Understanding the future of mobility might seem like a topic that’s too complicated to grasp for some people, but as the final part of BMW’s “Wherever You Want to Go” documentary will tell you, it’s as simple as asking yourself a simple question: “What do I want to see for the future of mobility?”

This is what the final film of BMW’s documentary is all about. The future, as all the respondents in the video will tell you, is an inevitable thing that we, as humans, cannot stop. So instead of thinking of ways to try to circumvent what’s coming, it’s important to start embracing what it holds, even at the cost of sacrificing some of the technologies that we enjoy today.

Now, understanding and doing something about it is easier said than done. But when we open our minds to what the evolution of technology holds for all of us, then we can all be excited about all the possibilities it has in store for us.

If you missed the first three installments of the documentary, you can check out the episodes after the jump.

Part 1: "The New City"

Part 2: "The Future Isn’t What It Used To Be"

Part 3: "Reinventing Mobility"


Source: BMW

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  (386) posted on 03.10.2011

These are definitely interesting takes on future car designs. Wonder which route will BMW go for. Anyway, these will likely make their cars all the more interesting. \

  (531) posted on 03.4.2011

Nice, it is really a good thing that BMW is exploring a lot of different routes for their future designs. It would really be good to see how they do in the electric car market.

  (401) posted on 02.27.2011

not really, if you’re going to watch the whole video. you will heard the different opinions and ideas of those wonderful people about the future
mobility and it was so fantastic and fun just thinking that those dream could possible be come true in the future.

  (762) posted on 02.27.2011

does it mean the the electric cars will rule on the road in the near future?

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