It is unclear whether BMW boss Harald Krüger can go for a new term at the automaker corporation. Within the supervisory board there is doubt about whether Krüger is the right person to lead the German company in the current transition to electric and autonomous driving. According to sources, the knot on a second term for Krüger is being cut within a few weeks. He has been at the helm of BMW since 2015. The automaker is working on a costly transition. In addition to electric drive and autonomous driving, investments are also being made in mobility services and technology. Like many other luxury brands, BMW is struggling with poor performance in China, among others. In addition, opinions on the course to be followed are divided within the board, with the choice among other things about whether or not to enter into partnerships with tech companies or joining forces with peers.