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      01-23-2012, 05:07 PM   #23
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Hi I Bimmer... do you get a metallic reflection from the sun on the projector during the day?

I just found the 550i Heads up to be distracting, maybe its different now? I hear the heads up improved a little bit.
I don't see any kind of "metallic" reflection at all during the day. There's a reflection of the dash onto the front window, but it certainly isn't "metallic".
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      01-23-2012, 06:07 PM   #24
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Is the HUD always on, or can you turn it off or at least turn the intensity way down?
No, yes and yes.
Remember, this is a new generation of display, so the graphics may be different to other HUDs
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      02-05-2012, 01:04 AM   #25
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All BMW HUDs have allowed them to be turned on or off, control the brightness and position.

There is no reflection. I don't know what that person is talking about. I've used one on multiple bmws for the last 6 years.
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Just put a sheet of felt on the hud screen if you don't want it. No big deal.
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BMW has definitely turned me off from buying this car with their bundling, line restrictions and color options.
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The bundling is a bit unreasonable, but I must say that I'm glad that Nav comes with HUD. That was kind of a bonus reason to get the NAV FOR ME.

On the negative side, I had to purchase NAV to get BMW APPS. I really had no intention of getting NAV in the first place, but since I must, it is a bonus to have HUD.
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