If you had $167,000 to spend, you could buy yourself a brand-new, well-equipped Aston Martin V-8 Vantage Convertible, or perhaps a thoroughly-loaded BMW M6 Convertible. Check all the option boxes on a Porsche Cayenne Turbo, and you’d still have a hard time spending your entire lump sum of cash. On the other hand, you could invest that money on a single parking space in Hong Kong. As The Detroit News explains, parking spots in the Asian financial hub are selling for ridiculous amounts of money, as investors scramble to acquire real estate not covered by recent measures meant to curb...
BMW Presents The Individual 7 Series Designed By Didit Hediprasetyo
If you don’t follow the world of fashion (and until designers start racing, that includes us), you might not be familiar with the name Didit Hediprasetyo. The Paris-based Indonesian designer has his own line of fashion, and his creations are best known for their lightness and sophistication...Kurt Ernst
Video: BMW Guggenheim Lab, Improve City Living And Travel
If you could make living, working and travelling around your city a better experience for yourself and others, you'd take the opportunity without hesitation, wouldn't you? Now is your chance. BMW Guggenheim Lab is an initiative launched by German carmaker BMW and art and culture organisation, the...Antony Ingram