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Saturday, October 15, 2016

BMW Motorrad glances to the figure of the future motorcycle

In the year of 2016 is a milestone of the BMW Group's existence in the world for over 100 years, as part of the celebrations of the 100th anniversary, the German automotive company introduce a series of their future products.

Previously, the 'crazy' concept of BMW has been applied to the Rolls Royce and Mini, at once also as a vision of the German vehicles in the future. This time, before the end of the year, they introduced also the future motorcycle named 'BMW Motorrad Vision Next 100.'
BMW Motorrad Vision Next 100. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1en1Gz)
"Normally when we design a motorcycle, we think five to ten years into the future. But for this model, we seem to think further ahead, in delivering exciting driving experience," said Edgar Heinrich, Head of Design of BMW Motorrad, as quoted from Autoblog on Wednesday, October 12, 2016.
Front three quarter of BMW Motorrad Vision Next 100. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1en1Gz)
"The Next Vision 100 is a motorcycle model embodies the vision of the BMW Group to link the analog driving experience with the digital age. Motorcycles was a story about escaping from monotonous daily life," said Heinrich furthermore.
Rear side view of BMW Motorrad Vision Next 100. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1en1Gz)
The Next Vision 100 has a variety of advanced features such as self-balancing, flexible frames, electric powered, the tire tread can be adjusted to the rider's desired and needed, could be hot and cold. In conjunction with the active assistance systems, these connected elements help keep riders of the Vision Next 100 in complete control of their ride.
As well as anticipating what lies ahead and alerting the user when action is needed, they offer active rider protection and will consign the helmets and body protectors of today to the history books. "The BMW Motorrad Vision Next 100 is the perfect blend of human and machine," said Heinrich as closing. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MOTORCYCLEDAILY | AUTOBLOG]
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