MUNICH – Automotive infotainment is the new Gold Rush; everybody is talking about it, but it remains very much in the pioneering stage. The latest volley comes from BMW, which beginning next month will fit certain models with a dedicated SIM card as standard equipment, ensuring a wide range of BMW-exclusive features through high speed LTE cellular technology. The new BMW ConnectedDrive services will be introduced with the revamped 5-Series and will be featured on all upcoming BMW ...

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