BMW has for many years been offering its modern car owners the technology that improves the functionality of these vehicles. In recent times, the Bavarian brand has installed a gesture control system that handles hand movements, adjusts the music volume, or adjusts the airflow temperature.
Soon, vehicles with blue-and-white chess on the mask will become even more useful, as the manufacturer has announced that they will be equipped with a digital assistant Cortana. Microsft technology will be used on the BMW Connected platform, offering drivers access to a range of services available both inside and outside the car.
Thanks to Cortan, users will have an intelligent voice control system, as well as a number of additional driving features. In addition, the assistant will offer, reminders of scheduled appointments, book reservations for the restaurant, and do some other activities without having to tear the hands off the steering wheel.