BMW Vision Next 100 futuristic concept car unveiled

BMW is celebrating its 100th anniversary with a vision of what the future of motoring will look like.

By - March 9, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
BMW Vision Next 100 concept car

BMW is celebrating its 100th anniversary with a vision of what the future of motoring will look like, unveiling its Vision Next 100 concept car.

BMW said in developing the Vision Next 100, the objective was to create “not an anonymous vehicle but one that is highly personalised and fully geared to meet the driver’s every need”.

The design team took into account all the trends and technological developments that will be most relevant to BMW in the decades ahead when designing the car.

“But they also took many of their cues from innovations and designs of the past,” said BMW.

Here is a look at the BMW Vision Next 100 concept car.

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