BMW DesignworksUSA, an independently operated studio owned by the BMW Group, in collaboration with Thermaltake, creates a futuristic PC case for games and cars lovers.
Presented at the CEBIT in Hanover (March 3-8, 2009), the BMW-designed PC case is titled “Level 10” and looks like a chassis with its computer’s individual components mounted in separate compartments and attached onto a central base.
A BMW is always a special car, but you can make it even more special, by choosing BMW Individual, a programme that allows customers to personalize the interior of their 7-Series.
These new 2009 Individual exclusive combinations of unique equipment will be rolled out at the Geneva Motor Show.
BMW Individual is an unique car, since the range of materials to choose from is more select than for any other vehicle: Alcantara roof liners to fully match the available shades and grains of Merino leather upholstery.
Open-air version of the iconic British city car, the new 2009 Mini Convertible will be delivered into dealerships in March 28.
The evolutionary design maintains the unmistakably Mini appeal with hidden roll-bar that pops up during a rollover and a sliding roof that takes just 15 seconds to automatically open and close the soft top.
One of the many interesting things occur when you bring together something thatâ€™s known for elegance and speed, and a form of expression that holds no boundaries.
BMW uses their new Z4 as a brush on a canvas the size of a football field. Bringing in modern artist Robin Rhode along with a group of technicians, taking the Z4 and customizing it with adjustments that spray paint from the wheels.
Here the car is no longer just a stunning model, but itself executing artist. â€œThis work is an expression of painting in action – my hope is to communicate the power and thrill inherent in the creation of artâ€, says Rhode.
The Portuguese midfielder bought the Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe from Doncaster-based luxury car dealer Liquid 45. He gave instructions for it to be â€œfully loaded,â€ a trade term for all the added extras.
Cristiano, 23, also owns an Aston Martin, a BMW 6 Series, a Bentley Continental and a Ferrari. As a matter of fact, the Phantom will replace his Â£140,000 Bentley Continental.
To mark the launch of the all-new 7 Series, BMW presented its flagship model with a unique installation on the Red Square in Moscow, Russia. For two days, a real-life 2009 7-Series was hidden in 180,000 silver balls that filled a giant glass-and-acrylic hourglass, at almost twelve meters high (40 feet), that had been built right in front of the Kremlin on the Red Square of Moscow.
Before the car was officially unveiled, BMWâ€™s all new 7-Series pictures were leaked out on the internet last week. Also, the official day of presentation was supposed to be the 7th of July – 7th day of the 7th month – but it eventually came one day later on the night of the 8th, in an extravagant ceremony !
As 400 invited guests watched, the shiny balls gradually fell down, one by one, thus revealing the BMWâ€™s flagship model, in blue, in its full glory !