Learn in this video that the optional BMW Head-up display in your BMW M projects important information on the driver’s field of vision. It can be found at the top of your dashboard, projecting in full-colour on the windshield.
BMW M3 Sedan:
Fuel comsumption (combined) in l/100 km: 10,1-10,0 (WLTP)
CO2 emissions (combined) in g/km: 230-228 (WLTP)
In BMW M vehicles with BMW Operating System 7 you can switch between a normal and an additional M-specific view. When in M MODE “ROAD” you can find all the info you need when daily commuting. When changing the M MODE with the M MODE button in the centre console to “SPORT” or “TRACK”, you activate the additional M-specific view. In M-specific view you see the engine revolutions, shift lights, speed, gear indicator and optional country-specific display of traffic signs. By going to “CAR”, “M menu”, “Head-up display”, you can change the settings of the BMW Head-up display. You can change the settings for the different M Modes “ROAD”, “SPORT” and “TRACK”.
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The BMW Driver’s Guide app specifically describes the equipment and functions included in the vehicle. The Owner’s Handbook is available as an app in many countries. You will find further information on the Internet at: https://www.bmw.com/bmw_drivers_guide