Hail to our Ultimate Driving Robot Overlords! Meet Letron – a real-life Transformer that turns a humble BMW 3 Series Coupe into a towering giant robot with articulated, powered limbs and plenty of sci-fi sound effects.

The driveable Transformer was designed and built by Turkish company Letvision.  Letvision is calling this their first prototype in what they expect to be a long line of transforming robot cars.  There’s still no word on just how much these modified vehicles will cost, or even if more will be seen in the future as promised, but we have to admit, this is a pretty cool example of how life imitates art.

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All-new BMW X3 – what you need to know.

July 31st, 2017|0 Comments

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US News reviews the BMW 4 Series.

July 31st, 2017|0 Comments

US News recently released their own review of the BMW 4 Series, naming it, thanks to the collected scores of their readership, their review and the aggregate scores of countless professional reviews, “#1 in Luxury […]

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New Connected+ features incorporate new elements, including Amazon’s Alexa.

July 31st, 2017|0 Comments

BMW recently released a teaser about the massive update it made to its Connected Services.  These changes are coming to your BMW very soon and showcase several intriguing new features.  The development team that created […]

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The BMW 330e delivers best of two worlds.

July 31st, 2017|0 Comments

Miami car shoppers looking to limit their emissions without limiting performance, rejoice!  The newest BMW Miami can consider is the 3 Series hybrid named the BMW 330e iPerformance.  Using knowledge gleaned and technology designed in […]

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College Graduate Program: award yourself a degree of distinction.

June 16th, 2017|0 Comments

It is that time of year, so if you find yourself with diploma in hand, will graduate in 6 months or have already graduated within the last 24 months, the BMW Graduate Program might be […]