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BMW New Concept: Vision M Next

  Thriller of a Car Concept with Autonomous Mode                                                  Source:  BMW Not-to-Distant Future of Driving and Being Driven BMW has a new vision for the future of driving.  The Vision M Next concept is a hybrid-electric sports car that allows the driver to decide if they want to drive or be driven autonomously.  Through its Vision series of vehicles, BMW is striving to set the gold standard for sustainable, autonomous cars.  The Vision M Next and the previous Vision iNext are meant to spark discussions about what life could be like inside autonomous cars. BMW is also seeking to trigger valuable debate about future directions for the automotive industry.  BMW's Vision M Next is a pivotal new concept and a centerpiece of automotive conversation and debate about the future of driving. New Technologies The EV serves as BMW's vision of the future of sports cars and the future of its M Performance cars.  The concept has two future BMW driving mode

Audi's Vision of Next-G Car Driving

  Audi's New Grandsphere Concept Car                                                       Source:  Audi Technologies That Define Next-G Driving Audi has unveiled a truly extraordinary concept car.  The Audi Grandsphere is the ultimate in new technologies, luxury and style.  It is Audi's vision of the future of driving vehicles with electric, digital and autonomous technologies.  In essence, the Grandsphere and its technologies may define the next generation of driving.  The vehicle sports a disappearing steering wheel that folds into the dashboard and disappearing pedals to allow the EV to be converted into a luxurious lounge while the car drives autonomously.  And that is just the beginning of what Audi's technology platform into the future of driving offers. Grand Auto Experiment Grandsphere is a concept vehicle which serves as a grand experiment for Audi engineers and designers to create the ultimate, epic ride.  The Grandsphere team says if a piece of new, highly advan