In an era when SUVs are booming and cars’ performances are continuously rising, BMW M GmbH has
BMW SUV customers in Indonesia have racier options to look forward to as BMW Group Indonesia officially
BMW M has introduced the third generation all-new 2019 BMW X5 M.
BMW Group Malaysia has a new service for all BMW and MINI car owners!
Rendering by zer.o.wtThe BMW i4 has been confirmed a while ago and recently, Autocar reported that the
BMW announced last year they will be discontinuing their hybrid supercar, the BMW i8.
As you know, BMW has officially discontinued the BMW i8.
BMW Group Financial Services Malaysia introduces the i-Renewal digital service for the BMW MINI Comprehensive
car to lower the air-conditioning temperature, but have you tried ordering chicken rice using your BMW
Group Malaysia, which just launched its BMW Shop Online - a digital showroom to view and place a booking
BMW Malaysia has released the updated price list for 2021 with a few notable changes.
slim-to-none chance of being launched in Malaysia.BMW Group has announced new plug-in hybrid variants for the BMW
BMW 530e PHEV shownAt BMW Group’s recent Annual General Meeting, the German carmaker announced
Well, it seems like BMW Malaysia is charging up its EV game, as they have begun teasing the 2021 BMW
BMW is rolling not just a new design for its signature kidney grille, but also a new logo.The current
It’s a very sporty month for BMW Malaysia as they launch yet another M Sport equipped car - the
With the upcoming 2020 BMW M3 and M4 set to launch in Sept, BMW is slowly trickling info to set tongues
Rendering by X-Tomi DesignYes, the BMW X8 is happening.
Another week, another new BMW M car.
Now the BMW 8 Series is even more powerful!
There is no doubt that about the BMW’s superior dynamics, which is far ahead of the Mercedes-Benz
Instagram photo by Imran A.Here’s the upcoming BMW M3 codenamed G80.
BMW 1M, M1, M2, M3, M4, M5, M6, and M8. See what number is missing there?
; from the BMW 315/1 up to the second-generation BMW Z4 Roadster.
Last month, BMW Malaysia launched the 2020 BMW X5 plug-in hybrid vehicle (PHEV) in Malaysia and it costs
It has been 13 years since BMW Malaysia started their annual BMW Shorties Award to support local film
BMW Group Malaysia ended 2020 with a total of 9,890 BMW and MINI cars delivered, down 5 percent from
BMW Malaysia recently communicated its chat service as a way for customers to reach out to them during
some of his most seminal work and comments on the work of others.His latest video takes a swing at BMW
the final specifications (international markets model, local specifications to be confirmed) of the BMW
@innosonvehicles (IVM CARIS) ❤❤ Many persons said Chevrolet, some Benz, BMW, KIA etc. Isn't this 2020 car really beautiful? https://t.co/oCeE5Icypp
Guess the Manufacturer & Model 🤔 https://t.co/gocIs8XNUA
#MakeLifeARide. Berlin. At "BMW Group Representative Germany" with IVM: Future for motocycle sector!👍🤔 https://t.co/hriOGurppM
@Frankokpala1 @dennisagels BMW was inscribed on a particular shape with 3 different colors (blue, white and black) unlike innoson that has either plain IVM or Innoson as it's logo. https://t.co/uMH1k5w65j
Innoson IVM G80. It's not a Mercedes, It's not a BMW, it's not a GMC. It's Innoson IVM G 80. Made in Nigeria for Nigerian roads. https://t.co/9hpZoMsPfo
For those who wondering what am I doing now after quit from ivm, and go around with bmw, that's just volunteer work only for 4 days.
Yet there's Mercedes, Audi, BMW, Volkswagen, Honda, kia, toyata... All more expensive than IVM and yet driven by your "poor masses".
Boy on a date in his BMW car.Maine tmse ek bat chupyi ha Gf:kya? Bf:ivm alrdy mrried! Gf:tmne to dara dya tha Main smjhi BMW tmhri ni hai😁😂
@Nedunkem @innosonvehicles I respectfully disagree. Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing in of itself, is complete. With IVM (Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing), it opens the door to other types of automobile; such as, tractors, trailer heads, busses etc. Don't forget BMW stands for Bavarian Motor Works
@Lmour10 @HallyKush You are not getting the point, the Nigerian products are expensive due to the high cost of production. Also, there no way a new IVM is better than a top-grade toks of Mercedes-Benz, Toyota, Honda, PG, BMW, Volvo etc. IVM can compete with GEC and the rest...
