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THE TOP FIVE MOST ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY COUNTRIES AND WHAT GOT THEM THERE.
The Environmental Performance Index (EPI) offers a data-driven summary of the state of sustainability around the world. “Metrics have groundbreaking potential to propel us toward a sustainable future – but only if the work embraces data-driven policymaking, built on a foundation of careful measurement of environmental trends and progress,” states the current report.
This road trip takes you to one of the most scenic spots on the globe: Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park. Home to natural sights such as Mount Fuji, Fuji Five Lakes, Hakone, the Izu Peninsula and the Izu Islands, it’s the perfect backdrop to an otherworldly driving experience.
Experience sheer driving pleasure as you explore the world with your groundbreaking BMW i8, one road trip at a time.
As a BMW i Pure Impulse member or alumnus, you can exclusively download the road books to the routes you’ve come to love as part of our popular driving events and create your own personalised itinerary. Explore some of the world’s most beautiful corners, townships and landscapes with our detailed maps, including points of interest, recommended eateries for pit stops, and much more.
Do you really know everything there is to know about your groundbreaking BMW i8? Is there a new or different BMW model you have your eye on and would like to find out more? Then book in for a virtual consultation with one of BMW’s Product Geniuses live from the BMW Welt in Munich.
Embark on a virtual food tour to beautiful South Tyrol! Book yourself into a live session with the culinary experts of Genussreisen who, for some 15 years, have been travelling the globe in search of the best gourmet experiences.
How do you keep art and the people who care for it safe during a global pandemic? The spread of Covid-19 has not changed that level of care, which staff at Tate give to the 78,000 artworks and the millions of library and archive items in their collection. However, it has certainly created new challenges, whether that is the need for social distancing or restrictions on international travel. As the galleries move in and out of lockdown, the Collection Care teams have been working together to find new ways of looking after art in these exceptional times. In this film, hear from art handlers and registrars as they discuss the challenges of transporting and installing artworks during the coronavirus crisis. Watch conservators, technicians and photographers prepare artworks for display with new protective measures and discover how Tate galleries are adapting processes to continue to allow visitors safe access to artworks, library and archive items in their Library, Archive and Prints and Drawings Rooms.
Amid an otherworldly lava-hewn setting with vistas of the emerald-moss or snow-covered volcanic landscape, you can immerse yourself in mineral-rich, shimmering aqua waters, gazing up at the northern lights or summer’s endless evenings, all backed by an award-winning cocoon of comfort. Now a National Geographic Wonder of the World, the Blue Lagoon’s natural benefits were first tested in the early 1980s when inquisitive local residents ventured into the health-giving blue reservoir that had formed beside the Svartsengi Resource Park. A few decades later, this curiosity has become a spa facility, research and development centre and location of the recently opened Retreat at Blue Lagoon Iceland.
Embark on a virtual food tour to beautiful Hungary! Book yourself into a live session with the culinary experts of Genussreisen who, for some 15 years, have been travelling the globe in search of the best gourmet experiences.
THE END OF AN ERA: BMW i8 PRODUCTION COMES TO AN END.
On 25 June 2020, the last 18 BMW i8 vehicles left BMW Group Plant Leipzig in Germany, each finished in a paintwork colour that had not previously been applied to the outer skin components of a BMW i8. “For BMW i8 production to end with a finale like this is something we can all be very proud of,” said Plant Director Hans-Peter Kemser.