BMW reveals a new film of the BMW VISION NEXT 100 Concept

Concepts, Videos | August 30th, 2016 by 3
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BMW continues to promote its future autonomous driving car by releasing a new short film. The new trailer highlights the exciting features of the BMW …

BMW continues to promote its future autonomous driving car by releasing a new short film. The new trailer highlights the exciting features of the BMW VISION NEXT 100, the futuristic concept which was unveiled earlier this summer and which will serve as inspiration for BMW’s iNEXT project.

In developing the BMW VISION NEXT 100, the main objective was to create not an anonymous vehicle but one that is highly personalized and fully geared to meet the driver’s every need. For the BMW VISION NEXT 100, the design team specifically took into account all the trends and technological developments that will be most relevant to BMW in the decades ahead. But they also took many of their cues from innovations and designs of the past.

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BMW says that in the years ahead, the driver’s well-being will become increasingly important, and rather than merely feeling they are in a machine that drives itself, they should sense that they are sitting in one that was specifically designed for them.

A very important element of the Vision Vehicle – and highlighted in the video below – is another innovation known as Alive Geometry, the likes of which have never before been seen in a car. It consists of a kind of three-dimensional sculpture that works both inside and outside the vehicle. Alive Geometry consists of almost 800 moving triangles which are set into the instrument panel and into certain areas of the side panels. They work in three dimensions, communicating very directly with the driver through their movements, which are more like gestures than two-dimensional depictions on a display. Even the slightest peripheral movement is perceptible to the driver. In combination with the Head-Up display, Alive Geometry uniquely fuses the analogue with the digital.

Click below for the new video:

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