BMW wanted to point out how the BMW Vision M NExt Concept is a mix of both the past and the present.
News of BMW’s Vision M Next Concept made headlines in mid-2019. Apparently, BMW has decided to shift its focus on the overall driver’s experience rather than that smart car presence.
While it is from one of the world’s most renowned automaking brands, BMW decided to take a break from the concept of “self-driving” cars.
The manufacturers also wanted to point out how the BMW Vision M NExt Concept is a mix of both the past and the present.
Past because of its design and future because of the tech used in manufacturing it. But, what else can we expect from this plug-in hybrid and is it worth the hype? Find out here:
This plug-in hybrid is powered by its turbocharged four-cylinder engine that’s mid-mounted into the vehicle. Its size, however, is still unknown. This is just one part of the BMW Vision M Next Concept Car’s plug-in hybrid system.
But even with that info, there is stil a lot of undisclosed details that aren’t displayed on the company’s website. The top speed and horsepower, however, are already released by BMW. They said that the engine can wok up 591 horsepower. They also quoted a blast from zero to 100 kilometers per hour in only three seconds. The top speed is also said to be marked at 186 miles per hour.
This plug-in hybrid is powered by its turbocharged four-cylinder engine that’s mid-mounted into the vehicle.
Aside from that, the driver will also be able to choose between electric all-wheel drive and pure rear-wheel drive. That means there is at least a minimum of one electric motor at the front part of the vehicle.
There is also a Boost + button. This will provide the driver with extra power if he needs it. When used in its all-electric mode, the Vision M NExt Concept has a range of 100 kilometers.
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When used in its all-electric mode, the Vision M NExt Concept has a range of 100 kilometers.
The newest vehicle from BMW is color-blocked finished with a combination of silk-matt Cast Silver and matt-neon Thrilling Orange. This is paired with sections crafted from recycled carbon fiber pieces. These details make the M Next Concept stand out in any crowd. It also has flat surfaces and creases.
This makes the overall look slightly retro and extremely futuristic at the same time. This is most probably because of the influence of BMW’s previous older models, the i8, the Turbo concept and the M1.
The newest vehicle from BMW is color-blocked finished with a combination of silk-matt Cast Silver and matt-neon Thrilling Orange.
The front fascia brags kidney grilles. Its shape is artistically created by the hood’s lines as it integrates into the front end. If you see mesh on other cars, you won’t see one in this latest BMW. Transparent panels, instead, are etched using a laser to shape the BMW roundel. This makes the meticulous etchings light up.
Stepping inside the vehicle, you will see that the futuristic theme is indeed coming into play. The entire interior of the M Concept is focused on what they call, the “Boost Pad”.
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