BMW GT

The very first idea of this concept was to enroll a new imaginary class to the product line for BMW “Type of which BMW really missed in its nowadays Productions”…..so, I started sketching a mid-engined super sport, not to be a sleek super car but one muscular looking, raging super car…..The engine I was imagining for it was a V8 4.0 Liter Supercharged engine RWD……I know I know, I broke lots of rules but that’s the point, BMW always have done it, Right?

So….after a couple of sketches, I started modeling it, and once the modeling was over I decided, for the first time, to apply an HDRI technique to the environment instead of creating a normal virtual photography studio for it….

There are two points I really need to make on this post:

  1. Although I 3D model my concepts ” I really want them to look like the same way as some other marker renderings and sketches with some exaggerated proportions “Like huge rims. low profile roof or other common exaggerations” . In other words, I don’t want them to look like a real car in the real world….I want them, to emphasize the fact that they are concepts and they’re not real; even though they are in HDRI environments or some Photography studios…
  2. There were some compliments I read about the side of my concepts in different websites and forums, saying that there is too much going on at the side of the car…and I believe that’s true, but the point is; 3D modeling process is really time consuming, and I can’t have lots of modeled concepts in a short period of time, therefore I use my concepts as showcases of new ideas. For example,…there are too many air vents at the side of the BMW GT and they are just used together harmoniously to show the possibility NOT to dictate…

Six months ago I decided to refine this concept and recondition some of its proportions and refine it. Here are the results. These are exclusive renders which you can find them only here. Hope you enjoy 😉

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36 thoughts on “BMW GT

  1. someone sent me pix of this concept and i was literally blown away! i mean wow! seriously!…..

    this is stunning. read your comment where you said there are too many air vents. i say rubbish! the more the better. i think it blends very well with the intricate front end of the car. without all the air vents you would have to modify the front to be less complex.

    stunning stuff. brought tears to my eyes and many others who’ve now seen this.

  2. i´m angolan design
    me and my friends want give u gradutions for this car
    that’s a beautiful car men, graduations

  3. WOW !

    I love my beemer, but this one you created is what I want !!!!
    Why wont they make and sell these !!? 🙂

    Well done, its beautiful, strong, muscular, raging, sexy !

  4. HI EMIL.I AM JUST EXTATIC ABOUT YOUR BMW GT.IT IS REALLY A DREAM CAR IF ONE IS A BMW FAN.I AM A BIG BIG BMW FAN.I HAVE A E46 BMW M3 OF MY OWN.I LIKE THE PERFORMENCE AND SPEED ON THE CAR.BUT IF I CAN ONE DAY OWN A BMW GT ,MAN THATS A DREAM.

  5. Simply stunning concept…
    Almost looks like it has a personality – albeit one of a psychotic axe-murderer…
    Great job Emil!

  6. I’m very impressed by your work on this concept.
    I’ve seen two pictures of it on a french car forum website in low resolution. After found your name (at bottom of each pictures).
    Then found your official site with all picture of this WONDERFUL CAR !!
    I’m not good enough in english to express my feeling on this concept. Maybe one word : DREAM ….
    BEST REGARDS and many thanks 😉

  7. I have seen your art throughout the web and this Beemer gt struck me at first sight as something bold and rich strong yet elegant.
    I see that you have very good taste.
    Could it be possible that you show also side views of the cars in order to also appreciate a more pure view of the car. Angled shots make for a very nice picture, straigt up shots disclose more of the overall shape. It would be super to see that too.

  8. Thanks Hector, I’m afraid to say that it’s not possible right now for me to render side views of this concept. But in near future I’ll put more renders of this concept. I’m going to refine the design and give it more realistic proportions.

  9. Dear Emil,

    May i use some of your designed BMW picture, to make it real? I mean, for my pleasure, i want to make my BMW 7 series to S6 final.
    Thanks and i wait for your answer 🙂
    Peter

  10. What we are seen here is a brilliant mind ahead of time, all his concepts are more than perfect, to understand what he is expressing you must have an open mind, you must have predictability of the near future and beyond, only some people has that gift.

    I wish I had a job and have money to buy this concepts and / or build them, I picture myself going on a road and seen citizens break their neck to see my car and asking in their minds “where in the hell this came out”, “where I can buy one” and the most important “who in the universe design it”

  11. Hi Mr Emil . It`s very nice that i found ur site .
    I love BMw products very very much and in my town everybody know about it .
    So , i say a big bravo for ur products espicialy for BMW designs .
    I design car too and i want to be a designer like u .
    good like and design another amazing car ( I mean BMw ) !!!!!

  12. Good Job Man it’s wonderful concept please render your car in the public places like a city it shows your prominence of your concepts 😉
    good luck Kaku 😀

  13. باعث افتخار مایی که همشهری هستیم منم خیلی ایده دارم ولی اینجا اینده ندارم…..

  14. dude! why hasnt bmw signed u yet? you are a genius. this model could compete with the looks of the lamborghini aventador and reventon!

  15. Hi Emil,
    astonished by the réalistic wiew of your BMW,compliment, i work differently, i made my réalisation directly,maybe you have a look on my website.
    Sorry for my poor English,and one more for you, good job,the brutality of a muscle american car mixed whit Italian elegance,nice !!!.
    Regards.
    M. Biedermann.

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