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BMW Won’t Compete With Audi’s R8

September 12, 2008

MUNICH, GERMANY – After having rolled out the M1 Hommage concept,one BMW board member recently said that the Bavarian automaker has no intentionof producing a supercar to compete with the likes of the Audi R8. Instead, BMWwill focus on green technologies, according to www.autoblog.com.

The news comes from Klaus Draeger, the board memberat the helm of the EfficientDymanics initiative, according to www.autoblog.com.

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