BMW Sequence GT is the design of a graduate student from Pforzheim University in Germany. Its shape is everything an aerodynamics expert should repel. Traditional physics has taught us that high-speed is better achieved by a vehicle with a sharp front.
Designer Seungmo Lim wished to prove us wrong by creating the BWM Sequence GT with two noses. They compensate with an unique cooling system for the Lithium-ion battery powered engine. Specialists compliment this design as being highly aerodynamic built, but could this be true? Can a two-nose front be better than one?
Seungmo Lim’s concept BWM Sequence GT started on the basis of two questions: “How important is the appearance of green cars?” and “What is ‘Efficient dynamics’?”. The concept evolved reasonably well from that point, looking very good and modern in our times of needs. It’s green, which is something Germans are very proud of and it doesn’t take long to refuel.
The vehicle uses a high-tech recharging battery system, promoted by the American company Better Place. The system consists of a station with a machine, installed underground, which automatically changes the car’s batteries located under the trunk floor. The station then uses solar panels to recharge the batteries and the cycle goes on.
BMW Sequence GT uses wheel-mounted motors and a new kidney placement for energy efficiency and spacing. It has four seats for an entire family to use, which is a plus, that’s for sure. It’s equipped with all necessities for safety and comfort, such as external mounted airbags.
Lim’s perspective of his design is of a “characteristic and dramatic BMW”, maybe because he wanted to put a dark persona in the concept for future movies. By the looks of it, it wouldn’t take long until Hollywood will snatch the BMW Sequence GT for some action-crime blockbusters.
Final verdict? It’s the vehicle for the next Green Hornet, so villains better run away starting from now. What are your thoughts regarding the BMW Sequence GT?
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