This is the Bmw Concept Gran Coupe, a new study from the Bavarian manufacturer which previews the upcoming Mercedes-Benz CLS fighter. The new car carries the new design lines which will be adopted by Bmw on its upcoming models. According to the manufacturer, the Gran Coupe Concept carries the classic features of the Bmw coupes such as the long wheelbase, the vaulted bonnet with forward-pointing lines, the set-back greenhouse, the flat silhouette, the coupe-style roof line and the short front overhang reflect the dynamic potential of the vehicle. The new front section of the car features the Bmw kidney grille characteristic of the German brand as well as LED front lights and aggressive air inlets. At the rear, the car features design elements that tend to be visible at first sight.
The whole design is completed by the new design of the rims that extend to the centre towards the hub. Honestly to tell you we can hardly describe this model because it already made us drool. Here is what Bmw has to say about it: “The sculptural shaping style characteristic of the entire body design of the BMW Concept Gran Coupé permits a unique interaction between concave and convex surfaces. It also enables the light to be selectively reflected and channelled.
Thus the exterior mirrors integrated in the window shaft appear very light, blending harmoniously into the side view since their shape assimilates the entire line styling. The BMW Concept Gran Coupé is a further development of the classic design of a notchback sedan in which the individual body sections merge harmoniously into a flat, elongated and at the same time dynamic overall image. The effect of this 4-door vehicle derives not just from specific highlights but from its overall appearance, which authentically reflects its character. The car’s dynamic potential is embodied in its proportions and lines, signalling power but also elegance and forward thrust.’