2017 LA Auto Show: North American Debut for the BMW i Vision Dynamics

Auto Shows, BMW i | November 30th, 2017 by 11
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Electrification was the buzzword at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show, a trend embraced by BMW as well. The Bavarians have introduced a series of …

Electrification was the buzzword at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show, a trend embraced by BMW as well. The Bavarians have introduced a series of electrified vehicles, including a major world premiere – BMW i8 Roadster. The beautiful open-top plug-in hybrid was joined by the i3s and i3, the MINI E, X7 iPerformance and i Vision Dynamics.

The latter is a four-door coupe which will come as a standard vehicle on the road in 2021 with a range of 600 kilometers. It will also have the ability to sprint from 0 to 100 in 4.0 seconds and a top speed of over 200 km/h.

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The design of the BMW i Vision Dynamics is based on the study Vision Next 100, which was presented last year, but has already taken a major step towards the development of the standard vehicle.

The interior of the four-door hatchback sedan is intended to provide at least comfort for four occupants, the ability to drive autonomously with the help of state-of-the-art assistance systems, as well as state-of-the-art infotainment with comprehensive networking.

More information on the i Vision Dynamics are expected to be unveiled in 2018, but in the mean time, here is a photo gallery from the auto show.

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11 responses to “2017 LA Auto Show: North American Debut for the BMW i Vision Dynamics”

  1. Giom says:

    I have a feeling this car is going to do what the i8 did for sports car design, but for sedans.

  2. jason bourne says:

    This car and the hideous X7 should turn off BMW buyers in droves.

    • Johan Mo says:

      Well I love it (the iVision, not the X7 Concept) and hope it ends up close to the concept version.

    • Me says:

      They just need to tweak the “grills” on the iVision.

      As for the X7, I hated it at first but took another look. I thought about other large SUVs and they all have giant grills, regardless of brand. Then I thought what would the X7 look like with regular sized BMW grills and it wasn’t pretty. So then I looked up images of the X7 again and thought, oh yeah.. it does work. It needs to be this pompous.

      I’m still not a fan, but I don’t think it’s ugly anymore. It’s just a Fullsize SUV and no one is used to BMW making one yet.

  3. Scott Campbell says:

    It is growing on me. So many vehicles look so similar as this is a nice change!

  4. […] However, BMW does have its own design for an exciting and fast four-door electric GT, called the i Vision Dynamics. So we thought it’d be interesting to take a look at both cars and see how they compare. […]

  5. […] However, BMW does have its own design for an exciting and fast four-door electric GT, called the i Vision Dynamics. So we thought it’d be interesting to take a look at both cars and see how they […]

  6. […] However, BMW does have its own design for an exciting and fast four-door electric GT, called the i Vision Dynamics. So we thought it’d be interesting to take a look at both cars and see how they […]

  7. […] However, BMW does have its own design for an exciting and fast four-door electric GT, called the i Vision Dynamics. So we thought it’d be interesting to take a look at both cars and see how they […]

  8. […] However, BMW does have its own design for an exciting and fast four-door electric GT, called the i Vision Dynamics. So we thought it’d be interesting to take a look at both cars and see how they […]

  9. […] However, BMW does have its own design for an exciting and fast four-door electric GT, called the i Vision Dynamics. So we thought it’d be interesting to take a look at both cars and see how they […]

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