Well, that didn’t take long. Barely a month after BMW decided to offer Apple CarPlay as a subscription, we now know the company will soon expand the service to other features of the car. Munich quietly released the video you see above, which shows that the High Beam Assistant function will now only be made available if owner purchases it through the ConnectedDrive store.

Indeed, a quick perusal through the German store shows High Beam Assistant as being available for purchase soon, as will Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop&Go. It’s unclear if these features will be offered as a subscription or in a one-time transaction, but the site says that “available subscription periods can differ depending on the vehicle model,” so it’s likely to be the former.

It should be noted that these features are already options that cost extra – just like Apple CarPlay preparation – although the company is probably still working out the kinks of the pricing structure as we speak. Of course, you’ll only be able to purchase them if your car is already fitted with the necessary hardware, so those who did not tick those boxes in the options list are out of luck.

For now, the products are only present in stores in Europe, but given how quickly BMW rolled out CarPlay subscription across the globe, we expect other countries to follow suit. What do you think of this move? Sound off in the comments section after the jump.