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BMW Vision M Next | Best Concept EV on Planet

In the BMW Vision M NEXT, intelligent technologies support the driver and display the right content at the right time. Operation is clear and intuitive, with all information presented in the drivers direct field of view.

BMW Vision M Next

The 2019 BMW Vision M Next is a concept car that shows the companys take on how "driving pleasure might look in the future." It also previews the future of BMWs M-badged models and also gives us a glimpse at the companys upcoming hybrid drivetrain.

Inspired by the BMW Turbo concept from the 1970s, the Vision M Next has a surprising amount of wedge-inspired design cues. It also borrows features from the iconic M1. BMW also claims it used the i8 as an inspiration, but its like the German firm went back to the 1970s to design this concept car. And thats precisely what makes it cool.

The rear-end shape shows more M1 influences with its little angular peaks at each corner, and the majority of the rear is taken up by a massive diffuser. The taillights use the same Laser Wire tech as the headlights and produce an abstract rendering of an ECG heartbeat. Echoing the dual BMW badges at the back of the M1, the Vision M Next has the roundel incorporated into the taillights, where they appear to float in the glass. Literally topping the car off is the three-tiered glass engine cover, reminiscent of the M1's rear louvers.

BMW Vision M Next

Instead of using a traditional key, the M Next has facial recognition technology that automatically unlocks the car as the driver approaches. The butterfly doors open with the press of a touch sensor, allowing access into the fairly simple interior. Nearly every surface is covered in Midnight Blue microsuede, with only parts such as the door pulls and steering wheel covered in leather. Other materials, including synthetic fibers and anodized titanium, are sparingly used, and Thrilling Orange paint accents a number of components.

BMW Group has also unveiled an experimental car called Power BEV that is based on the current 5-Series. This car gets three fifth-generation electric drive units that churn out 730 PS of maximum power output and can accelerate to 0-100 kmph in less than 3 seconds.

BMW Vision M Next

The chassis and powertrain engineers worked together particularly closely to maximize the BMW Group has also unveiled an experimental car called Power BEV that is based on the current 5-Series. This car gets three fifth-generation electric drive units that churn out 730 PS of maximum power output and can accelerate to 0-100 kmph in less than 3 seconds.

The chassis and powertrain engineers worked together particularly closely to maximize the cars performance. Key to its dynamic attributes is that the two electric motors at the rear axle are controlled separately. This brings e-torque vectoring into play, which enables maximum drive power to be translated into forward propulsion even in extremely dynamic driving manoeuvres.cars performance. Key to its dynamic attributes is that the two electric motors at the rear axle are controlled separately. This brings e-torque vectoring into play, which enables maximum drive power to be translated into forward propulsion even in extremely dynamic driving maneuvers.


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