Test-drive the BMW 420i convertible
Concquer imposing mountain passes and enjoy breathtaking views
Discover the Ötztal Valley with the BMW 420i convertible
This summer, guests of the 5-star hotel Das Central can test-drive the BMW 420i convertible at no cost and experience pure driving pleasure on the most scenic routes in the Ötztal Valley. Feel the headwind, conquer impressive mountain passes and enjoy breathtaking views!
The new BMW 420i convertible
Purposefully enhanced sportiness is the central feature of the new BMW 4 series. Now it can also be combined with the pleasure of open-top driving. The new BMW 4 series convertible sets particularly exclusive accents for driving pleasure with its fascinating design, its completely redesigned soft top, a diverse drive portfolio, high-quality chassis technology and innovative equipment features.
135 kW (184 hp) Fuel consumption from 6.7 l/100 km to 7.4 l/100 km, CO2 emissions from 152 g CO2/km to 170 g CO2/km. Fuel consumption and CO2 emission values stated determined according to WLTP.
Touring tips in the Ötztal valley and surroundings
The most scenic routes with the BMW 420i convertible
Timmelsjoch High Alpine Road
The secret gateway to the south
With the Timmelsjoch High Alpine Road, one of the best-known mountain pass routes of the Alps awaits you. The drive to the 2,509 m high Timmelsjoch through the Ötztal glacier world remains an unforgettable experience. On the highest mountain pass in the Eastern Alps you’ll find spectacular viewpoints and can experience a journey through the vegetation zones – from lush alpine meadows and blooming alpine roses to barren alpine landscapes with snowfields at the height of summer. Plenty of bends make for an unforgettable driving experience and are an insider’s tip for rides with the convertible, motorbike and racing cycle. Don’t forget to put in a stop at the Top *Mountain Motorcycle Museum at the toll station of the Timmelsjoch High Alpine Road.* In Europe’s highest-located motorbike museum around 170 precious gems are on show for two-wheeler nostalgics.
DRIVING TIME (Sölden-Top Mountain Motorcycle Museum): approx. 20 min.
Ötztal Glacier Road
An excursion into the permanent ice
The Ötztal Glacier Road is considered the highest road in the Eastern Alps region and leads from Sölden up to the glacier at 2,820 m above sea level. The tour leads past the Rettenbach Glacier, where every year in October the legendary FIS Ski Worldcup Opening takes place. On the way to the Tiefenbach glacier, you will pass through the highest-located tunnel in Europe – the Rosi-Mittermaier-Tunnel. Experience a breathtaking outing into the permanent ice while retracing the steps of James Bond – because in the latest blockbuster SPECTRE, 007 embarks on an action-packed car chase on the Ötztal Glacier Road.
DRIVING TIME (Sölden – Tiefenbach Glacier): approx. 30 min.
Niederthai & Stuibenfall
A nature experience of the special kind
A further highlight for all convertible drivers is the tour up to the high plateau of Niederthai, past Tyrol’s highest waterfall. The Stuibenfall with a drop of 159 m is a gigantic natural spectacle with its origin in Niederthai. More than 700 levels, and 80-metre long suspension bridge and spectacular viewing platforms near the thundering masses of water allow the Stuibenfall to be experienced and accessed by foot. On the way back, a culinary stop in Umhausen in the more than 100-year-old traditional inn Andreas Hofer is worthwhile.
DRIVING TIME (Sölden – Niederthai): approx. 30 min.
State capital Innsbruck
For city explorers & aficionados
The state capital of Tyrol scores with an alpine-urban mix of mountains and valleys, nature and town and surprises with cultural highlights, fascinating attractions, historic treasures and a special lifestyle. From the Golden Roof to the Hofburg Imperial Palace Dachl and the Bergisel skijump and the Alpenzoo, Europe’s highest located zoo – Innsbruck offers unforgettable moments aplenty. And also makes every shopper’s heart leap for joy in the many small boutiques in the old quarter or in the modern shopping streets.
DRIVING TIME (Sölden – Innsbruck): approx. 1 h