BMW 2002 Hommage Shooting Brake Rendered, Looks Like Doable 1-Series Project Car

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Photo: X-Tomi Design
A week has passed since BMW stunned us all with its 2002 Hommage Concept at Lake Como and our mind is still set on the aggressive beauty of the contraption.
While we've already given you a Convertible take on the matter (as a rendering, of course), the purist-offending side of such a proposal let us wishing for more. Well, here we are, bringing you a digitally-imagine BMW 2002 Hommage Shooting Brake.

Coming from X-Tomi, the Hungarian artist who also gave us the open-top fantasy, this pixel rearangement also comes with a limited appeal and that has to do with the shooting brake genre itself.

Even so, we love the prospect of such a car. We have to admit the fact that, in our book, the best bit about the S/B version of the 2002 Hommage Concept is linked to the fact that we see this as a doable project.

The digital artist obviously used 1 Series bits to deliver his message, so why wouldn't somebody reverse the process in the real world? We're talking about a 1er that could be fitted with an overly complex bodykit replicating the shapes of the Concept. Not sure what the Bavarian automaker would think about such a vehicle, though.

Sure, since the official macine sits on 20-inch wheels and comes with the kind of fit and finish that will keep one awake at night, such a project wouldn't come cheap. Then again, it would be totally worth it.

We've said it before and we'll say it again - since BMW's Hommage concepts are meant to serve as eye candy, with the carmaker being shy when it comes to the underpinnings of these vehicles, we wish to see these stunning beauties being turned into cars we could actually meet on the street. And we're convinced we're not the only ones who see things this way.
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