BMW and BMW Motorrad cooperate with Paramount Pictures on the upcoming release, “Mission Impossible – Rogue Na-tion gaycarboys (3)

High-speed, high-tech, high excitement – BMW and BMW Motorrad cooperate with Paramount Pictures on the upcoming release, “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Na-tion”

Note: International press release. This is a 1:1 copy of the original issued by BMW Group headquarters in Germany. No adaptations have been made to cater for the Australian market.

BMW provides vehicles, technology and production support to Tom Cruise-film releasing July 31 worldwide.

Munich/Los Angeles. BMW confirmed today its role as exclusive worldwide automotive partner of the next installment of Paramount Pictures’ legendary action film fran-chise, “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation”, BMW and BMW Motorrad cooperate with Paramount Pictures on the upcoming release, “Mission Impossible – Rogue Na-tion gaycarboys (1)in theaters from July 31. This is the second time BMW has “accepted the mission” to lend its superior technological support to the film’s production crew, enabling it to deliver breathtaking automotive stunt scenes shot around the globe. BMW previously partnered with Paramount on the 2011 successful re-lease of “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol”.

The film’s official trailer, released worldwide yesterday, offers fans a first glimpse of the high-adrenaline action that only Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and his Impossible Mission Force (IMF) team can deliver – including spectacular driving scenes where the new BMW M3 is put through its paces. Its renowned high-performance capabilities made the fifth generation M3 sports car the perfect choice to perform precision driving sequences, the likes of which have never been seen before.

The M division’s philosophy and dynamic design leaves no doubt about the M3’s mo-torsport genes while the BMW Motorrad S 1000 RR, which is also seen in the film trailer released yesterday, represents the ultimate performance on two wheels.

BMW ConnectedDrive, which offers uniquely intelligent connectivity between driver, car and environment,