Thursday, February 10, 2011

With an exciting study and other BMW innovations in luggage to travel to Geneva Motor Show (3 to 13 March 2011). The highlight at the booth of Bayern will be without doubt the BMW ConnectedDrive Vision, which gives the brand an outlook on the possibilities of networking in the car.

The concept study is presented as a two-seater roadster inspired visually to the BMW Vision EfficientDynamics of 2009. This is evident from the strong emphasis on the width of a horizontal lamp and flat kidney. A special feature of the exterior of the BMW ConnectedDrive Vision is the door concept. Inspired, it is of the electro-mechanical retractable doors of the BMW Z1 1988th This one is driving, even with open doors possible and allowed. The new Geneva-study is the idea to extend them. Two sliding door elements - one inside, one outside - will disappear when the door opening in the vehicle body and thus allow the entry. While the outer shell moves forward, the inner shell disappears in a counter-movement in the rear of the vehicle. Even the BMW ConnectedDrive Vision is driving with an open outer door, a central aspect.


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