BMW Vision ConnectedDrive Roadster Concept Revealed Ahead Of Geneva Debut

BMW has unveiled their latest concept dubbed Vision ConnectedDrive. The open top two-seater study showcases innovative driver assistance systems and mobility networking systems, along with a unique and bold exterior design.

As with most futuristic concepts, it features an all-electric powertrain. No specs have been revealed yet, but as we are talking about a concept it does not matter much, all it needs is to be able to roll to the show floor and back.

Surely an interesting concept that we look forward to seeing live at the Geneva Motor Show next month.

For more details see the press release after images.

PRESS RELEASE (click to expand)


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