinder fault which produced excessive oil consumption. He loves the car, considering it a real jump up from his surprisingly persistent Dodge Journey. On the hoist it seemed pretty excellent for a car of its age which had spent all of its winters in a salty environment. I don’t remember the year of the car, but I would definitely buy a Q5 based upon this one. It’s a lot like a Cayenne, only with 2000 pounds and four cylinders carefully removed to give it very good gas mileage. The one time I have had the Cayenne at the Porsche dealership for a recall, they gave my wife and me a new Q5 as a loaner. It seemed fine. My son showed up at the farm yesterday in a BMW X2 SUV. I took it for a drive out of curiosity. It’s quite small in comparison to either the Q5 or the Toyota RAV4, but the turbo 4 gives it lots of go. It drives better than the RAV4 and seems about comparable in quality to the Q5, but I prefer my Cayenne because it is large and comfy. The X2 is a loaner from the BMW dealership while my son’s CP0 5-series AWD is in the shop for some minor cosmetic work. The 2015 528-i is a beautiful boat to look at and rides comfortably, though on an initial test drive I remarked that it certainly didn’t steer like a Porsche. Turned out the tire pressures were way out of balance, hardly a credit to the BMW service department. Priced in the mid-20’s it seemed a good price point for a car which speaks quietly of success, but which has proven utterly uninteresting to drive with its turbo-4 power plant. Apparently his wife laid down the law about the Cayenne’s fuel consumption during city commuting, and that was that. The AWD system on the car is nowhere nearly as good as the Porsche’s. My son commented that the delay in the part-time system means understeer on ice before the computer picks up on the demand for front wheel assist. The car does offer good fuel mileage, though. He has been after me for years to replace our Lexus with a 5-series, but his fondness for the model was based upon an elderly V8, 6-speed he bought in Vancouver but sold on because its computer was broken and the engine leaked enough fluids that the superintendent wouldn’t let him keep it in the underground garage any longer. Personally, while I like my son’s track car, a ’91 BMW 3-series which went through a speed-shop rebuild in South Carolina, I don’t like the looks of the plastic engine compartments of the newer ones. He insists that while the 3-series cars are a service nightmare because of a lack of space, the 5’s do have enough room to work on them, and the plastic water pumps can be readily replaced with after-market metal units. A look at the current 528i from underneath verifies this. You could throw a cat up through between the tiny engine and the fenders. So that’s about all I know on the subject. If I had to choose one of the three at the moment, it would be an Audi Q5. Mercedes is out of contention because of build quality to my mind. Used BMWs are cheap and look and drive great, but I have very little experience with them. Used Lexus models are boring but very reliable, if pricey. Toyota Highlanders are theoretically the best vehicles on the road for long life, but I find my friend’s very dull. Edit: A year later. I may have maligned my son’s 2015 528-i. He has never criticized the car since he has gotten used to it. In fact, he has mentioned the odd time that he finds it a very good car. One thing that frustrates him is that it can’t come close to the fuel mileage (on regular) which I get with my 2014 Lexus hybrid. He even followed me on one 32 mile drive and duplicated my actions. I got 5.1 L/100 km. His mileage was nowhere close.
Not really for newer German cars, but always more than American cars. I drive a 2018 BMW X2 now, no maintenance needed. Had a Mercedes CLS550 before BMW, also reliable. My first car was Audi in 1977, nonstop problem 3 times a week, owned BMW and Mercedes nonstop since 1979, 40 years. Older German cars just like American cars all had occasionally issues, they are a lot more expensive to fix, even oil change was $100s. Every repair was $1,000s. Also owned American cars for decades, they are super cheap to maintain, new models are very high quality reliable. Any garage can fix them.
My sister had the 1990 sedan model Honda Civic in manual shift. I learnt to drive on that car. The car was smaller than the Civics that came out later in the 2000s and 2010s, less comfortable, less powerful but reliable. My roommate had a CRX that was also 86–90 period but by 94 he had rust problems on the body, engine noise problems. Maybe due to Eastern US harsh cold weather as it was parked outside and the long distance driving. Toyota Corolla from the 70s to early 2000 were fun to drive. By 2003 Toyota decided to make them bigger focus more on comfort than performance. Civic models from 2000 to 2006 went through the same strategy but luckily from 2006 Honda went for more sportier look and more performance driven in Europe. Honda is more original in the shapes it gives to its cars. I think overall both Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla score high marks in reliability. I bought my Euro hatchback diesel Civic in 2009. I have no engine, clutch or engine problems. I have a lot of electrical issues since 2015 and issues related to body work and axle, more related to a couple of accidents than to quality issues with the car. I have not even had problems with the diesel engine. I have seen more Toyota Corolla on the road from 80s to early 00s here in Switzerland. It seems that the name change to Auris was not widely accepted by Customers and it seems that the Auris has had it hard with CVT automatic transmission, which they are also using in the new 2017 model Civics and maybe reliability issues. Most car companies have found it hard to compete against the VW group in Europe with a big pallet of car types and car brands available from VW, Audi, SEAT, SKODA to Porsche. BMW has also started to cater to the middle to the higher middle class income range customers with the 1 series, 2 series, X1 and X2. My conclusion is that if you go for a manual Civic, it is going to be more fun to drive more reliable. An old manual Corolla would do the trick as well but less fun to drive. You will find it hard to find a new Corolla that is manual and is not CVT. In Switzerland, the hatchback and the sedan version of the 2017 Civic is available in manual and CVT. My guess is that rest of EU it must be the same.
