BMW i Vision Dee: a car that can change its color in seconds

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BMW, a German automobile company, has made a car with a unique feature that can make the police work harder. The car company showed a prototype of a car whose color can be changed in just a few seconds. The car also has digital features, such as a screen inside the windshield that shows driving information.

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This car, called the I Vision Dee, was shown at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Former California Governor and “Terminator” star Arnold Schwarzenegger was there.

\\ meeting my best friend in Joytopia! my eyes don’t lie, I’m so happy Alice is here ❤️ // #DEEMW #THEiVisionDee #ElCompañeroUltimate

—BMW (@BMW) January 5, 2023

“The BMW I Vision Dee is a good example of what can be done when hardware and software work together. This allows us to use the full power of digitization to turn the car into a smart companion,” said BMW CEO Oliver Zipse.

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“This is the future for car companies, including BMW: combining virtual experience with real driving pleasure.”

At the same event last year, BMW showed off a car that could change colour, but only from white to black and shades of gray in between. But the body of the new car can be a rainbow of colors, a single color, stripes or checkered.

The BMW I Vision Dee is just an idea for now, but it’s supposed to influence the way the luxury automaker designs cars in the future.

For example, in 2025, you will be able to choose to have information such as speed or direction flash on the windshield.

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\\ I can talk, listen, answer, change color, take you to virtual worlds… and I also look great from any angle, if I do say so myself// #DEEMW #THEiVisionDee #ElCompañeroUltimate

—BMW (@BMW) January 5, 2023

BMW has also floated the idea that “real and virtual worlds” technology could be used to project augmented reality images onto the windshield and turn it into full screens. Oliver Zipse, BMW’s director, said the idea is to use software to create “the ultimate companion” that provides a personalized driving experience. Dee stands for “digital emotional experience,” which is what the name means.

Schwarzenegger made a joke about a prototype that was packed with all this new technology. “I was a little worried because the machines used to be the bad guys in my movies. Now that they are on your side, ”he said.

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