The has affected all types of industries in the past few months. Car manufacturers are among those affected, and many are . One such company , which is taking other steps to reduce the use of silicon and keep it up to date. It was vindicated that it temporarily removes visible functions from multiple images.
In the meantime, the models of the BMW 3 Series, X5, X6, X7 and Z4 will be shipped without window controls. BMW 4 Series Coupe, Convertible and Gran Coupe (but not yet ) will also lose the touchscreen interface for now.
Owners of affected brands will need to use the iDrive center console controller iDrive to run the infotainment system. If you receive the model without touching where it is supposed to be, you will receive a $ 500 credit for the “Removal of the Artwork.”
In the meantime, according to the post on Bimmerfest forum, these models will not have if the owners choose a Car Support Package. That part of it could turn the car around in a straight line. Engadget has teamed up with BMW to find out more, including if it could pay drivers who would be expecting to get this.
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