Waynesville 2011 BMW X1 drivers dance and drive

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Today's drivers expect more from the in-car technology experience, and savvy brands like BMW are giving it to them. Waynesville 2011 BMW 3 Series drivers are looking forward to the newest in-drive technology to come out of the BMW camp - a direct connection to the MOG system that gives you access to a ton of songs. In contrast to streaming services like Pandora, the MOG app gives you the ability to pick the songs you want to play, whereas Pandora simply chooses the next song and gives you the ability to approve or decline it. BMW drivers have come to appreciate the brand's ability to put comfort at the forefront of the driving experience. That's probably part of why the brand has nearly overtaken Lexus as the best-selling luxury brand on the market. In fact, experts are projecting that it will make it there by 2012.

 

For the new streaming service, BMW expects that the on-demand quality of the music selection will help position it in a different light than other brands integrating the Pandora streaming service. Waynesville 2011 BMW X1 drivers are just excited to be a part of something different. According to a recent article at Satellite Radio Playground, "Pick any of 13 million songs and it's served up through the steering wheel controls or the infotainment controller. Users connect an Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone running the MOG app to the car radio to see the MOG app on the car radio screen. The aftermarket should be getting MOG soon. A spokeswoman said, 'MOG will be announcing deals with aftermarket suppliers in the near future.'" With this integration, AM/FM radio looks like its making an even quicker move towards extinction as the business model of the music industry continues to evolve. For 2011 BMW 3 Series drivers, that evolution can't come soon enough.

 

In 2012, BMW's expected status as leader of the luxury market will help spur more innovation throughout the brand. Waynesville 2011 BMW X1 drivers are expected to respond well to the new technology integrations, and innovation will certainly continue based on customer response as far as we can tell.
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