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      06-16-2019, 12:09 AM   #23
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What a tease.
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Not impressed with the teaser.
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That's because all concept cars are ugly af. That's the reason they're concepts lol.
Sorry to disagree, but Audi has been lately having some really stunning concepts, and Audi doesn’t vibe at all with me
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Watch the webcast reveal of the M Next Concept vehicle tomorrow AM!

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Munich. The Opening, Product Show and Closing at the BMW Group #NEXTGen will be prerecorded and transmitted on the internet at www.live.bmwgroup.com and www.press.bmwgroup.com as follows:

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25.06.2019: 16:30 – 17:30 CEST [7:30 AM Pacific / 10:30 AM Eastern] -- BMW Group NextGen – live on tape (pre-recorded).
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The first photos/details will be posted very early morning tomorrow (Tuesday), so if you're up late enough tonight, you'll see it here first!
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      06-24-2019, 06:06 PM   #28
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always go into these things with optimism
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always go into these things with optimism
Agree this is the best way to deal with things, it is an interesting topic from a psychology standpoint, people who take out the sorrow beforehand and what i mean by that is like, people with the mentality set of saying "Well i know it's gonna be bad either way so i am negative in advance so i don't get disappointed later on"

Sure you can have that mind set but then you will suffer for twice as long as the rest of people and the satisfaction of being correct if it turns out to be a disappointment doesn't weigh up the negative emotions you had before going in to a certain mind set. And if it turns out to be bad you will then only be even more negative due to being disappointed even when going in with the mindset "well it is going to be bad"

And if you turn out to be wrong for example if the thing you believed was gonna be bad to start with turns out to be good, you have then suffered for no reason at all only to be happy later on but before that you have suffered for no reason at all. But the happy emotions wont outweigh the negatives one that you have had for a longer period of time then the positive ones.

So folks stay positive it is what ever its gonna be good or bad.
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I'm excited to see it. I'm kind of afraid from the teasers that it will look cool but also look like something that will not come close to making it to production. Hopefully if it looks great we will see some of the design language trickle down to the future models. I'm also curious to see what kind of grille it has. Will it have the kind of beavertooth look like the i Vision Dynamics concept and the upcoming m3/4? Or will BMW throw a curveball and have the grilles be separate? Kind of funny that that would be a curveball now...

This part gives me hope though.
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Where the BMW Vision iNEXT shows us the ways in which autonomous driving will change life on board our vehicles, the BMW Vision M NEXT demonstrates how technology can be harnessed to enhance driving pleasure.
So at least we're not getting another concept that drives itself and looks like a lounge inside.
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