The inside looks stylish. There’s a speedo display which is part digital, part hardware and looks just the perfect blend of futuristic and functional, plus you get a heads up display on the windscreen to tell you how fast you’re going with the speed limit next to it, which really does keep you in check while you’re driving.
Contrary to most other companies, BMW have opted to highlight their own multimedia system which is actually quite good, rather than install Apple Carplay and Android Auto as standard - you can still get them, for an extra $623, but you might decide you don’t need them as the BMW system is voice activated which means you can dictate an address to the sat nav, rather than having to clunkily type it out. You will find other competitors, both in this price range and much cheaper, which have Carplay and Auto as standard though.
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