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BMW to Unveil Automated Driving Plans

December 26, 2013

Screenshot via BMW.
Screenshot via BMW.

BMW will provide details about its research into "highly automated driving" and its partnership with a leading electronics partner at the Consumer Electronics Show on Jan. 7.

The automaker is expanding its ConnectedDrive infotainment system and will showcase its battery electric i3 compact car.

Earlier upgrades to ConnectedDrive were designed to reduce driver distractions by allowing drivers to connect smartphone apps to the car to dictate and send text messages via voice or text. BMW has launched the My Remote connected-car app.

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