Hier ist eine frage sehr interessant: Was bedeudet “Freude im Fahren” auf englisch?
If you understood the above sentence and you are an American or Canadian Bimmer fan, you are indeed “hard core.” For the rest who don’t remember their high school German, the phrase freude im fahren means “Joy in Driving” – a description of the BMW that few of its fans would argue with.
Of course, even the stock BMW 5 series audio system is head and shoulders above many custom automotive sound systems. Standard BMW 5 series stereos and BMW X5 audio systems have earned high praise from prestigious websites such as Edmunds, Kelley Blue Book and Cars.com as well as high-profile publications like Car and Driver and Motor Trend. Even the BMW Z3 audio system has scored high marks among members of the automotive community – no mean feat for an open convertible.
So – what does one do when the best isn’t good enough?
If your standards as an audiophile are impossibly high, you’ll be happy to know that there are many BMW 5 Series audio upgrades available, as well as for other BMW models. If you are fortunate enough to own a new vehicle with the one of the latest BMW 5 series stereos or a state-of-the-art BMW X5 audio system by Harman-Kardon, this may be less of an issue for you. However, if you own an older – but still serviceable – Z3 built prior to 2006, you’ll still find numerous BMW Z3 audio system upgrades available.