LA Auto Show visitors will have the chance to see BMW’s futuristic vision iNext concept for the first time. The concept carries “personal mobility of the future” to today.
Vision iNext will be launched as an electric SUV with Autonomic and connected features in 2021. The concept is similar to the BMW X5, but has a wider interior thanks to its special architecture for electric cars.
The electric system consists of the front and rear engines and the battery placed under the ground. The BMW Vision iNEXT model can accelerate from zero to 100 km/h in 4 seconds and offers an electric driving distance of 611 km.
The first highlight in the car is the big front shutters with kidney shape peculiar to BMW. Because the car is electric, the front shutters do not function as ventilation, instead they consist of a panel containing the sensors of autonomous systems. Inside, a minimalist design, materials such as wood, fabric and metal, and digital displays attract attention. The front seats are divided into a table-style console, and the rear seats can accommodate up to four passengers.
The car has two different driving modes: “boost” and “ease”. The first mode allows the driver to drive manually and the digital display focuses on the driver. In the “ease” mode, the steering wheel is retracted and the vision iNEXT is switched to automatic driving. Thus, the owner and passengers make a comfortable journey.
BMW plans to introduce the concept of vision iNext to production in the Dingolfing plant since 2021. The new model will be a milestone for BMW and its customers with technologies.
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