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در October - 1 - 2016

BMW i3 And i8 CrossFade Concepts Get Trippy Body Paints

is no stranger to aftermarket partnerships, having established key tie-ups with some of the segments most known tuners. The played host to one such alliance as BMW and Garage Italia Customs unveiled the and CrossFade

The two i models don’t carry any engine upgrades, but they do have a rather peculiar exterior feature that allows for the color of the and i8 bodies to evolve between two unique colors. Up front, the i3 and the i8 are dressed in Protonic Dark Silver. But as color gradually moves to the back, triangle designs on the side of the cars somehow creates a smooth transition to the Protonic Blue paint finish in the rear of the two cars.

From a distance, the transition looks really smooth, but once you take closer look, you’ll notice that the triangle colors and patterns create a visual trick that allows the two colors to blend together and transition from silver to blue the way it does. The method is actually similar to pointillism, which the artistically-inclined among us will recognize as a painting technique that uses small distinct dots of color that are patterned to create a unique image. Even better, the same application was given to the door panels and the Alcantara headliner on the cabins of both the i3 and i8.

The results are unique to say the least. I’m not sure that it’s for everybody, but for those who are intrigued about owning either of these two models, BMW actually has plans to offer both versions to the public by early 2017. The respective prices are yet to be released, so stay tuned for updates on that end.

Continue after the jump to read the full story.



BMW i3 And i8 CrossFade Concepts Get Trippy Body Paints

is no stranger to aftermarket partnerships, having established key tie-ups with some of the segments most known tuners. The played host to one such alliance as BMW and Garage Italia Customs unveiled the and CrossFade

The two i models don’t carry any engine upgrades, but they do have a rather peculiar exterior feature that allows for the color of the and i8 bodies to evolve between two unique colors. Up front, the i3 and the i8 are dressed in Protonic Dark Silver. But as color gradually moves to the back, triangle designs on the side of the cars somehow creates a smooth transition to the Protonic Blue paint finish in the rear of the two cars.

From a distance, the transition looks really smooth, but once you take closer look, you’ll notice that the triangle colors and patterns create a visual trick that allows the two colors to blend together and transition from silver to blue the way it does. The method is actually similar to pointillism, which the artistically-inclined among us will recognize as a painting technique that uses small distinct dots of color that are patterned to create a unique image. Even better, the same application was given to the door panels and the Alcantara headliner on the cabins of both the i3 and i8.

The results are unique to say the least. I’m not sure that it’s for everybody, but for those who are intrigued about owning either of these two models, BMW actually has plans to offer both versions to the public by early 2017. The respective prices are yet to be released, so stay tuned for updates on that end.

Continue after the jump to read the full story.


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BMW i3 And i8 CrossFade Concepts Get Trippy Body Paints

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