BMW joins smart in threatening copy-cat Chinese
The CEO has a distinctly last-gen. X5 feel to it, particularly when viewed in profile and from the rear. According to Automotive News' sister publication, Automobilwoche, BMW is considering legal action if and when the CEO is unveiled, and may attempt to halt distribution of the SUV in Europe.
The IAA, the governing body for next month's show, has regulations in place that would require copyright violators to remove its products, and its entire exhibition space, from the show floor if a court-imposed injunction is filed.
We're hoping to be on hand next month if an international incident does, in fact, takes place.
[Source: Automotive News – Sub. Req.]
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