The concept of the new BMW car will debut at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, the 2011 BMW ConnectedDrive Vision Concept. Indeed, BMW has not released details of the specification of this car, both from the powertrain and mechanical details. It was not surprising, since BMW ConnectedDrive Vision is intended to hide the secret designs.According to one automakers ‘extrapolates the principle of intelligent networking of drives, vehicle, and the outside world’. Approximately when translated, there are some fantastic technology that is packed into the interior of this car.
Like the previous Vision Concept, BMW’s latest design studio showcases futuristic design lines using the layering approach EfficientDynamics, started with the first Vision Concept it. The two-seater roadster features typical lines: long hood, short overhangs and a strong, bold front end. In a press release this morning, BMW will be informed about the new concept. Let’s take a look.
Power for the BMW Vision EfficientDynamics prototype comes from a 1.5L 3-cylinder turbo diesel engine combined into a hybrid synchronous motor on the front and a full-hybrid engine on the rear. Together, the system generates an output of 328 hp. 0-60 mph comes in just 4.8 seconds with a top speed of 155 miles per hour. Fuel consumption is estimated at 63 mpg and the concept can be done 31 miles of zero-emission driving. The production version of the BMW Vision EfficientDynamics is to go on sale in 2013.
The design of this car looks simple cabin, a large part consists of a single gauge binnacle, shifter, and the iDrive controller on the center console and dashboard. This design adopts the view 3-D head that govern information and the direction of navigation. In addition, there are parts dashboar GPS maps, and other items.
Passengers are not excluded from the capricious technology – the third screen, integrated into the surface of the dashboard itself, is designed for front-passenger to serve as a co-pilot. Passengers can research and plan trips from the comfort of their own chair, and any changes are then used to provide the driver navigation. Additionally, passengers are able to play with the ‘Emotional Browser, which reportedly “captures and filters extra information about the surroundings of the vehicle, including humans, mood, or location.” Color and pattern of LED light pipe flows throughout the interior and exterior can be customized to tailor the car gets a four-wheeled Mood Ring.
Although this feature may be more legend than foresight, vision ConnectedDrive more grounded in reality. BMW may or may not look to add a sub-Z4 Roadster to its portfolio (especially one with Z1 style sliding doors), but we hear a number of design elements – especially the front and L-shaped taillights – are forerunners of cues to appear in future BMW models for the design. Even the interior technological features – including the whimsical 3-D HUD – has been plagued by a number of automakers for use in production vehicles. BMW proposes a similar display could be included in future electric models, including the one million city commuter car park and sports coupe i8.
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