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    The BMW Vision Next 100. BMW Concept Cars. Ideas that proved true.

    Published on Mar 6, 2017

    The BMW Vision Next 100 previews the ideas that BMW has for the next years. The technology will change and vehicles will become intelligent. Adrian van Hooydonk, Senior Vice President BMW Group Design, gives some insights and explains the ideas behind the concept.

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    The BMW Group in dialogue with the future

    Published on May 19, 2017

    Framed by the four BMW Group VISION NEXT 100 vehicles, CEO Harald Krüger and Adrian van Hooydonk (Senior Vice President BMW Group Design) discussed on 18 May the future of mobility with opinion leaders from around the world.

    When the BMW Group celebrated its centenary last year, the attention was constantly on the future – to the “NEXT 100 Years”.
    For each of the four brands – BMW, MINI, Rolls-Royce and BMW Motorrad –a Vision Vehicle was designed that embodying the various facets of future individual mobility: autonomous, electrified, connected and shared.

    In the centenary year, the Vision Vehicles were the key attractions in a range of events around the world. We were delighted to welcome all four of them back home in Munich on 18 May.

    For Harald Krüger and Adrian van Hooydonk, the Dialogue was an opportunity to connect and to share visions with pioneering thinkers of the world of social and socio-economic change.
    The conversation raised a wide range of questions: In the future, what will people share? Is car-sharing just the beginning? What lies ahead in terms of sustainability? How can multinational corporations and civil society harness their creativity and capabilities so that resources can be protected even more effectively? Digital and cultural transformation – do they go hand in hand?

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