AD #1156 – Bosch Powers Fiat 500e, Ford to Simplify SYNC, All-New BMW 4 Series Coupe

published 8 years ago by John McElroy

Automakers rarely want to admit that suppliers often do a lot of their work, and that’s the case for Fiat and its 500e. Future generations of SYNC and MyFord Touch will incorporate two classic features to make them easier to use. BMW pulls the wraps off its all-new 4 Series Coupe. All that and more, plus what makes Detroit Electric’s SP:01 sports car tick?

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