BMW is celebrating 100 years of existence on the market and launched some cool concepts and models, with the Vision Next 100 representing a genuine trademark of technology and evolution.
This would be the second time to hear about the BMW Vision Next 100, the model being highlighted in a new photo gallery and in a recent interview with Adrian van Hooydonk, Head of BMW Group Design.
Van Hooydonk better explains the concept, saying that their clear objective was to carry out a concept with a futuristic design, with the main focus on technology and autonomous driving capabilities.
“Technology is going to make significant advances, opening up fantastic new possibilities that will allow us to offer the driver even more assistance for an even more intense driving experience,” he further added.
The BMW Next 100 is highlighting the different driving modes by a push of a button, opting thus for the Boost or the Ease modes, or switching between full-autonomous driving or manual control.
Besides the ultimate technology, the BMW Mext 100 is also offering us an extremely evolutionary exterior and interior design. While at it, the cabin offers a fully connected Al interface which projects all the necessary information on the windshild without using the standard digital displays.
The German based carmaker is also planning to add two more futuristic concepts, this time envisioned on future Vision models from MINI and Rolls-Royce, followed by a Vision motorcycle concept, which might be revealed at the 2016 L.A. Auto Show.