BMW has just revealed another one of its concept cars. This time, however, the new i Vision Circular concept car is reported to be completely recyclable.
According to the German automobile giant, the car is specifically made for an electric kind of city and is made from reusable materials. This means that the new i Vision Circular concept car is 100% recyclable.
Showcased during the Munich Auto Show, the company says that the car comes with an all-solid-state battery, manufactured from reusable materials as well.
In a bid to ensure that the car is completely recyclable, BMW did not use any chrome, leather, paint, or any such materials that will not be reusable.
Furthermore, the BMW i Vision Circular will avoid bonded connections or complex linking. It will rather make use of smart connections like press studs, cords, or quick-release buttons.
Basically what this means is that the car will be composed of various detachable and easily replaceable parts. And practically this also means that it could easily be dismantled with just a single tool. Thinking about the i Vision Circular concept vehicle in reality, however, and with regards to the safety standards of roads in place at this time, the viability of such a car is questionable and probably unrealistic. But from all indications, the car is apparently a projection of automobiles by the year 2040.
Truly, this new concept car is quite unique in its design but it somehow still maintains some of the trademark designs that the BMW is well known for.
In addition, a large percentage of the body of the car is made with gold anodized recycled aluminum. The color of the rear is a result of the heating treatment of steel. And the rare-looking transparent tyres are made from natural rubber which is cultivated in a sustainable way.
Fingers remain crossed as we patiently anticipate this amazing masterpiece from the stable of BMW.
If you liked this article and would be interested in much more new information, trends, and related news, kindly follow TechGenyz across all our social media platforms.
Subscribe to our newsletter and never miss an update on the latest tech, gaming, startup, how to guide, deals and more.