BMW Munich concept to preview sustainable cars of 2040 Car News

BMW will underline its commitment to building sustainable vehicles with the unveiling of a radical new concept at the Munich Motor Show next week.

Previewed in an image that reveals little, except for an angular SUV-MPV silhouette, the concept “will offer a visionary vision of the potential of a circular economy and sustainable mobility”.

BMW designed the car according to the ‘rethink, reduce, reuse, recycle’ philosophy and presents it as a vision of what urban luxury cars could look like in 2040.

It is made from fully recycled and renewable raw materials and is itself “100% recyclable”.

BMW claims that “climate protection and individual mobility do not necessarily contradict each other” and suggests that the adoption of new production methods and new materials will support the concept of using the car.

Last month, sister brand Mini introduced the Strip concept as a similar take on eco-friendly automotive design. Developed in partnership with fashion designer Paul Smith, the Strip only had the materials and components completely necessary for its use as a car and replaced many of them with recycled and recyclable items.


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This notice was published: 2021-09-02 08:01:23

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