BMW i Vision is a car to be reckoned with. When you look at how electric vehicles develop over the past several decades, you see a shift of focus. It’s not about kicking all internal combustion engines off the market. It’s about making electric ones just as popular. They require, however, sustainable drivetrains while also appearing to be hip and fashionable. The BMW i Vision is a sight for sore eyes. We’re talking about a new car that will allow any driver to not only erase the carbon composure! They saw it uses inspiration from Design Innovator Colin Chapman. And therefore made the intentions knowing that they wanted to reduce the amount of carbon that would be ordinarily be producing from a vehicle concept so high…Concept.
The fascinating thing is that i Vision Circular has a very cool crystal-like interface that comes right out of the dashboard in some marvelous means of user-friendly integration. The automaker company also looks to reduce carbon emissions by about 40 percent.
BMW i Vision Cab-Forward Integrity
The proportions of the BMW i Vision Circular show that it maintains cab-forward integrity. Hence the share windshield right on down to the huge kidney grille. Different than the usual teeth you would see on a BMW but it never lacks class. But wait until you hear this: the bodywork is anodizing. Anodization is an electrochemical process that changes the metal surface into a durable, corrosion-resistant, anodic oxide fancy finish.
BMW i Vision is all Recyclable
This shouldn’t come as a surprise, as the BMW i Vision Circular Concept is practically all-recyclable. The vehicle utilizes a solid-state battery while also incorporating recycled elements. This also comes upholstered in recyclable PET. Meanwhile, the steering wheel itself is totally 3D-Printing.
If this car actually gets made, BMW is going to be miles ahead of the competition for sure.