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BMW Plans For Future With Redesigned 5 Series

Posted on February 13, 2017

Even as it hurtles toward a future of ride-sharing and autonomous vehicles, BMW says its vehicles will always be about choice; that even when we’re all passengers in self-driven cars the company will always provide its customers with an Ultimate Driving Machine – when he or she wants it to be.

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