BMW introduced the Vision M Next supercar for 600 hpJune 25, 2019
According to representatives of the Bavarian brand, the new supercar is designed to demonstrate the further development of all future models of the sports brand BMW M. The car received a carbon body and a 600-horsepower engine.
A couple of hours ago, the guys from the Bavarian brand BMW presented a new supercar Vision M Next. It is reported that while the car is shown in the status of a conceptual coupe, but after a couple of years, a new model will be created on its basis.
The car received a carbon body coupe type, which has a two-tone color – matte silver and matte neon orange. In different colors and painted wheels. But the false radiator grille has its proprietary form – aggressive “nostrils”. The 600-strong coupe also boasts gull-wing doors, fully LED optics, as well as special rear doors on which the desired design can be reproduced.
Representatives of the company separately noted that when creating this concept, they were guided by five main “pillars” – these are design, autopilot functions, machine interaction with other road participants, electrification and a long list of safety technologies.
Under the hood of the concept is a hybrid engine, which consists of two electric motors – they are located on the rear axle, as well as a 2.0-liter gasoline engine. It is known that when activating the technology of a short-term increase in power, the power plant can accelerate the car to the first 100 kmh in three seconds. Maximum speed is electronically limited to 300 km / h. When choosing a fully electric mode, the concept will be able to drive 100 km.
Vision M Next has received a lot of modern driver assistance systems, as well as some autonomous control functions.
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