Thread: BMW goes green
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Old 09-02-2009, 08:04 AM   #3
Safar
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Looks impressive, but as usual with concepts they do go overboard a bit.

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Sophisticated software underpins virtually every system of the concept. That software takes constant readings from the car's systems and interprets the data to enable more efficient operation. BMW says, for example, the navigation system's traffic data can cue the drivetrain to shut down the concept's cooling fans to prepare it for more efficient highway operation. Even the air conditioning and electric power-steering sensitivity are constantly tweaked in this way for optimum performance, BMW says.
This worries me: more stuff to break down. Thinking of the 7-series tells me that BMW is not very good at building reliable cars based on a big computer.
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