The Next 100

“Even though the future seems far away, it is actually beginning right now.” -Mattie Stepanek
This weekend BMW held a very special 4-day event, presenting each of their fascinating Next 100 Concepts at the Santa Monica Airport. Since BMW was offering test drives, we took the opportunity to test drive the BMW i8, and we’ll have a full review for it shortly.
For now, let’s get up close and personal with the BMW Vision Next 100 Concepts:
The BMW Vision Next 100

“Our goal was to create a very personal vehicle. There will always be that highly emotional Connection between a BMW and its driver.”

-Karim Habib
Head of BMW Automobile Design

The flagship concept vehicle, the BMW Vision Next 100 Concept features active body geometry, the ability to drive itself and seating configurations based on the driving mode.
The Rolls-Royce Vision Next 100

“With the Rolls-Royce VISION NEXT 100 we were very mindful not to dwell on the past. We wanted to be as innovative as possible and at the same time transcend the design history of the brand.”

-Giles Taylor
Design Director Rolls-Royce Motor Cars

This sleek blade-cube shaped concept features some very luxurious high-concept fashion styling and silhouette that is elegant, bold, and signature Rolls-Royce.
The BMW Motorrad Vision Next 100

“The BMW Motorrad VISION NEXT 100 is the essence of motorcycling and a symbol of the ultimate riding experience of the future.”

-Adrian van Hooydonk
Senior Vice President BMW Group Design

This sleek self-balancing motorcycle is design to ensure future riders won’t need any safety gear with it’s integrated head-ups visor, dynamic control systems and the ability to remain upright via internal gyroscopes.

The Mini Vision Next 100

“MINI stands for clever urban mobility that engages all the senses. In the future, that might no longer mean owning your own car.”

-Adrian van Hooydonk
Senior Vice President BMW Group Design

This compact and minimalist design features bench seating, ambient mood lighting, and steam-punk inspired styling.
Enjoy our gallery of pictures and look for our full BMW i8 review shortly!

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