Here we go again.

BMW has released yet another teaser of the mysterious concept car that’s really gotten its fair share of attention from BMW enthusiasts all over the world. Given also that the company decided on using a little reverse psychology by emphatically telling everyone watching to “not blog about this”, we’re pretty sure that the attention their little Lost-looking website is getting has them grinning from ear to ear.

Nonetheless, this new teaser, similar to the other ones, doesn’t show a whole lot of the electric concept car. The only time we see a hint of it is when it’s being loaded into a truck – and headed for Paris, we assume – and a brief close-up of the car’s head lamp is given. And, if we’re not mistaken, they look a little like the headlights of a Chevrolet Camaro.

Either way, we expect to get all the answers to this peculiar vehicle in the coming weeks when the Paris Motor Show opens its doors on September 30.


Source: DontBlogAboutThis

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  (559) posted on 03.1.2011

i think BMW is having so much fun in making a teaser video.

  (398) posted on 02.28.2011

haha. Reverse psychology huh..Nice strategy. It really workssmiley

  (1211) posted on 09.21.2010

FAIL- just as bad as that X1 hip hop thing. I like hip hop but when I saw that.

  (676) posted on 09.20.2010

Can’t wait for the Paris Motor Show.

  (23) posted on 09.20.2010

OMG, this reverse psychology s really working smiley

  (1211) posted on 09.19.2010

I can’t believe how saturated the model lineups for these German automakers is becoming, both Audi and BMW all have an SUV and a car, all priced according to size/power, neatly slotted one below the other in like 4 different categories, some with coupe or special variations.

  (2) posted on 09.18.2010

new 6 series....

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