Bmw And Pininfarina Built Luxury Coupe In A Single Copy
BMW company and bodywork Studio Pininfarina has been officially presented at the design exhibition Concorso d Eleganza Villa d'este their project. Full-size coupe BMW Gran Coupe Pininfarina Lusso was, according to the creators, another modern ideas of luxury and elegance.
The BMW designers and Pinifarina crumble compliments each other: according to them, the exterior of the new concept is a fusion of the two approaches to automotive style Italian and German. "The result of this project is much more than just the sum of its components. When two companies with rich traditions join forces to turn the dream into reality, there is something completely new and exciting. From beginning to end, this project was based on mutual respect of the two companies," says Director of Pininfarina design Fabio Filippini.
Meanwhile, the concept is easily recognized by it BMW - familiar "shark" motivated "person", the characteristic silhouette and the notorious "bending the Hoffmeister". Hand Italians can be seen rather in the individual parts of the machine - for example, in the shape of the front bumper.
Four interior compartments reflects, as they say, the creators of the fusion of modern elegance and confident speakers. It is decorated with expensive leather and wood Kauri derived from plants whose age is more than 48 000 years: Kauri grows in New Zealand and is considered one of the rarest trees in the world. According to the creators, the interior turned out to be so large that the space for rear passengers in the BMW Gran Coupé Pininfarina Lusso is quite comparable to a full-fledged sedan.
Project BMW Gran Coupé Pininfarina Lusso based, as you can guess, on the platform of the BMW Gran Coupe sixth series. What kind of power unit used on the coupe, not specified Creator said only that the concept is equipped with 12-cylinder engine. Meanwhile, under some assumptions, we mean sectility engine from BMW 760Li, developing 544 HP and 750 Nm of torque.
Serial prospects for the BMW Gran Coupe Pininfarina Lusso, apparently, no. Official messages repeatedly emphasize that the coupe will remain unique.