BMW, the official automotive partner for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, has revealed its full London 2012 fleet. The brand will have around 4,000 vehicles at the games assisting with any daily tasks.
“Whether it be pulling boats out of the water at Weymouth, providing a mobile camera platform for the marathon, towing a horse ambulance across Greenwich Park or carrying medal winners around the Olympic Park to media interviews, the BMW and MINI fleet will perform an extremely wide range of duties during the Olympic and Paralympic Games,” BMW said.
Seems like a real daunting task.
“Our London 2012 fleet shows what BMW technology can achieve today in terms of fuel economy and low emissions, including the first major presence of super clean EU6-compliant cars on UK roads,” said Chris Brownridge, UK Marketing Director, BMW. “We look forward sharing our vision of sustainable urban mobility during the Games, including our revolutionary electric vehicle technology at the BMW Group Pavilion in the Olympic park.”
– By: Omar Rana