Designed to attract individuals looking for a super car for its status and those who value performance with Formula One-like handling, the “BMW M3” by designer Daniel Nikonchik is a car concept for the year 2050 that features a number of exciting innovations such as Nano Paint, fiber optic door jams, fully downloadable interiors and hydrogen electric propulsion. Opening the door like a blooming flower to allow easy entry and exit, the concept car lets the rider choose the lighting from a full color spectrum.
Featuring a digital interior with touchscreen displays, the futuristic vehicle allows the occupant to customize the interior to his/her liking, moving gauges and controls to more convenient locations. Offering rear wheel drive, the M3 includes a hydrogen power cell that runs high torque electric motors for the power train, and its only byproduct is pure H2O. The individual can log onto the company’s website to download different interior packages for a small price, quite similar to downloading an app for a smartphone.
The paint on the vehicle has millions of nano-sized cameras, allowing the occupant to see through body panels even though there is no transparent window. The data from the cameras is then sent to depth-perceiving high definition displays made possible by the millions of cameras on the exterior to provide stereoscopic camera angles. This allows for new continuous ideas in body shapes without having to account for the traditional greenhouse as well as night vision capabilities and the ability to zoom in on road signs not yet in viewing distance.