While munching on peanuts and drinking soda in the Narita airport 1st passenger terminal in Japan you can now catch a glimpse of the dynamic world view of BMW cars in the “more than life size” kidney grille. This enormous grille (standing at a height of 2.3m and a width of 3.8m) includes two television monitors which are installed inside the “kidney grille”.Technorati Tags: BMW, Narita+Airport, promotion, auto+news, automobile, automotive, cars, pictures, images, Autos
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