An image anticipates the car that will be unveiled at the Munich show. The vehicle adopts the concepts of reuse and recycling
An infinite and very inclined windshield, extremely small overhangs, large glass surfaces. This is what can be guessed from the photo made public by BMW about the i Vision Circular concept that will be unveiled at the Munich show (7-12 September). It is a show car, and not a prototype that will go into production, which however contains several concepts that the Bavarian house will then decline not only on the models that will arrive on the street but also on the management of the car group.
circular economy at the center
At the heart of the concept that gave life to this car is the circular economy. That is, rethink, reduce, reuse and recycle. All concepts that can be applied to a luxury and sustainable urban car of 2040, says BMW. The concept is built 100% with already processed materials (therefore without further exploitation of the planet’s natural resources) or renewable raw materials and is 100% recyclable.
“This car – explains a BMW press release – demonstrates that climate protection and individual mobility do not necessarily contradict each other. On the contrary, it shows that by using new technologies and innovation, the BMW group can meet the requirements for greater sustainability without customers having to give up individual mobility “. Among the environmental objectives of the group are the reduction of CO2 emissions and the construction of ten million electric vehicles in 10 years as well as the focus on the circular economy as summarized in the concept that will be unveiled in Munich.
September 3, 2021 (change September 3, 2021 | 22:15)
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