Welcome to the Peachtree Chapter of the BMW Car Club of America. We think you'll like it here.

The Peachtree Chapter is the official Georgia chapter for the BMW Car Club of America. We aim to be the hub of the BMW Community in Georgia. We host regular social meetings, Autocross, HPDE and Tire Rack Street Survival programs.

Please feel free to reach out to any of us with questions about the club.

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  • BMW teams up with tech firms for driverless cars: source
    BMW is set to announce an alliance to develop self-driving cars with collision detection specialist Mobileye and computer chip maker Intel, a source familiar with the matter said, as the race to put driverless cars on the road heats up.
  • Every BMW to join Internet of Things with Connected Drive
    BMW is using SIM card-based Connected Drive technology to integrate all of its new cars into the Internet of Things and enable remote software updates. Currently, the technology pairs a car to an owner's smartphone to communicate with other connected devices, but BMW plans to directly pair its cars with other devices, such as an owner's house and heating system, to offer a wide range of intelligent connected services.
  • Lux Research connected car report gives damning verdict on automotive firms
    If you take out electric vehicle-specific manufacturers such as Tesla, the race for connected car superiority has two horses running; technology firms, such as Apple and Google, and traditional automotive manufacturers. Yet a new report from Lux Research gives only five automotive firms a pass – Daimler, Honda, Hyundai, Toyota, and Volvo.
  • SIM cars: How adding data will change driving forever
    Forget smartphones. Cars are fast becoming the ultimate connected device, thanks to improved data access, traffic management in the cloud and intelligent in-car integration of myriad new features. To find out how cars are becoming increasingly connected, and how it's going to change the way we live and drive, TechRadar has been talking to tech experts at the big car brands
  • Mercedes to launch all-electric brand to rival BMW i this year
    Mercedes-Benz's parent company Daimler is closing in on the launch of a new all-electric brand to rival BMW i, according to reports in the German newspaper Handelsblatt. The brand would feature new all-electric models produced by Mercedes and sister brand Smart, but wouldn't include hybrid versions of existing models.