Let’s look at the starting point as a second hand buyer. I bought a 550i. I paid less than a V8 Calais (US readers - think of it as an upmarket luxury version of the Chevy SS, which is an Aussie Commodore). Why? All things being equal, it’s a better car but the seller feared repair costs. And rightly so - he believed his starter motor was gone. New, a 550i cost 4 V8 Commodores / Calais’. So 75% of that premium totally evaporated. These are shockingly expensive cars. If I went to the dealer and said “bring all repairs and service up to date” it would have been cheaper for me to throw away the car and buy another 550i. BUT for $US1000 I did every service item including the “lifetime” stuff that isn’t a service item. Transmission service, diff oil, fuel filter. That’s after buying the parts on line and doing 80% of it myself. Also, I fixed the starting problem with a $100 starter relay, not a $3000 starter motor replacement. Even my mechanic believed it needed a starter motor! If you understand them and watch the videos on YouTube, they are quite manageable to own. BMWs are very cheap and easy to perform scheduled service items, if you want them to be. They become expensive if things break, or if you want dealer service. $22 of synthetic diff oil and a $14 hex tool, or $295 at dealer. People who drive a 550i don’t lie under their cars and replace diff oil. Or do their own IVM when the car won’t start. Or even replace the $2 battery in the keyless entry fob when it fails. Or a dozen little issues I cheaply fixed as a hobby - like the stupid $14 nylon gears that fail in the premium seats and costs $1000 at the dealer. So far, we have 4x the depreciation on a 5 series. A 7 series is a heavier, more complex 5 series. I enjoy my 550i more than I enjoyed my 750i. It has the same engine, seats, gearbox, nav etc. Yes, the 750i was quieter, but weighed 4 passengers more. It doesn’t have the scary fast performance of the 550i. So it’s probably an inferior car, with more repair costs - and cost an extra 2x V8 Commodores. We now have 6x the depreciation of a “normal” car. The 550i has a “natural” buyer - I looked at it vs a V8 Calais and spending a bit on handling upgrades. It was a no brainer at the price I paid. But an old 750i has no natural buyer. Someone able to afford to buy and maintain one doesn’t want a shitty old one. The person who just wants a cheap old car buys a sensible one. The sports sedan guy can get a quicker, lighter and better handling car elsewhere in the range, cheaper. I bought it because I used to work in the industry, wanted one in 2005 when they were $250k, and on a whim bought one for 5% of that. But I probably wouldn’t buy another one for myself - I might get my partner a 730d if they are giving them away. Finally, the guy that incurs the depreciation really isn’t paying for it. If I buy a $250k car and then realise to my horror that it’s worth $70k a few years later, I just keep it and drive it into the ground, so there’s no supply. If I’m a CEO and I get a limo and driver in my package, I don’t car - I hand it back at lease end.
When I lived in Nigeria I would say Mercedes Benz Jeep,BMW & VW,Honda,Toyota,Mazda, Volvo their are probably more but as far as I know those are the most driven Hyundai & KIA are probably big also but I think the others are more well penetrated into the market IVM ,Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing Co. Ltd.,, as far as I know the local manufacturer of cars is still pretty expensive but it has gotten higher profile patronage but it still has a way to go in order to penetrate the main stream market 10 Most Used Car Brands in Nigeria That link may help ⬆️IVM cars
I have a lot of positive impressions about the continent of Africa 🌍 and this gives me hope that Africa 🌍 will be Greatest Again, and a United States Of Africa 🌍 Is Possible. Permit me to share some good news about Africa 🌍 with you… Senegal 🇸🇳 and The Gambia 🇬🇲 have opened a bridge 🌉, that connects both countries (Senegambia 🇸🇳💚🇬🇲 Bridge). In Africa 🌍, we build bridges not walls because a wise man build bridges, whereas an ignorant man build walls. The Nigerian 🇳🇬, African 🌍 and the Richest Black man, Alhaji Aliko Dangote's Refinery in Lagos, Nigeria 🇳🇬. The Dangote Refinery is an oil ⛽ refinery owned by the Dangote Group that is under construction in Lekki, Nigeria 🇳🇬. When complete, it will