Top Gear: ‘The greatest BMW concept cars’02/06/2016
Do you remember the BMW Nazca from 1991?
‘The frame and body were carbon fibre, along with light alloy components throughout to keep the kerbweight at a very, very lithe 1100kg. The Nazca’s bonnet and boot were made in one piece, and it featured a wraparound windscreen and 360-degree visibility.’
Have mentioned the BMW Concept Coupe Mille Miglia?
In 2006 the ‘BMW’s Mille Miglia concept coupe is surely how people from the 1950s imagined the future would look, and it looked good.’
No doubt you will like the BMW Vision Efficient Dynamics:
‘The VED arrived in 2009, and instantly became one of the most talked-about concepts in recent memory, not least because it was full of layers. And tech, too. […]That’s like eating lots of cake and not getting very fat. Or something. And it’s reached reality in the shape of the i8. Even better.’
Which one is your favourite?