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DontBlogAboutThis: New Teaser Photos BMW Vision Concept

Vision EfficientDynamics | September 29th, 2010 by 10
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In less than 24 hours, BMW will unveil, or better said, unveil again, the Vision EfficientDynamics vehicle. Introduced at the Frankfurt Motor Show as a …

In less than 24 hours, BMW will unveil, or better said, unveil again, the Vision EfficientDynamics vehicle. Introduced at the Frankfurt Motor Show as a concept study, the Vision ED has evolves into a production ready vehicle with a fully functional and tested drivetrain.

While we don’t anticipate seeing the car at the Paris Motor Show, we expect full details, photos, videos and even reviews to hit the web on Thursday, September 30th. Most likely an extensive press release will tell us there is to know about the car.

Today, the now famous DontBlogAboutThis marketing campaign gives us more teaser photos, this time, the beautiful lights seen on the VED Concept.

DontBlogAboutThis: New Teaser Photos BMW Vision Concept

  • paul

    holly shit look at that panel gap on the engine cover. Is that aerodynamic or just poor manufacture ?

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000477069969 Hugo Becker

      Panels by Saturn? ; -)

      • Laszlo

        no, its typical BMW. Look at the current 6 series gaps. BMW has been really lazy, the gaps are wide and the paints are horrible. Orange skin and thin, easy to chip.
        Audi/VW gaps are the smallest in the industry, about 40% less then an average BMW.
        So this gap is pretty normal for a BMW concept, the production version will be better but not much better.

        • Wendelin

          Well, I think it is just a design future, that by loking at the car as a whole, will give the feeling of a car of low weight. Lot of air between the surfaces, like the space between summer clouds….

        • paul

          that sure explains a lot…every time i look at the current 3 ser coup or the new X3 i think the engine cover isnt closed properly LOL

        • viper

          There is nonsense, and there is Laszlo nonsense, an extreme capable by a rare and determined type of fool.

    • nathan

      The excessive panel gap is to allow the thermoplastic or sheet-molding-compound (SMC), or whatever they have come up with, fender to expand in the heat and not rub on the hood/bonnet.

  • T

    Fools…. It is an aspect of the design direction known as Layer design. It is not a production car it is still a Concept so the body is not welded together it remains like the Concept car- applied in Layers.

  • MyButtYoFace

    Laszlo, your dumb ass can’t be serious ….
    Please tell me you’re kidding.

    • paul

      i actually think he might have a point here…just take a look at the panel gaps on the engine cover in the current 3 ser coup, or the 7 ser, or the side gap on the Z4, etc.

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