have a capacity to process about 650,000 barrels per day of crude oil ⛽. With a single crude oil distillation unit, the refinery will be the largest single-train refinery in the world 🌎 🌍 🌏. At full production, the facility will be able to produce 50,000,000 litres (13,000,000 US gal) of gasoline and 17,000,000 litres (4,500,000 US gal) of diesel daily, as well as aviation fuel ⛽ and plastic products. With a greater capacity than the total output of Nigeria's 🇳🇬 existing refining infrastructure, the Dangote Refinery will be able to meet the country's entire domestic fuel ⛽ demand, as well as export refined products. The project is expected to cost up to $15 billion in total, with $10 billion invested in the refinery, $2.5 billion in the fertilizer factory, and $2.5 billion in pipeline infrastructure. The refinery is situated on a 6,180 acres (2,500 hectares) site and will process about 650,000 barrels of crude oil ⛽ daily, transported via pipelines from oil ⛽ fields in the Niger Delta, where natural gas will also be sourced to supply the fertilizer factory 🏭 and be used in electrical generation for the refinery complex. Nigerian 🇳🇬 businessman Aliko Dangote unveiled early plans for the refinery in September 2013, when he announced that he had secured about $3.3 billion in financing for the project. At the time, the refinery was estimated to cost about $9 billion, of which $3 billion would be invested by the Dangote Group and the remainder via commercial loans, and begin production in 2016. However, after a change in location to Lekki, construction 🚧 of the refinery did not begin until 2016 with excavation 🚜 and infrastructure preparation, and the planned completion was pushed back to late 2018. In July 2017, major structural construction 🚧 began, and Dangote estimated that the refinery would be mechanically complete in late 2019 and commissioned in early 2020. According to Reuters, citing sources familiar with the project, construction 🚧 was likely to take at least twice as long as Dangote publicly stated, with partial refining capability not likely to be achieved until 2022. An associated project at the site of the refinery, a urea fertilizer factory 🏭 , is scheduled to begin operation in late 2018 and produce about three million tons of urea annually. This is one of the developments and projects 🚧🚜 going on in Africa 🌍 that the media never told you about. Rwanda 🇷🇼 is the first country in the world 🌎🌍🌏 to use Drone 🚀 Technology in its Healthcare structure, to transfer blood and medicine 💊 to hospitals 🏥 and health facilities nationwide. The rest of the world 🌎🌍🌏 use drones 🚀 for military purposes, to fight wars and to lunch ballistic missiles, but in Africa 🌍 we use drones 🚀 to save lives. This sums up the mentality of Africans right from the inception, compared to the rest of the world 🌎🌍🌏 #MOBIUS_CARS :- The luxury SUV made in Kenya 🇰🇪, by Kenyans, for Africa 🌍. This will more job opportunities for unemployed youths. Grandma to the world 🖤👑🖤 South African 🇿🇦 Designer, Dr. Esther Mahlangu was commissioned to design this new Rolls-Royce Phantom for her solo exhibition at the Melrose Gallery in Cape Town, South Africa. She has also designed numerous BMW cars 🚘. South Sudan 🇸🇸 to the World 🌎🌍🌏 4 Teenagers from South Sudan 🇸🇸 developed a robot that gets plastic waste out of the ocean.They unveiled it at the First Global Challenge in Dubai, UAE 🇦🇪. There are 8.3 billion tons of waste in the ocean. 90% of them are in just 10 rivers. According to team mentor Richard Ring, the robot can be used to clean the Nile of plastic pollution and the Nile is one of the 10 rivers contributing 90% of Ocean plastic waste. “As a youth, our main point is to unite and make a change and work with the community to clean the oceans. #South_Sudan 🇸🇸🖤❤️💚💙🇸🇸 See what African women are doing these days! 