How BMW Night Vision Works [VIDEO]

BMW Night Vision uses state-of-the-art infrared technology combined with black-and-white imaging to see things before they are visible to the naked eye. Using a thermal imaging camera mounted in the lower air dam, Night Vision recognizes people, animals, and objects based upon the heat they emit. The warmer the object, the brighter it illuminates on the iDrive display monitor. The Pedestrian Detection feature recognizes and indicates individual pedestrians on or near the roadway at a range up to 330 feet. The system only works during night hours, and it must be cooler than 95-degrees Fahrenheit.

The all-new BMW X3. All you need to know. (G01, 2017)

The third generation of the BMW X3 (G01) has a lot of changes in comparison to its predecessor. In this film, we’ll walk you through all the important details and explain them, so you know this car even before it comes to market. This clip shows and explains the exterior design and interior design, the engines, the BMW ConnectedDrive features and much more.