BMW presents the project for the supercar of the future. Electric, connected and sporty, these are the features of Vision M Next.

BMW's electric future runs fast. The announcement comes directly from Munich, where at a conference, the company confirmed that by 2023 the range of hybrid and electric car models will reach a total of 25.

The goal is to have a share of electric cars of 30% of the total number of cars sold already by 2025. Among the models that will be added to the BMW range, an interesting novelty is represented by the Vision M Next.

Electric, connected and sporty, these are the elements that characterize and identify the prototype: a hybrid power train made up of an electric motor for each axle that works together with a four-cylinder petrol engine that supplies traction to the rear wheels.

The promised performances are very respectable, given that the total power is 600 Hp . The values ​​indicated suggest a 0-100 km / h in less than three seconds and a maximum speed of 300 km / h.

Taking advantage of the only electricity produced by the batteries, the Vision M Next would be able to travel up to 100 km on a single charge.

The interiors impress with boldness and creativity, anticipating visions and trends that at the moment represent little more than suggestions.

The interiors are finished with memory materials and the environment is enriched with elements in anodized titanium and synthetic fibers that create an effect similar to leather.



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