BMW has revealed the iVision Dynamics Concept at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show in Germany.
The BMW iVision Dynamics Concept previews BMW's next all-electric production car which is expected to hit the streets at the start of the next decade bearing the i5 name.
BMW claims that the iVision Dynamics Concept can sprint from 0-100kph in 4 seconds and will continue accelerating forward till it tops out at over 193kph. The electric Concept has an all-electric range of 600 kilometers.
Regarding design, the iVision Dynamics Concept borrows styling cues from the Vision Next 100 concept revealed in 2016 including the exaggerated vertical kidney grille, contoured bonnet and flared taillights.
The BMW iVision Dynamics Concept also sports a large glasshouse which runs from the windscreen to the rear window
The BMW iVision Dynamics Concept previews the i5 which is part of the Bavarian automakers plan to bring out 25 electrified cars (out of which 12 will be fully-electric) by the year 2025 as it aims to keep up with German rivals Mercedes and Volkswagen who are also going electric with a vengeance post the latter carmaker's diesel debacle.