The ultra-luxury British automaker is also involved in its German parent’s 100th anniversary celebrations and will mark the occasion through the introduction of the Grand Sanctuary concept.
The BMW Group, the largest luxury automaker in the world, will be very busy this year as it marks a century of existence and the company has announced the celebrations will include the launch of four new concepts. The first one we have already experienced – the Vision Next 100 concept – and the remaining three concepts will come from the other main brands: Rolls-Royce, Mini and BMW Motorrad. The first two brands – since they’re both British – could share the reveal that is scheduled for June in London and there are big chances they will be in front of the audience during the Goodwood Festival of Speed. There are few details now about these prototypes but the rumor mill is calling for the Rolls-Royce concept to be named Grand Sanctuary and come packing an ultra-luxurious cabin.
Meanwhile, the Mini concept is even more mysterious and the brand ahs only tipped its motto – “Every Mini is a Mini.” Here the details end but we may be tipped the prototype will depict a small size vehicle that would go along the lines of the Rocketman concept. And it will also feature the ability to “showcase the next century of personalization.” BMW Motorrad has been slated to reveal its own concept for a motorcycle later this year in Los Angeles.