BMW, the German carmaker, has begun selling new ad space on its spectrum TV network.
The company is also working with some major broadcasters, including US networks AMC, FX, and Fox, to create new ads on their spectrum TV stations.
The new ad slots will air in the same spots that currently appear on BMWs premium, high-end, and sports vehicles, and will be branded “BMW”.
The ad spots will run in the US and Canada starting in January, and BMW says it expects to roll them out to all of its markets in the coming weeks.
The move is part of BMW’s plan to get more of its advertising on the Internet and in new ways.
In 2014, BMW said it would start selling ads through its iDrive app for all of the company’s vehicles, starting with the BMW i3 sedan.BMW has also announced that it plans to sell a new range of premium luxury cars on its network in 2019.
That range will include the new BMW i8, which will be a sporty sports car with a more aggressive stance and more space for its high-performance engine.
The ads will be sold in the BMW Connect app, which is a smartphone app that works with BMW’s cars.