BMW have rolled out a fresh concept car which can change colour as 2023 kicks off. Revealed at the world’s biggest tech conference in Las Vegas on Wednesday, the BMW i Vision Dee is the automaker’s latest vehicle which gives complete creative freedom to the driver.
The car is a mid-size sedan with an exterior which makes use of E Ink to rapidly change between or combine 32 colours.
The vehicle will be made available in BMW’s Neue Klasse EV models as of the year 2025, but this is not the first time BMW played around with colour changing technology.
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Last year’s CES unveiled the iX Flow, which can change from black to white using the same technology. However, the new release has full-colour deployment of E Ink tech on the outside.
Split into 240 individually controlled segments, the car gives the user the chance to create a patchwork or checkered car pattern if they so wish.
And if you want to get even more futurist, the car has an updated Heads-Up Display, a high tech, customisable digital, mixed reality panel that sits across the whole windscreen.