5 years of technology/features that you might or might not use or even heard it before. If you plan to do uber driver for side income, consider a new car :) they have rules on their cars. Eg: less than 7 or 10 years old. Advantage of der cars is that you can have a car that gets you to point A to Point b in a much cheaper cost initially(supposingnly) then, depends on luck, you might or might not have to pay for the future repairs. Many inspections can be done before purchasing an used car. It also depends on how many years would you like to own. For life or for a certain period. For life, I definitely go for new car as you take care of it since beginning. You know how it is owned and cared. Some problem will only show up after 100k miles with a small bad habit driving. Search: things you shouldnt do on your new car/ driving your car by Engineering Explained in youtube. Otherwise, 3–5 years, cross fingers, you will just need to replace some fluids and filters which is considerably fair price. Provided you have done a trust and good pre inspection that make sure tyres and brakes are good condition. FOI, i drove my mom brand new car for 3 years (60,000km), we replaced the tyres once and brakes twice or 3 because i was young and like to drive, you know ;) So i would say it is a tie match. For me, currently studying abroad in the states, Im driving a 2001 bmw 5 series with parking sensor and automated mirror. Radio has been changed to aftermarket by previous owner; supports aux and bluetooth input. I drove it from Midwest Nebraska all the way to grand canyon and yellowstone. I have no trouble with it and enjoyed it a lot. Of course, 3 thousands dollars worth of parts have been replaced. PS: i replaced all bh myself expect clutch as it broke down during winter and my garage was cold. Thus, i gained a side skill of mechanics. Buying older car is like paying extra (x2 to x10) downpayment of new cars ( depends on model and year) and then pray for nothing breaks. If it breaks, you have to make payment like installment. Older cars/ used car is best is for students who loves and wants a better car but not so much to buy a new one. I have a friend with a 2007 mustang. He bought cheap but then slowly modify/replace/maintain it. I would say, 4k for the car, 4k for the mods/maintainece but it depends on what you plan to do with the car. Basic maintaince should not past 1,000 dollars in 3 years unless tires are changed Thus, it boils down to your financial pillar thickness :) and your financial planning. Google has a lot similiar answers to your question, good luck finding your new*/new car!!! Btw, this is my first reply in quora, hope it helps!
If you buy a Range Rover made between 1994 and 2000 (more to the point, between about 1996 and 2003–4), you ,ARE, buying a BMW. BMW acquired the Rover Group in 1994, primarily to strip mine Land Rover for their off road DNA and to have a lower cost way to explore the high-end SUV market prior to the arrival of the X5 (largely made with Rover DNA) in 1999. Due note that the arrival of the X5 coincides with the start of the process in which BMW sold Rover to Ford in 2000. Compared to the pre-BMW cars, some things are much, much better. Build quality is generally up, and a bunch of digital control systems were vastly improved. On the down side though… things were vastly over-complicated, and the simplicity of the earlier vehicles (which were hallmark of their survivability in the harshest of conditions) were dramatically impaired. In the post-BMW era, the engines took a massive intergalactic leap forward in reliability and power, but there were increased proliferation of up-market ridiculousness as well. If you’re talking about the current, modern cars… start with “which BMW”?? X1? X2? X3? X4? X5? X6? X7?? The “which Range Rover” question is not quite as broad, but there are nuances. “Range Rover” is a specific range, but if you’re thinking of Range Rover as a marque, then you also have the Sport, the Evoque, and the Velar. They’re all different. And that’s not even getting into the Land Rover models… Me? I’m super picky about a lot of stuff. Range Rovers — all of them, back to the original Classic — don’t have enough interior space and are not as comfortable for me as their more lowly Land Rover brethren. I just can’t get interested in them, at any price point. On the BMW side… the X1, X2, and X4 are answers to questions I’m pretty sure no one asked, the X3 is a Teutonic CRV, the X6 can’t decide if it’s a sports coupe or an even bigger CRV, the X7 is a reminder why the Mercedes GLS class exists, and that sort of leaves the X5. My problem with it is I’m not a giant fan of any of the engine choices, and the entire driveline architecture doesn’t give enough torque for any actual offroad shenanigans. The original X5 was pretty good, the diesels were better, the modern turbo inline six is just a no, and the V8 is a high-speed road car engine. So I’m thinking that the X5 is really just a tall sedan that might be marginally better in crummy weather.
