BMW has rolled out a new concept sports car to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the legendary BMW 328 roadster. The BMW 328 Hommage Concept merges the BMW Vision Connected Drive concept with styling elements of the old 328, especially the kidney-style grille, taped racing headlamps and an open cockpit. The 328 Hommage is laced with a carbon fiber skin, a tan accented interior and the edgy-curved shape that shares the inspiration of other recent BMW concepts. This one-off concept will be powered by a 3.0L inline-six, but a beauty like this is built to drive slow and turn heads.
A plan to provide BMW with a new-age supercar has now long been dismissed. Instead, the Munich boys have already announced plans to build a new hybrid-powered sports car in the mould of i8. Some European sources are predicting that the concept car could provide a new design language for BMW’s future roadsters.
The last BMW concept car to pay homage to a legend was the M1 Hommage. The 328 Hommage was shown at Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este in Italy last month. We can’t seem to get enough of the pictures and the videos of the new BMW Concept and much to our pleasure, BMW has released a new video of a ‘behind-the-scenes’ look at the photo shoot for the 328 Hommage.
We get to see a little bit of the BMW 328 Hommage in action along with Christopher Wilson’s photo shoot of the new concept.
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