BMW reveals angular, aggressive Concept XM

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The BMW Concept XM will likely divide opinion with its edgy exterior shape and busy interior design

BMW has shown a new concept car at the 2021 Art Basel Miami Beach show. Called Concept XM, the car showcases a new direction for the company’s M badge, one that is increasingly aggressive and uncompromising in design.

On the outside, the Concept XM is characterised by angular body work, with sharp edges and lines placed here, there and everywhere. The front end appears fairly familiar with the large kidney grille, but the rear is completely alien with the chunky body work above the back window acting like a hood over the glass.

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