BMW unveiled the iVision Circular concept and electric car at the IAA Munich show. This car is made using a 3D printer and recycled materials and is an imaginary image from 2040.
Bmw iVision Circular
This year, BMW has exhibited several cars at the IAA in Munich. We’ve seen some of these cars before, such as the iX electric chassis, i4 sedan, as well as a new concept model called the hydrogen iX5; But alongside electric cars and prototypes of Beaumont hydrogen products, the i Vision Circular concept is in the spotlight for visitors to the Munich Motor Show and is beautiful.
The BMW iVision Circular Concept is a four-seater, compact and imaginative four-seater car from 2040 with a focus on durability and luxury, with 100% recyclable materials in its design, including a battery pack. The BMW recharges the battery using materials from the recycling cycle, and says that in this battery, without consuming valuable resources, a lot of dense energy can be achieved.
The concept of iVision Circular has a unique approach to the current language of BMW products. The famous BMW windshield can still be seen in this car and the headlights are located in the corner of the windshield and we see the use of LED lamps in different parts of the windshield to decorate it uniquely. The windshield and roof form a single piece of glass that extends along the length of the vehicle. Their narrow wheels and blades are in line with the headlights and windshield, and the rear has a similar design to the rest of the car due to the use of LED bulbs.
In the cabin we see a mixture of unique materials and the Bmw and in this part uses a method called new connection techniques, for example, the dashboard is produced with the help of a 3D printer, and this action will reduce the use of glue and a unique combination with Will create crystalline material. Also, instead of the traditional displays in the center of the dashboard, information is displayed at the top of the dashboard toolbar and at the bottom of the windshield.
There are four comfortable and special seats inside the cabin. BMW has made these light purple seats using recycled plastics, and has placed all four of these seats in an aluminum and gold frame, and even made the steering wheel using a special wooden round and a 3D printer.
The concept of circular iVision will not be produced, at least not soon, and we may see something similar in 2040; But BMW is expected to use some of its own unique recycling techniques to build future models.