BMW is celebrating its centenary year by unveiling a series of future-focused concept vehicles, the first of which is a shape-shifting autonomous car with artificial intelligence. The BMW Vision Next 100, launched yesterday in Munich, is an attempt by the manufacturer to predict what cars will look like in the not-too-distant future when driverless vehicles are commonplace and artificial intelligence can learn and then predict a passenger's behaviour.
The next vehicles to be unveiled in the series will be from BMW's two British brands – Mini and Rolls Royce, the later being the first concept car ever produced in the company's history. These will both be launched in London during June. The final vehicle will come from the BMW motorcycle brand in LA during October.