2008: BMW VISION CONNECTED DRIVE.
The future of intelligent connectivity.
The BMW Vision ConnectedDrive adds form to the otherwise invisible technologies for interlinking driver, vehicle and the outside world. The idea of freedom in increasingly complex driving situations is expressed in this emotional roadster.The exciting design of the interior is divided into the three thematic worlds of BMWConnectedDrive: safety, infotainment, comfort. Fibre optics highlight the interaction of the different themes with the driver, passenger or outside world.
2009: BMW VISION EFFICIENTDYNAMICS.
Efficiency – excitingly different.
Lightweight construction, optimised aerodynamics and innovative drive concept make theBMW Vision EfficientDynamics a genuine sports car. Consumption, however, remains at the level of a compact car.The layering effect in the design opens up a fascinating view into the future of sheer driving pleasure. Joints and hard surface transitions on the exterior and interior are not merely an expression of a new aesthetic. They are an active design function, assuming an aerodynamic function and thus saving weight.
2008: BMW M1 HOMMAGE.
Reinterpretation of a legend.
The BMW M1 of 1978 is regarded as the first super sports car by BMW. To coincide with the 30th birthday of the M1, the BMW M1 Hommage shows how BMW generates new ideas for the futurefrom its rich tradition of ideas.Like its legendary predecessor, the BMW M1 Hommage embodies pure emotion. In extremely flat and aerodynamically advantageous proportions, precise lines define the vehicle, increasing in speed as they approach the rear. A distinctive detail, also seen in the original, is the side air vent that aspirates the mid-positioned engine.
2007: BMW CONCEPT CS.
Modern luxury reinvented.
The BMW Concept CS is a 4-door coupé study that embodies the essence of BMW Design: a perfect combination of dynamism and exclusivity with high-quality materials. In 2006, it provides a preview of the aesthetic spectrum of BMW models to come.The BMW Concept CS shows modern luxury and sporting character. It combines elements of a sedan, a coupé and a roadster thus embodying the core of BMW design. Precisely styled down to the last detail and implemented with perfect handicraft, familiar features from the BMW 3.0 CS are translated into the modern era. .
2008: BMW GINA LIGHT VISIONARY MODEL.
Geometry In N Adaptations.
The BMW GINA Light Visionary Model is a vision of the future and a research object at the same time. It is a symbol of challenging and consciously breaking through as many conventions of automobile construction as possible.GINA stands for ‘Geometry and functions In “N” Adaptation’. It interacts with the driver: with the aid of the flexible outer shell and via the mobile substructure, the vehicle is able to adapt to different driving conditions, while on the inside, individual functions are only released when the driver needs them.