😍 These women from Kenya 🇰🇪 just built a modern 5-storey building 🏢 after contributing Sh10 shillings ($0.099 dollars 💵) for the past 5 years! —This is true 'Feminism' 🖤👑🖤 Most women's savings groups focus on small-scale ventures, but the Murang'a County Women SACCO think BIGGER !!! Kenyan 🇰🇪 women group, Murang’a County Women SACCO raised almost $1 million, with contributions as little as $0.099 daily to fund a 5-storey building 🏢 with 102 rooms. With a contribution of Sh10 ($0.099 dollars) per member daily, Murang’a Women Sacco has established a modern hostel. The building 🏢, with 101 rooms located near Murang’a University of Technology (MUT) is expected to generate a million shillings monthly when it is fully occupied by students. Members of the sacco are drawn from the eight sub-counties and have been remitting their contributions for the past five years with each paying Sh300 ($2.96 dollars) per month. Akon Has Officially Finalized The Agreement For “Akon City” In Senegal 🇸🇳, These Includes: ➡️ Airport ✈️🛩️🛫🛬🚁 ➡️ Solar Power💡 ➡️ His Own Cryto-Currency #Akoin_Currency #African_Projects 🚧👷🏽♂️🏗️🚜 Uganda 🇺🇬 produces electric cars 🚘 and electric buses 🚍. Kiira Motors Corporation, a local vehicle manufacturing company in Uganda 🇺🇬 has conducted a successful 130Km road test for a flagship model city bus (Kayoola EVS), from Nakasongola to Kampala. Uganda 🇺🇬 is bracing for a cleaner and less pollutant city, it has announced that it will begin using electric. #Buy_Made_In_Uganda_Products 🇺🇬 #Buy_Made_In_Africa_Products 🌍 #African_Projects 🚧🚜 Dangote Refinery 🏭 lands world's 🗺 largest atmospheric tower! Nigeria's 🇳🇬 richest man and the richest Black man in the world 🗺, Aliko Dangote landed the world's 🗺 largest atmospheric tower in his refinery 🏭 in Nigeria 🇳🇬. Dangote refinery is the world's 🗺 largest single-train refinery 🏭 After travelling four months from China 🇨🇳, the world's 🗺 largest atmospheric tower lands at the world's 🗺 largest single-train refinery 🏭 in Nigeria 🇳🇬. This 2550MT- equipment would produce 650,000 barrels of PMS ⛽ per day, and the refinery would cut the annual $8 billion dollars Nigeria 🇳🇬 spends to import fuel. #African_Projects 🚧🚜 Rwanda 🇷🇼 is building its own Silicon Valley in partnership with Carnegie Mellon University. It is called Kigali Innovation City. Rwanda 🇷🇼 = Wakanda 💙💛💚 Who visited it? After 52 years of waiting, Senegal 🇸🇳 is finally opening what has been described as the largest museum of Black civilization in the capital city, Dakar. With close to 14,000 square metres of floor space and capacity for 18,000 exhibits, the new Museums of Black Civilisations is already capable of competing with the National Museum of African American History in Washington, USA 🇺🇸. Seems like Senegal 🇸🇳 is ready to receive all these African artifacts back!!! ⚠ NOW YOU CAN COOK FOOD 🍲 AND CHARGE YOUR PHONE📱— A YOUNG MAN FROM NIGERIA 🇳🇬 HAS INVENTED A COOKING STOVE THAT CAN CHARGE PHONES📱 26-year-old Nigerian (Nigeria 🇳🇬), Max Chinnah made a smokeless stove that can be used for cooking and charging of phones📱. As times are changing, and being accompanied with different consequences for the planet 🌐, innovation from Africa 🌍 remains abounding. A Nigerian (Nigeria 🇳🇬) man Max Chinnah has invented a smokeless stove that serves the primary purpose of cooking but at the same time, it can also charge phones📱. With a genuine and deep desire to contribute something meaningful to the planet 🌐, Max Chinnah patented the stove with the help of his partner, Attigah. He expressed his hope that the smokeless stove will change lives not only in Africa 🌍 but in other parts of the world 🌎🌏 too. The ambit of his company, Terraoak, is to provide rural Kenyan (Kenya 🇰🇪) farmers with 1,000 units of the smokeless stove. They also want to market the product to people who are enthusiastic about camping outdoors. At the core of this daring and pioneering venture is a zeal and hunger to save the planet 🌐 by ensuring a greener 🌳 environment free from the menacing reality of global warming. And the motive for this, according to Max Chinnah, is none other than the need to help people and transform their lives so that they enjoy a better living. The striking feature about the smokeless stove is that it is equipped with a USB port that caters for phone📱charging. And this is enabled by the fact that the stove is able to convert heat into electricity and then one can charge a phone via the USB port. Such innovations are increasingly becoming important and vital for the changing world 🌎🌍🌏 we are currently in where we are faced with the threat of global warming. Creating a smokeless stove goes a long way in creating the chance for people to care about the planet 🌐. Max Chinnah possesses a degree in Computer Science, but what greatly inspired him to invent the smokeless stove was his life-changing experience at the Clinton Global 🌐 Initiative conference held in Miami, USA 