The German based automaker BMW has released more images with the Active Tourer Concept, ahead of its debut in Paris next week, revealing the interior design of the model.
After pulling the wraps off the BMW Active Tourer Concept last week, ahead of its official presentation at the 2012 Paris Motor Show on the 27th of September, the German based automaker BMW is placing the concept car into the spotlights one last time ahead of its public debut, this time by releasing more interior images with the cabin.
According to the carmaker, premium materials have been used in the interior of the Active Tourer Concept like the full-grain leather, the open-pore laminated wood, the smooth leather seats with orange stitching and more. The cabin of the model is also coming with a panoramic glass roof, which can change its brightness or temperature to have an overall effect on the feeling of the interior.
An 8-inch central information display can be seen sticking up from the dashboard with its tablet-like design, a heads-up display is also available for the driver, along with the 10.25-inch configurable instrument cluster. Additional details on the BMW Active Tourer Concept will be announced next week, during the Paris Motor Show.