BMW's New Self-Driving Car Looks Like Something Out Of A 'TRON' Movie

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At this point, cars are just going to start looking more and more like spaceships.

In honor of BMW's 100th birthday, the German automaker unveiled its Vision Next 100 Concept, a stunning look into the shiny future of luxury cars.

The concept was introduced in Munich at a special event where spectators were informed about the car's self-driving capabilities as well as the interior's ability to physically transform based on the car's driving mode.

According to Jalopnik, the two modes offered in the Vision Next 100 Concept are called Ease and Boost. Ease mode gears the car up for self-driving; whereas, Boost allows the car to be driven by a human.

As for Boost mode, well, BMW has designed the Vision Next 100 to be able to learn more about the driving habits and characteristics of the drivers.

If you look closely, you'll also notice a scale-like texture on the exterior of the car, which allows automated red lights to shine through the car's exterior edges, alerting the driver of possible hazards.

It's safe to say, when the 22nd century finally rolls around, it's going to show up in style! I mean, this thing makes the i8 look like a Honda.

As of now, there has been no word on whether or not BMW actually plans to put this car into production -- but it totally should.

Check out video above for a closer look!

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Citations: BMW's Vision Next 100 Is A Wild Shapeshifter From The 22nd Century (Jalopnik)