Have you seen a Nio or Rivian with your own eyes yet? Me neither. So it may be a little bit too early to ask for their path to dethrone other car companies. Tesla evangelists LOVE to share funny business charts which tell the story about Tesla selling more cars than other luxury brands. The problem is: Usually these charts compare one single Tesla model with more or less other single models of its competitors. Tesla may have sold more Model 3 than BMW sold of its 3 series in the USA, but other than Tesla, BMW also has the 4 series, the 2 series, the X2, X3, X4 and the Z4. And if you look at the quality of Tesla cars, they are not luxury, they only have the price of a luxury car (which is okay, because they save money during operation). Another thing to consider: The U.S. view. All German brands together, including VW, never had more than 10% of market share in the U.S. passenger car market. The last time I looked in the spreadsheets, Toyota had a 17% market share. In Germany, VW alone has more than 20%, the entire VW Group has more than 30%. I found a chart with the 50 best selling cars in Germany in June 2019. The Audi A4 ranked #5 with 5.296 units registered in one month, Mercedes C-Class ranked #10 with 4,745 units, BMW 3 series ranked #17 with 4,017 units. The number of registered Tesla 3 in Germany was slightly above 9,000 - in the entire year 2019. So, in 2019 Germans bought about five BMW 3-series cars for one Tesla M3. The Tesla 3 did not make it in the list of the 50 best selling cars in Germany, it even did not reach pole position in the list of best selling electric cars in Germany. The best selling electric car in Germany 2019 was the compact Renault Zoe, followed by the BMW i3. Tesla ranked #3. This is not a miracle. In Germany, Tesla is a foreign brand, without a dealers network and without a long lasting reputation. The build quality of their cars leaves room for improvement, to say the least - and probably most buysers admire the new technology, but rather stick to something more conventional for everyday use. In my eyes there is one big question: Who will succed first - German premium brands in launching their high quality cars with a competitive electricdrive train, or the new contenders in making high quality cars around their electric drivetrains?
6 Key Points About The Digital Marketing Strategy Of BMW: To study BMW as a brand, we first need to point out that the web presence is not just a for selling products. It is also a ‘vehicle’ to position the brand and satisfies their goals with poise. BMW is considered as one of the leading producers of luxury and state of the art vehicles for many years. According to a noticeable amount of people, the brand is the best car producer worldwide. Located in Munich, German car manufacturer builds its presence as magnificent in style as well as supervising comfort. To create a well-organized and successful marketing plan, business managers of the brand should figure out the varying facts of the marketing mix and determine the precise market segmentation in order to understand the of customer purchasing behavior. So, BMW initiated the goal of segmenting the premium market by optimizing the proper fit between the purchasing behavior of customers and the marketing mix to boost sales to the segment. “BMW is fortunate-we don’t have too much of a dilemma as to what we’re going to call our cars.” – Jim McDowell, Vice President of Marketing at BMW The fact that BMW concentrates on high-end segments on a global scale and consistently defines premium brand identification renders success. Trendsetting and attractive product range deliberately targets on affluent customers and demonstrates the success of the automaker’s global marketing strategy. Responding sensitively to the unique values and purchasing behavior enabled BMW to transcend intended performance. So to specifically present, here comes 6 brilliant examples of BMW commercials released in recent years and their underlying marketing tactics behind them. • Artistic Approaches and Creativity is a Must As the leading brand of Mini-Cooper, creativity and true representation of the brand identity is essential for BMW. Plus, the style accents of the vehicles and the global marketing identity are truly based on art and creativity. That’s why almost in every ad campaign, we see a feature that imposes something different and artsy which connects strongly with high-end technology and an unusual concept of the artistic elements. In the campaign, BMW Australia, collaborates with creative agency partner Clemenger BBDO Melbourne, and has launched Illuminated Landscapes, promoting the new X5. Illuminated Landscapes features artworks lit only by the X5’s Laserlights. Beaming an impressive 500 metres , the Laserlights are just one of the X5’s innovative technical features. The jaw-dropping images and the video of the campaign show and explain that BMW is also good and powerful in art when collaborating with Clemenger BBDO and photographing the Australian landscapes. • Ambassador and Proud Presenter of the Latest Technologies Considered as one of the biggest tech-savvy brands among