BMW didn't bring anything shocking to Geneva, but we can report that the 3-Series GT still looks much better than its predecessor, the 5-Series GT. That good. So in case you're looking for a 3-Series with a bit more space and a much larger ass, this is for you.
Of all of BMW's recent concepts, none are as daring as their pair of low emission "i" vehicles, the i8 and i3. Both those cars remain in the prototype stages, but Britain's Evo Magazine recently got to take a trip in the i8 on frozen lake in Sweden.
BMW's Vision EfficientDynamics, shown at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show, has spawned two further cars, the i8 and the i3, which are set to propel BMW into a future of glass, electricity and, yes, laser lights.
BMW's new sustainable sub-brand will be called "BMW i" and launch with the BMW i8/Vision EfficientDynamics, the smaller Megacity-based i3, and $100 million in venture capital for sustainable mobility projects. What, no iSetta?
Rumors say it'll be the BMW i8, but you know it as BMW's Vision EfficientDynamics concept. Caught in Abu Dhabi last week, it'll likely appear in production form at an upcoming auto show, along with the end-product of this shoot.