BMW Neue Klasse EV gets futuristic design, 'skips a model generation'

The Neue Klasse platform is the “biggest investment in the company’s history,” BMW’s head of development, Frank Weber, said in the statement.

“We are not just writing the next chapter of BMW; we’re writing a whole new book,” he said.

The Vision Neue Klasse’s interior reduces operating controls to a minimum, with interaction with the car coming via the central display screen, steering wheel buttons and voice control.

Information will also be delivered by the BMW Panoramic Vision strip that complements the head-up display and runs the length of the windscreen to include the passenger. The strip’s color changes based on the mode selected by the driver.

The front seats are attached to the floor by a single bracket, freeing up additional legroom in the rear compartment, which has been split into two individual seats.

BMW will also debut two new plug-in hybrid versions of the BMW 5-Series large sedan in Munich, while BMW’s Mini brand, is launching the second-generation Cooper electric hatchback and electric Countryman SUV.

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