🇺🇸. The entrepreneurial drive within him was wildly stimulated and he developed a huge commitment to change people's lives. The stove currently exists in prototypes. Max Chinnah has an upbeat and optimistic attitude towards his project. He said, "It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to convince anyone with any sense that we need to do something about climate change. If you get out of your bubble you can see the effects of climate change in our world 🌎🌍🌏." "There's a whole graveyard of ideas that don’t come to success not because they weren’t good ideas or because they weren’t innovative enough, but because they weren’t put in front of the right people." Article Written By Takudzwa Hillary Chiwanza (africanexponent.com) ➡️ Ethiopia 🇪🇹 is on the brink of completing the construction of Africa’s 🌍 largest dam and hydroelectric power plant, Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam. It will be the world's 🌐 7th largest hydroelectric power plant, with an installed capacity of 6,450 Megawatts. It costs $4.8 billion. ➡️ The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, formerly known as the Millennium Dam and sometimes referred to as Hidase Dam, is a gravity dam on the Blue Nile River in Ethiopia 🇪🇹 that has been under construction since 2011. It is in the Benishangul-Gumuz Region of Ethiopia 🇪🇹, about 15 km east of the border with Sudan 🇸🇩. ➡️ At 6.45 gigawatts, the dam will be the largest hydroelectric power plant in Africa 🌍 when completed, as well as the 7th largest in the world 🌎🌍🌏. #African_Projects 🚧 🚜 #Ethiopia 🇪🇹 ➡️ Morocco 🇲🇦 has the world's 🌐 largest solar power plant, Ouarzazate Solar Power Station. ➡️ It covers 3,000 hectares (the size of 3,500 Football ⚽ fields), and can be seen from space. ➡️ It generates 580MW of electricity, and will power 1 million homes and numerous cities. #African_Projects 🚧🚜 #Morocco 🇲🇦 ➡️ African cars 🚘🚗🚙🚖 are now available in UAE 🇦🇪 market! ➡️ If you are in UAE 🇦🇪, you can now buy cars 🚘🚗🚙🚖 made in Africa 🌍. Ghana's 🇬🇭 Katanka Automobiles 🚘 are now available in UAE 🇦🇪 market. ✨ Ghana 🇬🇭❤️💚🇬🇭 Twenty-five-year-old Kenyan (Kenya 🇰🇪) engineer and innovator, Roy Allela, created set of gloves that translate sign languages to sound. The Sign-IO gloves essentially translate signed hand movements into audible speech via Bluetooth and a smartphone app. Corinthia Hotel in Sudan 🇸🇩 built to look exactly like Ancient traditional cone-shaped Sudanese mud House. Africa 🌍 #architecture. Sudan's 🇸🇩 sleek, stunning, ultra-modern new Corinthia Hotel in Khartoum may look ready to launch into space, but is actually a salute to the timeless, traditional cone-shaped Sudanese mud houses that have kept occupants cool from the desert sun for ages. Made in Nigeria 🇳🇬 :- Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing Co. Ltd., shortened as IVM, is a Nigerian automobile 🚘 and bus 🚍 manufacturing company. The 1st Made-in-Africa 🌍 automobile 🚘 brand created to eradicate foreign used cars from Africa 🌍. #Buy_Africa Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing Co. Ltd., make durable and affordable brands for Africans. #Buy_Africa. As part of Gaddafi's plans! Colonial currencies are gradually loosing their values in Africa 🌍 Benin Republic 🇧🇯, Burkina Faso 🇧🇫, Guinea-Bissau 🇬🇼, Cote d'Ivoire 🇨🇮, Mali 🇲🇱, Republic of Niger 🇳🇪, Senegal 🇸🇳 and Togo 🇹🇬 will no longer use France 🇫🇷 currency, the CFA Franc! Francophone African countries started using the CFA Franc as their currency in 1945 during colonial years. They will now use the single West African currency, ECO-Currency starting from July 2020 onwards. Although It will still be pegged to the Euro 💶 — but France 🇫🇷 will no longer hold 50% of the reserves of their ex colonies in Africa 🌍. This was part of Gaddafi's plans, he wanted a single currency backed by African gold for all African countries . It'd be the most powerful currency in the world 🌎🌍🌏 and we will no longer peg our currency/economy on any foreign or colonial currency! Once we have our own currency, we'll become richer and our economy will flourish if properly managed. These are only a tip of the icebergs… There are countless sophisticated projects going on in Africa 🌍, my impressions about Africa 🌍 are positive because I don't view Africa 🌍 from the perspective of foreign media. To understand Africa 🌍, you need to go beyond foreign media 📺.