The BMW 1 Series tii concept is the latest innovation that comes out of BMW’s factory. The Tii concept has been revealed at the Tokyo Auto Show where it was the main attraction.
With its aerodynamically optimized body, a wide range of lightweight features designed to minimize weight and achieve ideal weight distribution, this concept study reflects a high level of driving dynamics. The interior has also been tailored to the serious driver. In its design, the BMW Concept 1 Series tii builds on the traditional features and characteristics of past BMW sports cars. Immediately apparent are features which made numerous BMW Coupes successes on both the road and the track back in the 1960s and ’70s.
These were cars characterized by compact dimensions, low weight with perfect balance front-to-rear, as well as powerful engines that conveyed that power to the rear wheels. The renowned BMW 2002, introduced back in 1968, was acknowledged as the epitome of agility and dynamic driving character. The new BMW 1 Series Coupe represents the same philosophy: Light, agile, and powerful.
The BMW Concept 1 Series tii brings out all these strengths and shows how much the development principles which applied more than four decades ago are still appropriate today when setting out to create a truly unique driving experience. Traditional and modern: lightweight construction as the basic principle, CFP as the solution.
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