BMW Vision Next 100 Car: One Of The Most Awaited Car Concept Of The Future

Mar 08, 2017 07:10 PM EST | Ivy Lebanan

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BMW is a German automobile and motorcycle manufacturer that is one of the best-selling luxury automakers in the world.And now, BMW would want to intensify their fans' with a feeling of complete absolute driving pleasure with their BMW Vision Next 100.

The BMW Vision Next 100 shows the ideas into what the Ultimate Driving Machine in the year 2116 looks like. Many assumed that BMW would celebrate their 100th birthday by introducing a retro-styled concept built as an honor to its respected tradition.

The design team took all trends and technological developments that would be very relevant to BMW in the future. They also took some cues from innovations and designs of the past. The car won't be on the road as it is designed now, but some of the high-tech features built into the car will trickle down to series-produced BMWs over the next couple of years.

The BMW Vision Next 100 stretches 192 inches long and 54 inches tall. The automobile was designed to meet the driver's every need. It has two basic driving modes which are the Boost and Ease. In Boost mode, the driver is in complete control of the car. In the Ease mode, the driver is not controlling the wheel.

The important element of the vehicle is having a futuristic tech feature called Alive Geometry. This kind of design was never seen in a car before. It consists of a kind of three-dimensional sculpture that works both inside and outside the vehicle.

There are 800 moving triangles scattered across the instrument panel and the body panels. The triangles change its color in Boost mode to warn the driver of incoming vehicles or obstacles in the road, and also to highlight the fastest driving line. In Ease mode, the triangles will warn the passengers if the car is going to make a sharp turn or a sudden stop so that they will not be caught off-guard.

BMW says that in the upcoming future, the driver's well-being will become increasingly important. Rather than feeling that the driver is on a machine that drives itself, they could also sense that they are sitting in a car that is only designed for them.

 

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