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Saturday, December 8, 2018

BMW Vision iNext concept

As we all know that today is an era where technological sophistication is always a reference for the progress of the age. And on today it was also seen where the electric power has become the first choice to become the driving force of future vehicles.
BMW's new electric powered SUV concept named Vision iNext exhibited at the 2018 LA Auto Show. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2PcFB8F)
This also led to many automotive manufacturers in the world competing to display the figure of a future vehicle in which various advanced technologies were embedded and driven by electricity. 
Front view of BMW's new electric powered SUV concept named Vision iNext exhibited at the 2018 LA Auto Show. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2QazZRE)
And BMW also doesn't want to be left behind in developing the future car. The German car manufacturer has produced many future car concepts and recently they show off the latest concept car figure from BMW's 'Future of Personal Mobility' named BMW Vision iNext.
Rear left side view of BMW's new electric powered SUV concept named Vision iNext with its suicide door types opened exhibited at the 2018 LA Auto Show. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2QazZRE)
And the LA Auto Show 2018 visitors are those who were lucky due to have the opportunity to witness for the first time the figure of BMW Vision iNext, a BMW's new electric SUV concept which had been pinned autonomous features and it is estimated its version production will launch in 2021.
Dashboard view of BMW's new electric powered SUV concept named Vision iNext exhibited at the 2018 LA Auto Show. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2QazZRE)
When viewed at glance, the vehicle concept is similar to the figure of the existing BMW X5 today, but the German auto company claims if the Vision iNext has a wider interior, thanks to the EV-specific architecture is packaged superiorly.

This car uses electric powertrain complete with front and rear driving motors. BMW said that the Vision iNext can accelerate from rest to speeds of 100 km/h in just 4 seconds and can be driven as far as 611 km.
Rear right view of BMW's new electric powered SUV concept named Vision iNext exhibited at the 2018 LA Auto Show. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2QazZRE)
And the main highlight of the latest BMW concept car is the front grille which actually the panel for storing its autonomous system sensors. This car also has a minimalist interior design, that blend the wood, fabric and metal with a digital display. The front seat is divided into a table style console, while the rear seat can hold up to four passengers.

There are two driving modes available, namely Boost that will spoil you while driving alone. While Ease will provide convenience for you when driving long distances, because in this mode the Vision iNext can drive without the driver.
Indeed, currently the Vision iNext is only a concept car, but in the year of 2021, BMW plans to produce this car in a lighter version at the BMW Plant Dingolfing. Let's just wait. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | BMW | NEWATLAS | MOTORTREND]
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