This Vehicle design is a project of Seungmo Lim who received master’s degree in German Pforzheim University. Dubbed BMW AiricAirin, the vehicle was designed while keeping in mind the fact that everything will go digital in future.

This lightweight sporty roadster concept has the back of a truck which many may think is created by stamping of steel sheet, but it’s not this way. And a hole in the rear of the car between the driver and passenger has a rotor cocooned that turns the air flow which sucks in a diffuser, producing additional energy to assist the engine.

The creation of BMW AiricAirin’s body took Seungmo three weeks and this model comes out in its present from while carving 59 parts that were collected and refined within a period of five weeks. On the other, the vehicle has eleven different colors and textures and laying of a 40 meters of metal wore with a diameter of 1.6mm took Seungmo six days.

BMW Sequence GT which is BMW’s green car for future is developed with deep philosophy, Efficient Dynamics, is more economical, gives happiness of driving and enables the vehicle to share with others.

Electric powered Sequence GT has spacious interior and for the benefits of aerodynamics, a front with double nose. Auto safety in the frontal collision has been preserved with vehicle shooting external airbags, in case a pedestrian comes in the way.

Additionally, the air intakes on the either side of the nose are used to cool the electric motors located under the boot floor. BMW Sequence GT’s cabin has four separate seats and replacing the batteries with the charged ones can be done within a minute.

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