BMW Vision EfficientDynamics Concept to be unveiled this Sunday

News | August 27th, 2009 by 10
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Word came down: the new, highly awaited, controversial, you name it…BMW Vision Concept will be unveiled this coming Sunday. Press releases are still under embargo …

Word came down: the new, highly awaited, controversial, you name it…BMW Vision Concept will be unveiled this coming Sunday. Press releases are still under embargo until Sunday, but the official BMW website also confirms the allegations.

“Joy Defines The Future” is the slogan used by BMW to market their Vision EfficientDynamics, a car that has been in the center of attention for the past few weeks. It all started with the “supposedly” leaked photos of a BMW Concept vehicle which it turned out to be an older design study.

The Concept is said to be very innovative, a glance at the future. Vision EfficientDynamics will fully take advantage of BMW’s EfficientDynamics program and in a final production form, will feature a hybrid engine of some sort.

BMW Vision EfficientDynamics Concept to be unveiled this Sunday

The end of this silly speculative game is near, let’s be patient a few more days and we can finally comment on BMW’s innovation efforts.

We still have a feeling someone will break that embargo again.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=584867244 Matt Stokes

    Personally I was hoping for a concept that would preview a model that was coming up soon, this too extreme to be anything that’d ever reach production, may as well be a GiNA, M1 hommage, or Mille Miglia concept for all the good it will do!!!

    Oh well…

    • http://www.bmwblog.com Horatiu B.

      Maybe there will be one soon….I’m pretty sure that Z2 roadster is in works

  • Dan

    Looking forward to it…Always fun to see concepts, hopefully one that can make it into production

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1293096462 Ramon Juarez

      Right!!!! concepts are all about emotion and JOY!!!!!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1631237176 Vaybach Khan

    i agree with Matt,i was hoping too..and the rumor was that it will represent z2 or 3gt,maybe even m1..but as matt sad its just study like m1 hommage,gina…and its too bad cos even if its good ,the design or idea wont be incorporated with regular standard models..too bad cos every concept was great design…

  • atr_hugo

    Well anytime we look forward we see stuff that doesn’t make sense. I’m reading “Ford: The Times, the Man, the Company”, and when steam was the motive source of choice, perception of what would work was through a ‘steam’ lens. Suspect we’re guilty of that now (I know I am). The other thing to bear in mind is that we are at the front edge of new propulsion systems. There’ll be a lot of odd duck things that won’t make the cut.

    Can’t wait to see what this is.

  • viper

    this thing should be ridiculous but there is a bright side too! , this thing will never see the light of a day too!

  • Doug

    Theory about that picture: I think that’s an intricate spoiler integrating a novel tail-light design. The tail light is a “glowing” spoiler element.

    The outside loop is painted blue, and the inside is a clear polycarbonate piece conducting red light to the edge (I forget the term… the light bounces on the long edges but emits on the far perpendicular edge ones due to refraction index).

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1293096462 Ramon Juarez

      That taillight is beautiful!!! who doesn’t like that LED taillight must be crazy!!!

  • efoza

    i am fed up. l am now going to buy a Ford instead.

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