MotorWeek is gearing up for the holidays and thinking about the new year. So is BMW. They’ll be demonstrating the future they’re creating at the Consumer Electronics Show. Naturally that includes the BMW Vision iNEXT, but it won’t just be on display. Visitors will have the chance to wear virtual reality goggles and see what the drive will be like.

The new BMW Intelligent Personal Assistant will also be in the spotlight.It enables drivers and passengers to talk to the vehicle to control key vehicle functions. This new technology launches in BMW vehicles in March 2019. 

We know how important it is to experience a vehicle for yourself. So visitors will have a chance to sit in the new BMW X7 and see how it handles an off-road course.

BMW Motorrad will be showing the BMW R 1200 GS. It’s a test bike that can operate without a rider.

The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas runs January 8-11 2019.