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BMW M9 Rendering

Rumors | January 31st, 2013 by 17
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The idea of a new BMW supercar have been floating around for years, and we have covered the topic extensively here, here and here, and …

The idea of a new BMW supercar have been floating around for years, and we have covered the topic extensively here, here and here, and we have seen plenty of renderings, like the ones here and here.

And today, we have a new set of renderings produced by the Romanian designer Razvan Radion from Radion Design, who takes upon himself the challenge to envision what a potential BMW M9 could look like. The futuristic images build atop BMW’s iconic design elements, like the kidney grille and double-round headlamps (now more C-shaped). The car was also given the traditional long hood and short overhangs, along with a lower stance for the supercar effect.

BMW M9 Rendering

The rendered M9 can be described as a combination between a GT car and a high-performance vehicle, one that compete even at the level of a Ferrari, if properly powered.

Clearly this is just a design fantasy, but nonetheless interesting to see what the graphic designers from the BMW community can produce on their spare time.

[Source: Carbuzz]
[Foto: Razvan Radion]

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  • Paul Brun

    don’t get me wrong, the car looks nice, but it has too much of a Corvette C7 design to it….

    • mckillio

      I was going to say too much i8.

  • viper

    unlike mercedes and audi which are main rivals, bmw decided NOT to go along with the pack as far as for the supercar ‘car’. which is pretty strange considering the bmw being the ultimate driving machine it should be their main objective , to focus on a zonda like supercar and have 3 ,5 7 , x5 and X6 series but not GT or fwd……
    I’d like a honest straight answer from someone

  • Freudeking

    This is DISGUSTING!

  • gnuman05

    This is a great design…for the ’90s. Much of the design features are out dated and cliché. This screams everything but supercar.

  • MadTaffy

    Looks like a Chevy Camaro in BMW drag, awful looking thing, try using BMW’s for inspiration not an American muscle car and then stick some kidney grill on it and call it a M9

  • sammyt

    someone at bmw please set me at peace. You are about to lose half your fans /customers if you dont have a small six cylinder engine especially the upgrade of the 2.2l found in the E60 520i. in different tunes you could use it in the F10 523, 525, 528 and more important in the F30 325, 328 even the 330 with twin turbo. To call a 4 cylinder 2.0 litre, powered F30, F10 328 and 528 is daylight robery especially when it sounds like a diesel. What I am saying is, dont deprive those who want small packages of six cylinder joy whilst at the same time provide for those who only want the badge and 60mpg in the 316d. The demand will then be used to balance the production numbers. I read somewhere that you saving on block moulds by producing 2.0, 3.0, and 4.4 block units only. the truth is you need a small six between the 2.0 and 3.0 because this is the heart of your customers and remember that the best engine for bmw was ever a six. If you produce acceptable carbon emmision with the 3.0 then a 2.2 will even be better. you missing the point

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  • tarena1991

    no

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