Third attempt in rendering the 1-Series sedan; attempt one (RWD) and two (FWD). fourth, if you include that Fiat Aegea-based BMW sedan. I still hope BMW sticks to RWD format for its small sedan. And likewise for the next generation 1-Series hatchback too.
According to a report by Avto Magazin, BMW is preparing an estate version of the M3, and the M3 Touring might be shown at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show.
The new Fiat Aegea is pretty tidy looking. While initially I’m reminded of 2009’s Tata Pr1ma Concept by Pininfarina, the more I look at the Aegea, the more I see some BMW detailing; the 2-series headlights, the rear trunk, and especially that Hofmeister kink. Hence I rendered this, as BMW’s smallest possible sedan.
Recently there are spyshots of the 3-Series undergoing test with a camouflaged front, suggesting the mid-life facelifted 3-Series will be revealed soon. This is just my idea of how it might look.
A month ago I posted pics of BMWs without the famous kidney grille, and many commented how they look like Kia cars. So this is the reverse, Kia with the kidney grille. Some do look like BMW.
Remember my previous renderings of Volkswagen XL2? Here’s my idea of how BMW could rival that with an i8 with 4-doors. The rear suicide doors are obviously inspired from the i3.
BMW confirmed that it will build the X2 SUV from the front-wheel driven platform currently used by the 2-Series Active Tourer. It’s also revealed that the X2 will be a 2-door only coupe SUV.
Ever wonder how BMWs will look without its famous kidney grille? Here are 16 examples.
We’ve seen test mules of Active Tourer with extended wheelbase. It’s no secret BMW is working on a 7-seater Active Tourer. These were rendered with reference to the spy shots.
There will be a 1-Series sedan. But unfortunately it will not be the RWD hatchback with an added trunk. It’s reported the 1-Series sedan will be front-wheel driven, sharing its platform with the 2-Series Active Tourer. Well, the Audi A3 Sedan and Mercedes-Benz CLA are FWD too.