However, this isn't a modernized E9 in the sense that you'd expect from a build featuring an electric swap. Instead, we're looking at a design that sits closer to recent BMW concept cars such as the 3.0 CSL Hommage of 2015. Of course, a more likely nameplate for such a two-door would probably involve the i9 label that BMW has already trademarked last decade.
And while the lower side of the melange catches the eye with the help of elements such as the sleek light clusters or the Turbofan-style wheels, the uber-generous greenhouse is a sight for sore eyes.
In fact, you could explain this entire creation by highlighting the way in which the iconic chrome character line has been updated rather than replaced by the multitude of elements featured on modern cars - would you look at those front turn signals!
We're looking at a mature approach here and this doesn't come as a surprise once you find out that the mind behind the pixels belongs to Chacko Abraham, a Ford and Lincoln interior designer.
Sure, the rear side of the cabin might look like it would need some extra space, especially as far as headroom, but that could be addressed.
And what better time to bring back the design of the past then this era of the electric revolution? These memorable styling cues could help aficionados embrace EVs, right down to the moment when a child stares at the showroom window for minutes on end.
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