April Updates to European Delivery Program

by Tim Jones on April 17, 2017, 6:07 pm
BMW has made a series of updates and enhancements to the European Delivery program. The new changes increase the models available pickup at BMW's world class Munich delivery center, the BMW Welt

BMW i8 and iPerformance Models
  • Starting April 17th the BMW i8 and iPerformance models will be available for European Delivery.
  • The BMW Welt will have a limited number of charging cables to borrow. Make arrangements with your European Delivery team in advance to ensure one is available for you.
  • The loaner cables are not fast charging because of compatibility issues.

New European Delivery Website
  • The European Delivery website - bmwusa.com/europeandelivery/ - recently received updates enhancing the overall experience and making it easier to find information.

Butterfield & Robinson
  • Staring Monday April 24th Butterfield & Robinson will take over as the official travel partner.
  • The new partnership will offer a more robust and engaging experience according to BMW.
  • For more details check out the BMW European Delivery website - bmwusa.com/europeandelivery/ - next week.

Additional Ports of Entry for European Delivery Vehicles
  • Effective April 17th, Port Galveston and Port Baltimore will be open for the reprocessing of European Delivery vehicles.
  • Make sure your dealer selects the correct port of entry when completing your order for the fastest re-delivery.

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2 responses to April Updates to European Delivery Program

Vitacura commented:
April 17, 2017, 7:25 pm

Interesting info. As always, thanks for sharing! I am hoping my next BMW will be a ED.
Dave 20T commented:
April 17, 2017, 11:31 pm

I'm not sure what Butterfield and Robinson will bring. If it is travel packages at a cost, I might not be interested. European delivery allows travel to small towns, small cities, suburbs and rural areas, places that are more suited to individual planning. Someday, I was thinking of brushing up on my German and just seeing Germany without a plan. Then return the car and visit a major city, like Berlin or London, before heading home.

Thanks for the update.