Among the fine specimens unveiled at the Concorso d’Eleganza that was hosted at Villa d’Este this weekend, a retro concept model put forth by BMW stole the show for many auto fans.

 

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The German automaker demonstrated its flair for updating original designs with its new 2002 Hommage model. With a focus on design rather than engineering (BMW did not in fact mention details of the car’s mechanics), this Hommage concept is outfitted with an M tri-color front splitter, a flared fender, and snowflake wheels, while the back is fitted with a ducktail spoiler. Respecting the model’s heritage, carbon trims match the carbon-fiber band at the beltline that’s so reminiscent of the original’s chrome trim, while circular golden-hued headlights are a touching detail that give a nod to the golden anniversary of the 1996 model. An icy blue matte finish off the concept’s clean look.

Courtesy of: HB

 

 

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