BMW started offering free automatic transmission on every new BMW.

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Leftover Art is a sustainable design project that gives new life to automatic driver's left shoes. Partnering up with two upcoming Dutch designers Annebel & Esther, they created a one-of-a-kind Collection based on residual left shoes. The duo, who just graduated from the Willem de Kooning Academy hopes it will inspire all automatic drivers. 

Creative duo had no restrictions. They just had to answer one question: What to do with the left shoe? In the end the duo gave five left shoes a new purpose and called it Leftover Art. All the products had an automatic feature. Like the leftover lamp that turned itself on and off, the leftover bottle holder that automatically refilled your glass and the leftover fan that turned itself on when the room was getting too hot.

Thanks to the Steptronic automatic transmission your right foot does all the work. In order to prevent left shoe 'surplus', BMW went looking for a suitable solution. And as you see, they did the great job.

Aug. 1, 2017 Living photo: Leftover Art

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