Originally Posted by SCOTT26
The concept will not be accessible to the public, as per all BMW concepts.
As they are still concepts. My boss does not let anybody press or public to sit in the BMW i Concepts. Press are allowed to photograph inside and out but BMW's handlers keep them from taking a seat.
The 4er Coupe Concept will be at the NAIAS. LA Autoshow will see the US debut of the X1 Concept based on the current model but with winter sports accessories and the BMW i8 Concept Spyder making its US debut.
NAIAS is always the flagship North American show. LA and NYC are more for production model debuts.
The BMW M6 Gran Coupe and the beginning of BMW's US diesel roll out with the 328d will be at the NAIAS.
Both Geneva and Shanghai will bring new concepts with a key important development for the luxury market being the focus in China.
Why does BMW waste the time with these "concepts" when history has shown that they look 99% like the actual production model? Just unveil the production model and be done with it.
2013 Audi RS5 Misano Red
Gone, but not forgotten:
2011 Audi A5 S-Line, 2008 E92 335i, 2004 E46 330Ci (Ti Silver), 2004 E46 330Ci (Electric Red), 2000 E46 323Ci