CARS.COM — BMW has not been shy about its electric-car future, proclaiming that by 2025, the automaker will offer 25 models with an electrified driving system, of which 12 will be purely electric. One possible member of the roster is making its U.S. debut at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show: the i Vision Dynamics concept.
The four-door wears the sleek, swoopy lines of the brand’s i8 plug-in electric car, minus the absurd doors, but differentiates itself with a stylized, futuristic version of the brand’s kidney grille and slitlike alien-eye headlights.
BMW says it will offer a range of around 373 miles along with a top speed of 120 mph. Will it go from concept to production? Yes, but in what form, we’re not quite sure.
“With the BMW i Vision Dynamics, we are showcasing how we envisage future electric mobility between the i3 and i8: a dynamic and progressive four-door Gran Coupe,” BMW said in a statement.
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