Spotted by Autogespot user Sanvr2202 in Geel, Belgium, this blacked out BMW i8 shows what a futuristic KITT vehicle could look like. Featuring plenty of custom AC Schnitzer aerodynamic parts, including front spoiler elements, side skirts and rear wing, while sitting 25 mm (0.98 in) lower to the ground at the front, and 20 mm (0.78 in) closer at the rear. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
The BMW i Vision Dynamics is an electric concept with a 373-mile range, and it aims to take on the Tesla Model 3. Official power numbers aren't known at the time, but the company claims a 0-62 in under 4-seconds, and a 120 MPH top speed. The vehicle is wrapped in flowing sheet metal with sharp, defined edges, complete with an illuminated twin-kidney grille. Small rear-facing cameras replace traditional wing mirrors, and aerodynamic wheels maximize range. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including an iPhone X parody.
Based on the BMW C Evolution, this origami-inspired creation by Krautmotors is all-electric and offers a riding range of up to 99 miles. The front end is made of folded metal, while an exposed chassis and rear wheel reveals its inner workings. This motorcycle may not be the fastest on the road, but it will definitely turn some heads. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Here's a first look at the BMW Z4 Concept ahead of its debut at Pebble Beach during Monterey Car Week. No technical specifications are known at this time, but the images and videos should provide more than enough eye candy for the time being. "The BMW Concept Z4 expresses the new BMW design language from all perspectives and in all details. From the dynamic-looking front to the striking flanks to the clean-cut tail end; a few lines and the subtle interplay between surfaces are enough to generate a sense of power and emotion," said designer Adrian van Hooydonk. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Drawing inspiration from both the M2 and i8, the BMW iM2 Concept is an all-electric sports car that strips out all the luxuries to offer "great acceleration, balance and a competitive price", said its designer David Olivares. It's also equipped with an xDrive all-wheel drive system, short front and rear overhangs and 20" wheels. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Have $745,000 and always wanted a pristine BMW M1? If so, then look no further than this specimen, with just 8,441-miles on the odometer. For those who don't know, it's the first mid-engined BMW to be mass-produced, the second is the BMW i8. It employs a twin-cam M88/1 3.5 L six-cylinder petrol engine with Kugelfischer mechanical fuel injection. The M1 coupe was hand-built between 1978 and 1981 under the motorsport division of BMW as a homologation special for sports car racing. The body was designed by Giugiaro, taking inspiration from the 1972 BMW Turbo show car. Continue reading to see it pit against the BMW i8, for more pictures and information.
ITAP transformed an old 1997 BMW into "The Phoenix, an electric car with a longer driving range than the Tesla Model S P100D for just a fraction of the cost. It comes equipped with three types of recycled batteries that total 130 kilowatts of capacity - comprised of lithium-ion 18650 cells, old laptops, and used electric car batteries - powering an electric motor, enabling it to drive for 382-miles on a full charge. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Ironwood Custom Motorcycles transformed a 1985 BMW R80, complete with its iconic mono-shock and single-side swing arm, into "The Mutant". The upgraded bike now sports a Leatherman multi-tool holder / grips, Brembo brake disks, Fehling clip ons, a Hyperpro emulsion rear shock, custom LED taillights and a custom alacantra / leather seat with matching tank strap. Continue reading for more pictures.
BMW teased their upcoming M8 at Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este, an even that took place at Lake Como in Italy, but unfortunately, the vehicle was in full camouflage. Automotive designer Aksyonov Nikita created these renders to show what the production model could look like, complete with the iconic M stripes, aggressive bumpers, revamped exhaust tips, carbon fiber side mirror caps / door handles and black wheels. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
BMW is known to reveal some interesting concepts ahead of the annual Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este show in Italy, and this year is no exception. One of their new projects is the BMW Motorrad Concept Link, a futuristic electric motorbike that comes equipped with an adaptable seat that extends for up to two passengers, a helmet storage space beneath the seat, and a head-up display that projects the instrument cluster as well as the navigation information onto a orange windscreen. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.