Can anyone shed some light as to what these air bubbles are? We took delivery of the car 10 days ago and didn’t really catch it, but these air bubbles seem to be sandwich inside the eclipsing glass. I’m not even sure how would they fix it? It’s not something like an air bubble screen from an IPhone that can be easily fixed. I took my car to the dealer today and the service adviser schedule me for an appointment next week to have the EV technician to take a look at it and compare to other similar EV cars to see if these are defect or something they can fix right away. I don’t want jump to conclusion, but it seems BMW didn’t do a good job with quality inspection when they assembled the car. I know if the glass does indeed needs to replace, it would have to come from Germany and given the shortage of any parts right now it would take months. The glass is not something that can be easily replaced like local auto glass shop and very annoyed to look at.
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