Another advancement from BMW will allow you to transform it at the dash of a button.
At CES, the extravagance automaker presented the iX Flow including E Ink, an idea that would permit proprietors to change the outside shade of their vehicle by squeezing a button.
BMW said the SUV highlighting the iX Flow tech at CES incorporates a uniquely evolved body wrap animated by electrical signs to change the shade of the vehicle’s outside.
“In the future, digital experiences will not only take place on displays. The real and the virtual will increasingly merge,” said Frank Weber, a member of BMW AG’s board of management, in a statement. “With the BMW iX Flow, we are bringing the car body to life.”
Stella Clarke, projectlLead for BMW iX Flow including E Ink, said during a video exhibition of the innovation it will permit drivers the chance to all the more likely customize their vehicle however they would prefer.
“You choose the clothes you wear. You choose your social media status. And you can choose the color of your car,” she said.
The iX Flow can accomplish more than invigorate the vibe of your vehicle. Clarke said the outside of a vehicle could streak various shadings if, for instance, you’re attempting to think that it is in a packed parking garage.
BMW is among a few automakers displaying tech at CES. Chevrolet presented an electric rendition of its well known Silverado pickup truck.