BMW Releases Spec Shots of New Museum

BMW released imagery of what its museum will look like after a three-year refurbishment is complete a year from now. The 30-year-old complex in Munich is being extended to encompass more than 16,000 square feet and, according to the company, feature "all the important aero-engines, motorcycles and cars of the BMW brand." The interior space will get an avant-garde ramp system that appears to float, along with with interlinking paths to the exhibition areas. The architecture is designed as an urban traffic complex comprising streets, buildings, squares and bridges. No word on whether it'll have iDrive. [Click through for more pics.]

BMW Releases Spec Shots of New Museum

BMW Releases Spec Shots of New Museum

BMW Releases Spec Shots of New Museum

BMW Releases Spec Shots of New Museum

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