While BMW always pays attention to the design and performance of the vehicles that they introduce in the market the German automaker is equally keen on improving the driving experience of the consumers by introducing better in-built technologies like BMW ConnectedDrive 2013. However, BMW is now trying to up the ante with better improvisation in the BMW ConnectedDrive infotainment system. Here we take a quick look at some of the top features that will be incorporated to upgrade the infotainment system for BMW car buyers.
BMW has always focused on intelligent connectivity for the car buyers and therefore the upgraded infotainment system will offer better connectivity features to the car buyers so that they can connect themselves with the outside world. The upgraded features will also make it possible for the car owners to connect the vehicle and the passengers seamlessly to get the right data while they are on the move.
The company has also announced that they will introduce upgraded BMW ConnectedDrive with built-in SIM that will make it convenient for the users to make and receive calls while on the move. BMW has said that the changes to BMW ConnectedDrive will be made from July 2013. The new infotainment system will also allow users to select various services that they want according to their profile. Users can create their own profile and select what kind of services they want to add from BMW ConnectedDrive customer portal service. BMW will also expand the new services to 14 new markets in addition to the 11 markets where this is already available. This means that more people will be able to make use of the upgraded features with their BMW ConnectedDrive. BMW will also work on Online Entertainment BMW ConnectedDrive store that will allow users to download from 12 million songs and 250 music channels and various BMW Apps as per their preference.