Rendering artist Giom Mouton is back again with some new, futuristic computer generated images of what a BMW hypercar could look like.

Mouton says that with his new creation the focus on the aerodynamics and the use of lightweight materials. The 3D images show a channel leading air past the back wheels and out the rear through ducting to eliminate turbulence. The front-end takes design cues from the BMW i8, but also from other supercars on the market. The hood features functional air vents to help cooling the V10 naturally-aspirated engine which is assisted by two electric motors for an all-wheel drive setup.

In the back, the twin taillpipes typical to BMW M cars and supercars in general are present also, as well as the L-shaped taillights specific to BMW design.


The front fascia stands out with oversized air intakes which help guide the air through the wheels and air ducts in the rear.

A BMW hypercar would take on the likes of McLaren P1 or the new Ferrari LaFerrari hybrid, two cars regarded as some of the best in their class.


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