BMW Vision INTERIOR Review New BMW Self Driving Car World Premiere BMW Vision NEXT 100 2016 CARJAM

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BMW VISION NEXT 100: A vehicle for future mobility. BMW Self Driving Car
From driver to “Ultimate Driver” – through digital intelligence.
“Alive Geometry” enables intuitive driver-vehicle interaction.
“Boost” and “Ease” driving modes enable driver- or vehicle-controlled operation.
“Companion”: The intelligent digital partner connects driver and car.
Trademark BMW exterior.
BMW Self Driving Car Materials of the future.
From driver to Ultimate Driver – BMW Self Driving Car through digital intelligence.

In the future, BMW Vision INTERIOR drivers will still want to spend most of the time they are in their car at the wheel. In the BMW Vision NEXT 100 INTERIOR BMW Self Driving Car, the driver will remain firmly in the focus, with constant connectivity, digital intelligence and state-of-the-art technologies in the BMW Vision INTERIOR available for support. But that’s not all: the BMW VISION NEXT 100 will turn the driver into the Ultimate Driver. So even though the world may well be changing, Sheer Driving Pleasure is here to stay in the comfort of BMW Vision INTERIOR – and will be more intense than ever before even in the BMW Self Driving Car interior.
In designing the BMW VISION NEXT 100, the starting point was the interior of the BMW Self Driving Car. In the years ahead, the driver’s wellbeing will become increasingly important, and rather than merely feeling they are in a machine that drives itself, they should sense that they are sitting in one that was specifically designed for them. This idea gave rise to an architecture in which the BMW Self Driving Car cab seems particularly spacious compared with the overall size of the vehicle while retaining the typical exterior lines of a BMW. Despite its domed BMW Self Driving Car interior, the BMW VISION NEXT 100 retains the instantly recognisable athletic silhouette of a BMW saloon.

The design of the BMW Self Driving Car interior permits various modes of operation: Boost mode, in which the driver is at the controls, and Ease mode, in which the driver can sit back and let the BMW Self Driving Car take over. In Ease, the BMW Self Driving Car becomes a place of retreat with plenty of space, agreeable lighting and a comfortable atmosphere. In Boost, the driver takes over and benefits from the subtle and intuitive support offered by the vehicle. All the time, the BMW Self Driving Car is learning more and more about the person at the wheel, thanks to its sensory and digital intelligence, which the BMW Group calls the Companion. The BMW Self Driving Car Companion progressively learns to offer the right kind of support to transform the driver into the Ultimate Driver.
A very important element of the Vision BMW Self Driving Car is another innovation known as Alive Geometry, the likes of which have never before been seen in a car. It consists of a kind of three-dimensional sculpture that works both inside and outside the vehicle.
An autonomous car, also known as a driverless car, self-driving car and robotic car, is an automated or autonomous vehicle capable of fulfilling the main transportation capabilities of a traditional car. As an autonomous vehicle / Self Driving Car, it is capable of sensing its environment and navigating without human input. Robotic cars exist mainly as prototypes and demonstration systems.

Self Driving Cars / Autonomous vehicles sense their surroundings with such techniques as radar, lidar, GPS, and computer vision. Advanced control systems interpret sensory information to identify appropriate navigation paths, as well as obstacles and relevant signage.[6][7] By definition, autonomous vehicles are capable of updating their maps based on sensory input, allowing the vehicles to keep track of their position.

Some demonstrative systems, precursory to autonomous cars, date back to the 1920s and 30s. The first self-sufficient (and therefore, truly autonomous) cars appeared in the 1980s, with Carnegie Mellon University’s Navlab and ALV projects in 1984 and Mercedes-Benz and Bundeswehr University Munich’s EUREKA Prometheus Project in 1987. Since then, numerous major companies and research organizations have developed working prototype autonomous vehicles.
Bosch can supply all the required components for autonomous vehicles

Bosch already provides high-performance assistance systems, including Adaptive Cruise Control and Predictive Emergency Braking System. BMW Vision Future Luxury / BMW Vision Next 100 / BMW vision future luxury concept car / BMW vision Gran Turismo / BMW vision concept


Tanishk Tomar says:

the wheels were not touching the groud

Isaac Splinker says:

This makes look the I8 like a toy lol

Lee Johnson says:

A Christian wanted a BMW Car, the most expensive BMW Car. So the Christian Prayed and Asked God to send him,  a Free BMW Car, the Most Expensive BMW Car. The Next Morning the BMW dealer knocked on the Christian’s Door and said, “God Purchased a BMW Car, for you, the most Expensive BMW. There the BMW Car is in your drive way. Enjoy. The Christian lived happily ever after.

the great ks says:

if things like these aren’t affordable then we can kiss this good bye

ibhaaj aeraj says:

1. not real
2. if it was real probably bill gates wouldnt even be able to buy it

DanT says:

I duno why but I love it.. maybe make it all black with gold flakes n id be happy

Nordic Volkans says:

The Ultimate Death Machine

Global REI Delta 1 says:

so dopeeeeeee make that shit flyyyyyyyyyy my niggaaaa

Elvis A P Mark Dawson says:

Elvis is in the house I think BMW has put it put out a beautiful car I like the gold-colored vehicle I would like to know one thing how the heck is going to change the tire if it’s enclosed sincere TCB Elvis Presley

Rana Saha says:

Ok good

David R says:

These days people walk around with there head stuck in there phone and don’t watch where there going just walk across the road with out looking hoping a BMW going to stop for them …………

Лубомир Фенык says:

this that demolition man type shit lol

tinginys89 says:

so how the fuck i supposed to clean those wheels?

Rohit Damana says:

briliant work sir

MrDannyq1 says:

Is this car real

Jorden Chambliss says:

This car would be horrible going over bumps and stuff, because look at the wheels, they have an outer cover

master cobra says:

Hopefully this one wont have a shitty interior like the new bmw’s

Alec olte4 says:

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Julian Cannon says:

if there is a HUD in the car that would be awesome but the driving sequences look really fakd


Great video) like

Silvio Monaco says:

sarà anche spettacolare,ma dov’è il piacere di guida?

Heantheanchhi Theanchhi says:

1 man

Mukesh Dabgar says:

Dup Okigu

Bru says:

better avoid bumps and potholes sitting that low.

Ferris Hafizi says:

Royce is way better than this ugly BMW!

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