If you're anything like many of our guests here at BMW of Anchorage, you love the look and feel of leather upholstery in your BMW car. However, it's important for that leather to be ethically produce and sustainably sourced, which is why BMW recently joined the Leather Working Group, a not-for-profit organization with the aim of supplying the auto industry with sustainable, certified leather.

Now, if you're looking for a leather-free interior for your next BMW, that's perfectly fine. The BMW Brand offers options ranging from SensaTec® to cloth, but if you're looking for something truly luxurious, there's no substitute for leather. In joining the Leather Working Group, the BMW Brand looks to shape a more sustainable future for leather production. From certifying producers that source leather ethically to streamlining supply chains and eliminating waste, the Leather Working Group and BMW hope to create a sustainable source for automotive leather for the future.

For more information on the BMW Brand's sustainability initiatives, get in touch with our BMW experts at BMW of Anchorage today.

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