BMW Vision Future Luxury Concept – Photos from Villa d’Este

Concepts | May 25th, 2014 by 9
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BMW’s latest concept, the BMW Vision Future Luxury, goes to Villa d’Este for the annual Concourse d’Elegance. Considered a preview of future models, including the …

BMW’s latest concept, the BMW Vision Future Luxury, goes to Villa d’Este for the annual Concourse d’Elegance.

Considered a preview of future models, including the new G11/G12 7 Series, the Vision Future Luxury Concept stands for a forward- looking fusion of exclusivity and innovation, for a driving experience that is at once emotional and exclusive.

Built one an one-off platform, the concepts reveals an outstanding exterior and interior design, along with innovative technology, lightweight engineering and a seamlessly integrated user interface and driving experience.

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BMW Vision Future Luxury offers front passengers their own Passenger Information Display. This display is connected to the Driver Information Display via a touch-sensitive panel, where information can be exchanged between driver and front passenger using swiping movements.

The car is painted in Liquid Platinum Bronze color, a first for a BMW vehicle.

For the first time on a BMW the rear lighting is provided by organic LEDs, paving the way for a completely new treatment of the typical BMW L-shaped lights. The BMW Vision Future Luxury’s L-shaped rear lights comprise a large number of small, likewise L-shaped OLEDs.

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To learn more about the BMW Vision Future Luxury Concept, click here.

Here is a live photo gallery from Lake Como.

[Source: Hyyperlic.com]

9 responses to “BMW Vision Future Luxury Concept – Photos from Villa d’Este”

  1. CDspeed says:

    This is such a beautiful car, I wasn’t sure about the big kidney grills at first but I have come to like them. And actually I really see the grill now as a bold statement which I think is a good thing for BMW. Between this and the i8, BMW’s styling is going to be very interesting over the next few years.

  2. drretired says:

    Should I assume the flashing lights, front & rear, were intentional ?? I hope so, but it certainly appeared to bean electrical issue, which should not be, at least until the warranty is up !!

    • CDspeed says:

      LED lights do that for some reason when you shoot video, there’s nothing wrong with the car. You don’t see it standing there.

  3. drretired says:

    Stunning vehicle, exterior,interior, absolutely beautiful……

  4. Borce Kiroski says:

    Too much Peugeot style from the rear.

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