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New BMW eco vehicle teaser pic

New BMW eco vehicle teaser pic

BMW has launched another teaser picture of its approaching Vision EfficientDynamics concept, which is formally released at next month’s Frankfurt motor show.

The idea vehicle has been released to exhibit BMW’s future vision of the items a competent and sustainable sports vehicle is going to be like.

See the BMW Vision EfficientDynamics teaser shot and spy shot picture gallery

The most recent teaser image doesn’t give much away by what the vehicle may be like, however it does place in perspective yesterday’s teaser picture.

The very first teaser picture demonstrated the passenger side rear quarter panel area having a flowing blue spoiler along with a red Brought rear light. The most recent image shows the driver’s side quarter panel while viewing in the side.

The entire unveil is anticipated to occur on 30 August. Shrouded spy photos purporting to become from the concept were clicked earlier this year and are visible in our picture gallery. However, BMW insists they reveal a classic design study and aren’t associated with the Frankfurt concept.

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    September 20, 2016 at 9:28 am

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  • Foxigon
    September 20, 2016 at 9:28 am

    If they’re going to make Amiibos a core aspect of full-price games moving forward, I’m not going to be happy.

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