MUNICH — BMW Technik celebrates the first 15 years of its in-house advanced research activity by unveiling two unique prototypes that open windows into the company's future technical direction. Technik, an independent subsidiary of the BMW Group, is a high-tech “think tank” that operates as a multipurpose R&D center. “When it was established, BMW's idea was to have selected engineers, technicians and designers from BMW given, for a specific time, all imaginable freedom to realize ...
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