The BMW fans will not get the chance to see the M4 Iconic Lights at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, as the German premium carmaker has decided not to present the model at the event.
The reason might be an awkard one, as representatives from BMW recently stated during an official report that the model requires a lot of space to be displayed, but since every camaker has a rather limited space to showcase their new models, this will not happen.
But looking on the bright side, officials also stated that the BMW M4 Iconic Lights will be coming soon. ”Yes these lights will appear in a production model within the next two years. Unfortunately I can’t say what at present it is some time off,” officials also concluded.
To be a reminder, the BMW M4 Iconic Lights was first presented at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show, in Las Vegas, with the model to be originally heading to Geneva. The model is a revolutionary one, as it is now equipped with the latest generation of headlights, which can warn drivers up to 100 meters in case of human and animal presence up ahead.
More than that, the BMW M4 Iconic Lights is also fitted with the latest innovation in navigation system, OLED taillights, which uses ”water thin semiconducting layers of organic materials” to produce the light.