And just to be clear, these will be two brand new concepts the German car maker has revealed that they will be presenting to the show.
2014 marks the 85th edition of the event, but above that, it also marks the 10th year BMW is collaborating with the Villa d’Este.
The centenary seems to be the perfect reason for BMW to display two concepts, of which only one being a car, with the second being a motorcycle. If BMW’s new bike will fit in with the classics promised to make an appearance remains to be seen, but chances are, the manufacturer will try to not just make it fit in, but rather shine among them.
Unfortunately, no real details were revealed, and until we close in on the opening date, chances are BMW will do its best to keep things under wraps. Last year, the German manufacturer presented the Gran Lusso Coupe, a concept developed in tandem with Pininfarina. While it didn’t manage to steal the show, it did make quite an impression, and it did set quite an act to follow for BMW. Let’s just hope they will deliver this year.