BMW and Tom Tom Join Forces

Motorcycle.com Staff
by Motorcycle.com Staff

TomTom, the location technology specialist, has announced that it will provide its comprehensive navigation stack to BMW Motorrad’s global lineup. Utilizing TomTom's maps, navigation, and real-time traffic services, BMW Motorrad's new models will offer an advanced built-in navigation experience. This system can also be accessed via the BMW Motorrad Connected App, available for both Android and iOS.


This collaboration ensures that BMW Motorrad riders have safe, easy access to crucial information through the handlebar display and the dedicated mobile app. The new navigation system offers turn-by-turn instructions and can function offline, ensuring riders never miss a turn.


Developed with TomTom's Navigation SDK, the system boasts increased map coverage and detail, tailored for rider comfort and safety to provide a reliable and enjoyable navigation experience.


BMW Motorrad delivered over 209K motorcycles to customers in 2023 — the highest sales volume in the company's history. With more BMW bikes on the roads, this collaboration with TomTom will make the riding experience more comfortable, connected, and most importantly, safe.


This article was co-written using AI and was then heavily edited and optimized by our editorial team.

Motorcycle.com Staff
Motorcycle.com Staff

Motorcycle.com presents an unrivaled combination of bike reviews and news written by industry experts

More by Motorcycle.com Staff

Comments
Join the conversation
2 of 5 comments
  • Tech Tech on Jul 01, 2024

    Tom Tom...no thanks. I've been a Gamin user for over 25 years.

  • Andrew Capone Andrew Capone on Jul 02, 2024

    I went through 4 BMW branded Garmin Navi units, each one crapping out after only a few months. All were replaced under warrantee, but my sense is that BMW got fed up with the torrent of replacement units and Garmin's aging interface and switched.

Next