How do you like this electric car from BMW?July 7, 2020
The artist presented a modern vision of the first electric car of the Bavarian automaker – BMW 1602 Elektro-Antrieb.
As part of his recently published render, foreign artist David Obendorfer presented what the first Bavarian premium brand electric car would look like today. The debut of the BMW 1602 Elektro-Antrieb took place at the 1972 Olympic Games in the German city of Munich.
The most important thing that David Obendorfer did was to preserve the original “spirit” of the very first BMW electric car. His creation, the artist called 02 Reminiscence. It is worth noting. that despite the fact that two-door sedans are a thing of the past, this square body shape proposed by the artist looks pretty good.
In addition to painting only the exterior of the car, David worked on the interior of his BMW concept car with zero emissions.
Repeating the simple lines of the exterior of the original car, the interior is made in a minimalist style, since the number of physical controls has been reduced to a minimum.
The virtual version 1602 of the Elektro-Antrieb in its modern form will undoubtedly be a slightly more technological car than its distant ancestor. The original 1972 concept had only one electric motor with 43 horsepower, and all the torque was directed to the rear wheels. The Varta battery pack had a capacity of 12.6 kWh and weighed 350 kilograms. She had enough capacity so that the car could drive 30 kilometers.
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