Vision Automobile of Tomorrow – The BMW Motorrad VISION NEXT 100 穿梭未来动力

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Whet your appetite by feasting on BMW’s most recent prototype – a visual manifestation of an automobile that is of glass instead of a helmet, light clothing materials and balances itself without a stand. BMW is leading the automobile business into the future creating with the objective of the driver’s safety and incorporating digital aspects to achieve balance, interactive data glasses and safety.

The German automaker unveiled this design at its Motorrad Vision Next 100 as its 100th anniversary celebrations.

“The motorcycle provides my escape from everyday life. From the moment I climb on board, I experience nothing but absolute freedom – The Great Escape,”

says Edgar Heinrich, head of design at BMW Motorrad.

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Stability even at a complete stop, the zero-emission bike has wheels that stand upright will also allow riders to ride helmet-free. Although this idea may seem like a fantasy for now, the future of safety on the road continues to be one of the many factors transportation companies considers without compromising fashionable design.

The intelligence systems of this piece of innovation provide a dream into the future that is arriving sooner that we’ve imagined.

Enjoy the ride!

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宝马打造超前独创—以自动驾驶为终极体现的概念电单车,采用玻璃而非头盔,轻盈革新材质服饰和自动平衡无需支架的车身。在汽车行业领先未来的宝马,以驾驶员安全舒适性为中心,结合数字化科技实现平衡,并以具备互动数据的智能眼镜作为视野监测。

为了配合100周年庆典,这家老牌德国汽车制造商推出Motorrad Vision Next 100。

强调在完全停止状态下,这个无燃料零排放的电单车依然可保持平衡直立,而且可无头盔骑行。纵然这个概念现在看来相当奇幻,为了不在时尚设计上妥协,未来道路安全仍然是交通工业公司考虑的命题之一。

创新的人工智能系统为未来营造梦想,这一天的到来也快速得超乎我们想象。

请尽情享受飞驰!

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