BMW Vision iNext

Sep 18, 2018

Category: Rides

BMW has a vision for the future — a future in which all technology comes integrated into your vehicle to make life easier and more efficient. This vision finds form in the BMW Vision iNext, the concept electric vehicle that promises to revolutionize your time spent on the road.

The semi-autonomous BMW Vision iNext is the latest mold-breaking model designed by BMW, billed as a “building block” for the future. At its base, the iNext is a modern BMW SAV with added size and enhanced tech. With a design formed by sophisticated, sleek contours and a Liquid Greyrose Copper exterior paint job that gradually fades from warm gold to dark rose along with blue LED accents, the exterior design complements the crisp interior of the Vision iNext. New tech adornments include super-slim headlights along with the option of two driving modes — “Boost” mode for manual control and a virtually silent driving experience, and “Ease” mode, in which the iNext drives autonomously and allows you to catch up on work, read a book, or relax and enjoy the soft ambiance of the Purus Rosé, Brown, and Beige interior. A host of other features make the iNext BMW’s flagship of the future. That future is on the horizon; the Vision iNext is promised for production by 2021.

Learn More: Here

More From Rides

Velocio Rolls Out The Ultimate High-Performance Cycling Apparel Collection

An Italian-made, race-ready ultra-high-end bib shorts & jersey combo.

Posted By Tim Huber

Partner

Kokopelli's Nirvana Is The Perfect Packraft For Backcountry Rapids

Featuring Kevlar-reinforced stress areas and 300-pound weight capacity.

Posted By Chris West

Partner
Featured Image

Cruise The Streets Of Neo Tokyo On James Qiu’s AKIRA Motorcycle Concept

Inspired by Katsuhiro Otomo’s cyberpunk epic from 1982.

Posted By

May 22, 2020

Featured Image

Nissan And Italdesign Just Unveiled Their 710HP GT-R 50 Production Model

The limited-to-50 model holds true to its proposed design.

Posted By

May 22, 2020

Featured Image

Triumph & ‘No Time To Die’ Partner On 250 James Bond Edition Scramblers

An upgraded blacked-out version of the Hinckley firm's top-shelf XE-spec.

Posted By

May 21, 2020

Featured Image

Dr. Joe’s 1979 BMW R65 Custom Is An Old-School Bavarian Bobber Masterpiece

A perfectly-proportioned boxer celebrating vintage German design language.

Posted By

May 21, 2020