their industry, BMW always follows latest technologies as well as implementing them on the releasing car models. Combining virtual and augmented reality, BMW Art Car #18 has features from VR and AR, and is designed by Chinese artist, Cao Fei. • Eager to Follow Content Marketing as a Flagship Marketing Strategy BMW is eager to widen their potential audience by creating content that engages consumers beyond cars and “gets to the point”. The brand sees a mobile-first, content-oriented approach which will help attract a broader audience and claims the recent relaunch of its website has already increased mobile visitors by 27%. Speaking at Mobile World Congress 2019, the German carmaker’s Global Head of Digital Marketing, Jorg Poggenpohl, explained how BMW is extending its content beyond automotive to “enlarge the upper sales funnel”, meaning it is now also creating content around lifestyle, design, innovation and fashion. Based on data-driven insights we wanted to create relevant and snackable content in helpful and entertaining ways. That way the business hopes to reach both existing customers and those that might be considering BMW but don’t yet own one. We were thinking customer, consumer-first, which means for us mobile-first with speed. We did it by combining two technologies, accelerated mobile pages and progressive web apps, to bring both ends together on one site. It also shows when creative and engineering prioritizes speed from the beginning of the project, before the first line of code is written. – Jorg Poggenpohl • Having Guest Stars in Their Campaigns One of the most traditional and best-known marketing tip for brands to use celebrities as the brand ambassadors. In the automotive industry, this is frequently working for the new features and models of the products to especially identify with the new products as well. This also doubles the connection to customers. In the camoaign of M2 Coupe, BMW released its digital-first campaign and enlisted model Gigi Hadid in an interactive 360 degree film. The film, which debuted on YouTube and Facebook, was directed by Marc Forster, who directed films such as “James Bond – Quantum of Solace” and “World War Z”. Hadid was immediately impressed: BMW is such an iconic brand. The fact that I get to be the face of this campaign is definitely a career highlight for me. The M2 is such a cool, fun car I had a blast working on this project. • Showing off The Competitive Side As known being famous for its contraversial print ads, the automotive industry is sometimes being quite aggressive with the attributions and we know that this is a 100% working digital marketing strategy. BMW’s new ad is routing Tesla’s new model for its timeless waiting lists. The question for the users is, “Will you wait, or drive?” Famous for its sarcastic marketing approaches, BMW is caving in Tesla’s Model 3 with its competitor-model 330e plug-in hybrid because of the release problems. The teasing is just because BMW already in-use with its product, while Tesla is not, so the fastest aired-one wins this competition. “You’ll do your taxes twice, maybe more… You’ll ring in the New Year twice, maybe more…” Here, the ad is trying to explain the postponed dates for the Tesla 3 model. “You can pay deposit and wait, you can put your name on a list, and wait… or you can drive…” We see the Tesla Superchargers in the ad but without the cars on, thus strengthening the BMW’s brand-image. • Deep Knowledge About Who To Reach and How To Heading into 2020, millennial works and marketing techniques are essential to apply and contribute even among the authentic brands, and BMW is known that they effectively use social media and 3rd wave communication platforms such as Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat when in popularity. BMW designed a car inside Snapchat’s AR lenses, that almost looks like it’s real and ‘driveable’. The automobile brand is the first to create a 3D augmented reality kind of a product partnering with Snapchat to roll out the new advert campaign to launch the BMW X2. Last week, the LA based company, Snap Inc, began seeing ads from BMW that link to the AR version of the new car, which lets customers foresee how products look in the real world before buying them. As part of the project, Snapchat users can customize the augmented-reality version of the car. They can make changes to the colour and move it around to view it from different perspectives. BMW is also running mobile-like video ads within Snapchat, for users to swipe up on them to play with the Lens. BMW is the first brand to launch Snapchat’s AR ads, yet we’re expecting others to make their moves in soon. BMW positions itself as a pioneer in using the newest technology and following the biggest updates in the digital marketing industry. If you like to see more BMW’s marketing campaigns, have a look and get inspired.
Here are the Valvetrain and variants of BMW X2:
|Variants||2019 BMW X2 M35i||2019 BMW X2 sDrive20i M Sport|
Here are the Auto Wipers and variants of BMW X2:
|Variants||2019 BMW X2 M35i||2019 BMW X2 sDrive20i M Sport|
No, BMW X2 doesn't have Steering Adjustment Electric.