The success behind renowned organizations is it is never satisfied with the current success and keeps pushing through new borders. This can be applied to the world of cars as well. Car makers never cease trying their hands at new technologies for their new models.
The auto industry has just recently been spinning around the revelation of its all-new BMW Z4 2018, a true blockbuster in the car markets but the German car brand is already heading for another automotive wonder that will arrive in 2021.
The carmaker collaborated with Lufthansa Cargo to introduce the BMW Vision iNext on four destinations
The plug-in iNext is capable of a 373-mile riding range on a single charge
We are referring to the BMW Vision iNext SUV which was just revealed in a concept version. Right at its first introduction to the public, it was something special. It didn’t make its debut at a design studio or an auto show, but inside a Lufthansa Boeing 777F, a cargo plane residing at the Kennedy Airport in New York.
The carmaker collaborated with Lufthansa Cargo to introduce the BMW Vision iNext in four destinations including Beijing, San Francisco, New York, and Munich to more than three hundreds international journalists.
Its front grille is home to plenteous sensors
Video: BMW Vision iNEXT Full Electric
The SUV brings out its best techs even to its exterior part. It is the huge front grille that populates plenteous sensors. Next, there are touch-sensitive suicide doors and a large panoramic roof that introduces light to the interior. Noticeably, the side mirrors are replaced by cameras.
From the inside, the entire interior breathes the air of wood with illuminated glass while the steering wheel is designed to be collapsible into the dashboard in inactive times.
Its "Shy tech" is home to concealed user interfaces underneath fabrics
The all-electric SUV can accelerate from rest to 60mph in less than 4 seconds
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BMW is proud to bring in its “Shy tech” in the new model. It is home to concealed user interfaces underneath fabrics and will only be operable and visible as the passengers or driver need it, so all you can do inside the SUV is just tap, spell, draw or swipe to deliver commands.
The rear seats house touch sensors underneath so that rear occupants are able to control the music volume.
The plug-in iNext is capable of a 373-mile riding range on a single charge and accelerating from rest to 60mph in less than 4 seconds.
The steering wheel is designed to be collapsible into the dashboard in inactive times
The German brand hatched a plan to bring the BMW Vision iNext in 2021
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