BMW publishes a teaser with new Arnold Schwarzenegger collaboration

bmw Y arnold schwarzenegger They have done it again. A new collaboration between the manufacturer and the strongman seems to give indications of the super bowl 2023 ad of the signature

With a tweet with an image and complemented by the text “He’s back” BMW floods the network with questions that for now will not be answered. In the image you can see Schwarzenegger as Zeus reincarnating the character from last year’s Super Bowl ad with the message “How it started”. The other image shows a suit with motion sensors and the note “How’s it going”.

It’s unclear at this time if Schwarzenegger will reprise his role as Zeus for BMW, though if we were to bet, we’d say it’s a different announcement.

In the previous Super Bowl commercial, Schwarzenegger was Zeus and Salma Hayek it was Hera, both Greek gods who, along with their Pegasus, left Mount Olympus and moved to Palm Springs, California.

The Lightning God was bored among mortals until he was able to drive a BMW iX. This went on sale during the 2022 calendar.

The latest information about the model is that the manufacturer is moving 3155 units of the electric crossover.

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BMW is about to take a big step in electric mobility with the debut of the new platform New Class, which debuts in CES 2023 from January. It is estimated that the first production vehicle with this architecture will arrive in 2025. The first example would be an electric sedan and then a crossover.

The vehicles that are assembled on this platform will generate from 268hp until 1341hp. While the capacities of the batteries would be between 75 kilowatt-hours and 150 kWh and autonomies of up to 1,000 km.

Writing New Electric Autos Source: engine1

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