If you made a poll on what concept car that was revealed in 2009 would stick to the minds of pistonheads all over the world, one that would sit on top of the list is BMW’s revolutionary Vision EfficientDynamics concept.

Ever since it was unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show last September, the Vision EfficientDynamics has been the talk of the automotive world, and rightfully so. We’ve gone over all the specifications, photos and videos of the car and it seems like all of it still isn’t enough to satiate our appetites for this concept car.

So before the year ends, we have a new video of the BMW Vision EfficientDynamics courtesy from the folks over at Edmunds Car Pool. This video was taken during the recently-concluded LA Auto Show where it takes us on an up-close tour of the car while it was prominently displayed during the event.



Source: Edmunds Car Pool

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  (570) posted on 03.3.2010

But still, this is one of the cars that after a few months you’d forget, and after seeing it again, you’d probably say “whatever happened to that ride”?

  (780) posted on 01.3.2010

I was on the verge of "Why is the video is too short? I want to see it in slow motion and focus the video in front of this car". I want to steal that car and drive it all the way. Take a road trip where they’ll chased me and I think it’s a wonderful experience to drive this Vision.

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