Center stack for BMW 7 series

  • 10-Oct-2008 10:50 EDT
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Preh's audio and climate control system, featured on the BMW 7 series center stack, is slightly turned toward the driver. It is outlined in black panel display technology, with individual function icons such as interior temperature or fan blower speed only appearing after the ignition is turned on. The audio system features an integrated proximity sensor system for selection of radio station buttons: the driver places a finger close to a button or lightly touches it and the station frequency is indicated in the center display. The desired frequency is selected by pressing the button. The center stack is available with a ceramic design option.

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