It’s been about a year since we have been able to feast our eyes on a design created by Russian designer Krasnov Igor. The last creation we saw was the Marussia Muska supercar. Now, in a display of utter extravagance, Igor has unleashed his imagination on a rendering of a BMW supercar.

Named the BMW Sports Coupe, Igor has combined elements of the GINA Light Visionary concept along with classic BMW cues as found in models such as the 328 Roadster. The comparison to the GINA concept is based on the almost seamless outer skin of the BMW Sports Coupe. The skin is a flexible textile cover that stretches across a moveable substructure with functions that are only revealed if and when they are needed. The front of this design seems to be a bulkier version of the front end of the 328 Roadster equipped with the tall double kidney grille.

A radical design, to say the least, but still enough to generate some interesting discussions on whether or not BMW should get into the supercar business. The look seems to be a little extreme for BMW, but let us know what you think!


Source: BMWBlog

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  (1023) posted on 06.24.2010

it looks like a chocolate cake to me..hmm chocolate moose flavor..

  (387) posted on 06.23.2010

I agree.. for sure bmw wont waste any money for this design. many will surely hate it.

  (434) posted on 06.22.2010

the roof looks like a silk. for sure this wont make on the production..

  (515) posted on 06.21.2010

Wow! Gorgeous, but I’ll keep that opinion as much as possible and try to see a pretty open minded look on it. Well, I admit to the lines that are a result of bold design such as a Russian mentality would come up aren’t what most people would like to see on
their Bavarian creation but that being said it does borrow some of the asymmetry from the BMW X Coupe.

  (808) posted on 06.21.2010

oh yeah I agree.. it look like a silk formal dress.

  (417) posted on 06.20.2010

Looks like a women’s formal dress but where is the headlamps? Well, I’m just wondering.

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