BMW Vision Future Luxury Concept

Apr 22, 2014

Category: Rides

BMW has busted out its crystal ball, looking into the future of its next generation 7-Series sedan, and the future looks good. Unveiled just a few days ago in Beijing, the BMW Vision Future Luxury Concept promises to take interior luxury to new levels.

It starts with the clamshell doors which open up to a tech-packed cabin, including an instrument panel that consists of three integrated displays that wrap around the driver. A heads up display shows upcoming traffic hazards, local speed limits, and other pertinent bits of info. Backseat passengers will be too content to critique the driver’s efforts, what with retractable tables and an infotainment screen, while the deep-pile silk carpeting, layered wood, and aniline leather round out the interior’s overall awesomeness. The exterior plays it a little more modestly, though with plenty of carbon fiber and headlights that use laser technology, no one will be complaining.

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