Feature Flick: BMW Vision ConnectedDrive Concept In Action

You’ve likely already seen photos of the new BMW Vision ConnectedDrive concept, but some design elements — including the LED accent lighting and shape-shifting screens — can be a little hard to perceive without video. Luckily, BMW’s managed to release some short film clips, both of which showcase those interactive features in action.

We don’t have any details yet on what will power the ConnectedDrive, but we do know that it will come dressed in color-changing LED piping, and contain the most advanced infotaintment tech BMW engineers can dream up, including a three-dimensional heads-up display for the driver, along with an interactive screen for the passenger.

BMW’s new teaser videos, both of which can be found belowe, do give some indication as to how these systems actually work. Fun fact: the passenger can apparently select music sources and control the audio system, which could prove interesting — or combattive — on long road trips…

What say you: should these advanced networking and interactive technologies should be applied to future vehicles?

Source: BMW

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2011 BMW 7-Series

2011 BMW 7-Series

MSRP $122,000 Alpina B7 Sedan


18 City / 28 Hwy

Horse Power:

230 @ 6500


200 @ 2750