BMW M3 Concept Car For The Year 2050 by Daniel NikonchikThe vehicle here is a BMW concept cars. The designer, Daniel Nikonchik, imagines an elegant BMW M3 concept car for the year 2050 that appeals to all individuals who’d buy a super car purely for the status. The BMW M3 is fitted with new features and innovations that will surely appeal to all car lovers. This vehicle is a BMW concept imagined for the year 2050.
BMW M3 Concept Car For The Year 2050 by Daniel NikonchikDesigner Daniel Nikonchik has designed BMW M3 concept supercar for 2050 that would enhance ownership status and be equally environmentally friendly too. Daniel Nikonchik’s BMW M3 Concept Car For The Year 2050 by Daniel Nikonchik is not only elegant but also technically advanced.
Other than the new for BMW M3 concept innovations such as Nano Paint, fiber optic door jams, fully down loadable interiors, the BMW concept features millions of nano sized cameras incorporated with the exterior paint, allowing the occupant see through the body panels even though there is no transplant windows. The data from the cameras is then sent to depth-perceiving high definition displays made possible by the millions of cameras on the exterior to provide stereoscopic camera angles. This allows for new continuous ideas in body shapes without having to account for the traditional greenhouse as well as night vision capabilities and the ability to zoom in on road signs not yet in viewing distance.
The BMW M3 features high torque electric motors powered by hydrogen power cells and engine’s only by product is pure H2O. The interior is additionally equipped with advanced features such as digital touch screen displays, moving gauges and controls to more convenient locations. The individual will also have the ability to log onto the companies’ website to download (similar to downloading an app for a smart phone) different interior packages for a small price.
The rear wheel drive vehicle is designed to open like a flower which will add more to the status of the owner while getting out of the vehicle. While getting in the car, it does exactly the opposite. Once the owner is in, vehicle folds back down, then “seals” itself back together.
BMW M3 Concept Car For The Year 2050 by Daniel Nikonchik