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Render: BMW Rapp 100th Anniversary by Dejan Hristov

Render: BMW Rapp 100th Anniversary by Dejan Hristov

Render: BMW Rapp 100th Anniversary by Dejan Hristov

Back in late 1913, a small Germany company by the name of Rapp Motorenwerke GmbH was founded and began work in the military aviation industry. However, less than four years after operations began, Rapp Motorenwerke GmbH eventually become Bayerische Motorenwerke GmbH, better known as BMW.

In order to celebrate what would have been the 100th anniversary of Rapp Motorenwerke GmbH this year, automotive designer Dejan Hristov has come up with the following creation dubbed the BMW Rapp 100th Anniversary Concept. Despite wearing BMW badges, the BMW Rapp 100th Anniversary Concept features no similarities with modern-day BMW’s and instead features completely unique bodywork turning the BMW Rapp 100th Anniversary Concept into a truly mesmerising concept car.

The BMW Rapp 100th Anniversary Concept is a two-seat roadster with an enormously long hood more than capable of fitting any internal combustion engine currently on sale in the automotive industry. The car then features a speedster style layout with a very small windscreen and a simple interior completely focused on the driver.

Render: BMW Rapp 100th Anniversary by Dejan Hristov

The BMW Rapp 100th Anniversary also features an extremely aggressive looking front bumper and very thin headlights. The BMW Rapp 100th Anniversary then rolls on a set of deep concave black wheels. The car also features a selection of advanced technological systems including digital rearview mirrors and a pop-up roll bar.

While the car will never hit production, it’s still an extremely impressive piece of automotive design!

[Via Dejan Hristov]

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