Originally Posted by TylerStarBmw
Just read this on the forum, can anyone confirm this with us?
-No more slot for the key. Just keep it in your pocket and press start. Free of charge standard feature. It was explained to me as a safety feature. The key in the ignition would always end up in someones knee/leg during a collission. I don't have Comfort Access, so it doesn't work on the doors.
Keyless go is standard (no key in slot because there is no slot)
Comfort Access (option) adds the door functionality
2013 E92 M3 | Mineral White Metallic/Black/Carbon Leather | M-DCT | ZCP | Premium | EPS | Sirius | Michelin PSS 255/275 | 3M Tint 35% Sides & 20% Rear | IND Light Smoked Reflectors | LUX H8 5000K | OEM Black Chrome Grilles & Gills
Past BMWs: 2012 F10 535i, 2011 E90 335i, 2009 E90 M3, 2008 E70 X5, 2006 E90 330i, 2004 E46 330i