BMW, the world’s biggest carmaker, has said it will cease manufacturing motorcycle wraps and motorcycle wraps for its dealers and dealerships in 2019.
The company said in a statement on Monday that it will end the production of the wraps in 2019 and its dealerships, dealers and customer service departments will stop selling the wraps.BMW said it would also stop the production and sales of motorcycle wraps at its existing dealerships and dealers in Canada and the US.
“We’ve been committed to delivering the best motorcycle gear to our dealers, and we’re continuing to take the right decisions for our brand, our customers and our employees,” BMW said in the statement.BMWs brand, however, said it had no plans to stop selling wraps for dealers.BMWS statement on wraps and wraps sales:BMW wraps are made from a durable, lightweight and breathable fabric.
They have been designed to provide a smooth ride on all-wheel drive motorcycles.
They are also very stylish and comfortable to wear, which is important to our customers.
The wraps are used for motorcycle helmet covers, helmet panniers, motorcycle helmet straps and motorcycle helmet linings.
In 2019, BMW will be introducing a new type of motorcycle wrap that offers more protection and comfort to riders.
We have already started working with manufacturers to develop a new motorcycle wrap to provide the best possible protection.
We are confident that this new product will be approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA), which will help us ensure the highest level of safety in our products.
“The BMW brand is proud to offer a range of products that meet our customers’ needs,” the company added.BMw’s motorcycle wraps are manufactured at its facilities in Wetzlar, Austria.
The motorcycle wraps used in motorcycle helmets are made by a company called MotoMax, which BMW bought in 2015.