The largest luxury car maker in the world celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2016 as it looks ahead to developing self-driving vehicles and compete with Daimler and Audi in the race to the future. Last year, BMW joined forces with both rivals to acquire Nokia’s digital mapping and location services business for roughly $2.8 billion—an essential component of self-driving technology. Read more about it in How BMW Is Preparing for a Driverless World.
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