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Friday, January 13, 2023

BMW focuses on sustainability and luxury through the iVision Circular

~Go GREEN~ With so many environmental issues that continue to become a global trend todays, inevitably the world's industry players, especially the automotive industry, continue to seek new breakthroughs in production which are then raised as a solution approach to address future challenges related to this issue.
The BMW iVision Circular is a four-seat compact EV focused on sustainability and luxury, with its design using 100 percent recyclable materials, even including the battery pack. (Picture from: BMW.co.id)
Generally efforts were then made to try to use environmentally friendly recycled materials which were then processed in such a way that they could be used in the vehicle production, and coupled with the use of electric motor propulsion. This is what many automotive industry players, such as the BMW Group, have done.
The BMW iVision Circular takes a unique approach from today's BMW language featuring with the brand's kidney styled front grill design remains, headlights embedded in a series of grilles at each corner, while unique LED accents appear elsewhere on the grille. (Picture from: OtomotifKompas)
Recently, the famous German automaker introduced its newest electric concept car called the BMW iVision Circular which is made from recycled materials at the Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung (IAA) Mobility 2021. At the largest vehicle exhibition, the company has consistently shown its focus on fighting global climate change, in which sustainability and CO2 emission reduction targets as well as concrete steps and concepts to achieve these goals.
The BMW iVision Circular makes its debut at the Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung (IAA) Mobility 2021. (Picture from: BMWBlog)
As you can see, the BMW iVision Circular is a four-seat compact EV projected to launch in 2040. This car focuses on sustainability and luxury, with its design using 100 percent recyclable materials, even including the battery pack. The automaker company said that the battery made of the "recycled materials" would allow it to achieve a much higher energy density, without depleting valuable resources.
The BMW iVision Circular also featured with the windshield and roof creating a single piece that is pulled along the length of the vehicle, and the slender spoked wheels harmonize with the design of the headlights and grille. (Picture from: idMotor1)
Design-wise, the BMW iVision Circular takes a unique approach from today's BMW language. The brand's signature kidney grille remains, with headlights embedded in a series of grilles at each corner, while unique LED accents appear elsewhere on the grille. It then continues on to the windshield and roof creating a single piece that is pulled along the length of the vehicle. 
The BMW iVision Circular's interior uses a unique mix of materials and applies what BMW calls "new joining techniques". (Picture from: OtomotifKompas)
On the legs, the slender spoked wheels harmonize with the design of the headlights and grille, while the rear adopts a similar style with a single LED light bar. While its interior, as you can see the cabin of the BMW iVision Circular uses a unique mix of materials and applies what BMW calls "new joining techniques".
With the BMW i Vision Circular, the BMW Group is looking ahead to a compact BMW for the year 2040 that is focused squarely on sustainability and luxury. (Picture from: idMotor1)
For example, 3D printing on the dashboard, reduces the use of glue and creates a unique one-piece design with embedded crystal materials. Then, instead of the traditional touch screen in the center of the dashboard, the information system is located above the instrument panel at the bottom of the windshield.
BMW has applied circularity to its vehicle concept from the start when designing the BMW iVision Circular. That is why this visionary vehicle is full of innovative ideas that combine Sustainability with an innovative and inspiring design aesthetic and we call this approach Circular Design,” explains Adrian van Hooydonk, Head of BMW Group Design. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | BMW | BMW.CO.ID | BMWBLOG | ID.MOTOR1 | ]
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