The BMW Vision Future Luxury made its debut at the 2014 Beijing Motor Show. It’s a car high on innovative technology, banking on pioneering lightweight engineering concepts and premium materials always valued in a flagship BMW. Going by the styling and the length of the rear doors, this is a very large car that sports efficient design as well as an advanced user interface.
The design of the Vision Future Luxury is an evolution of the look we first saw on last year’s Gran Lusso Coupe, which BMW built to mark the start of a partnership with Italian design house Pininfarina.
BMW says the Vision Future Luxury has been developed using lightweight principles originally developed for its eco-friendly BMWi range of vehicles, although the automaker doesn’t go into great detail yet.
The Vision Future Luxury features a new style of user interface that provides improved integration of BMW ConnectedDrive app-based services. The driver is surrounded by a wraparound cluster of three inter-meshing displays, creating the typical BMW driver-focused cockpit.
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