BMW Concept Captures Vision for Next 100 Years

Mar 9, 2016

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The BMW Group, celebrating its 100-year anniversary, has now made its vision for the future a reality with the BMW VISION NEXT 100 concept. This vehicle combines coupé-type sportiness with the dynamic elegance of a sedan, according to the company.

Driver-vehicle interactions in the BMW Vision Vehicle are managed by Alive Geometry; Boost and Ease modes offer a choice of driver-controlled or vehicle-controlled operations, and the interior of the vehicle changes to suit the mode of travel. In Boost, the entire vehicle focuses on the driver, offering the support needed to maximize the driving experience – for instance by indicating the ideal driving line, steering point and speed. Ease mode sees the interior transform: the steering wheel and centre console retract; the headrests turn to the side, and the seats and door trim merge to form a single unit so that the driver and front-seat passenger can turn towards each other.

After its world debut, the BMW VISION NEXT 100 will go on a world tour, stopping in China, the U.K. and the U.S.