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BMW Sportscar Concept Study

Interesting | May 20th, 2009 by 12
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Creativity of some car fans never ceases to amaze me. In the past few years, we have seen many graphic artists or design students taking …

Creativity of some car fans never ceases to amaze me. In the past few years, we have seen many graphic artists or design students taking a proactive step and creating their own version of automobile concepts.

BMW fans are quite known for their creativity as well and some of these concepts have been many times sponsored by BMW itself.
BMW Sportscar Concept Study
Early last year, the BMW M-Zero Concept created some waves on the web with its unique approach of a BMW sportscar, then we had the students at European Institute of Design(Turin, Italy) working on a BMW sponsored project to create BMW concepts that might appear after 2015.

More recently, BMW Snug,a concept designed by David Raffai, showed us a car that to create a community around it. And these examples could continue. At the same time, we have to acknowledge that some of them were purely futuristic, showing the creativity of the designer rather a potential usability in the future.

Continuing down the same path, Emil Baddal, an Iranian born designer and graduate of Industrial and Transportation Design, came up with an interesting concept study around a future BMW Sportscar or if I were to name it, a Supercar.

Sure, the concept doesn’t appeal to everyone and it is quite controversial, but in the end, I have no other choice but to appreciate his artistic skills and attention to details.

[Source: Carscoop ]

  • D solomon

    I like the new Super Sports Car from the BMW

  • http://www.bmwblog.com Horatiu B.

    @D solomon: It’s not made by BMW, just an artist with an idea. Not sponsored by BMW

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Tom-Hegedosh/8204311 Tom Hegedosh

    very interesting “been in a car accident” body styling. Don’t like the headlights… too camaro

  • Giom

    My first thought is that this could be the Lamborgini Countach for BMW. And I mean that in a positive way. The Countach put Laborgini on the map because of its looks. This design reminds me of that, and that is what school boys want to stick on their bedroom walls.

    There are some details that need attention, like the side graphics are very busy. But, having said that, it could very well be the personality of the design.

    To me, this is good, fresh thinking… breaking the mold a little.

  • Buitaro H.

    Lovin’ the tail lights

  • oh really

    not beautiful.

  • tony

    I think it looks gr8 man.even though it reminds me of the Mustang frm front,dont ask me why cause im not sure also.
    JUST HOPE BMW COMES OUT WITH SOMETHING LIKE THIS TO COMPETE WITH CARS LIKE THE R8 or the Gallardo.For less price.

    I like the persons creativity.u rock man!!!!!!

  • Jordan

    got mixed feeling about it. overall it’s cool but the front part where the lights and kidney gills run, it looks way too much like the 2010 mustang. it seems like this designer has a very asian influence on it, similar to what some of the asian automakers have come up with for concepts. nothing wrong with that, but it’s BMW and I don’t think it flows nicely like a european car should, especially a supercar. and the side door molding, that really has to hinder the high speed aerodynamics.

  • Jag

    i don’t see a bmw in it, jut like the M-Zero

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1355344571 Alexander Phillippe

    Very out there and out-there styling. As a futuristic concept, I love it. As a BMW, I can’t stand it. I can see the BMW in it but all of the body cladding overpowers it. With a little bit of toning down I think this would make a GREAT super car… Call it an M1 or 8-series and I bet it would sell.

  • Andrei M

    I like it .

    But on a second look , the front is too Mustang-ish , the back is too Alfa-Romeo-ish tbh .

  • jeffery

    beyond great its a masterpieace

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