On October 16, 2016, Recursor.TV caught a glimpse of the automotive future on the last day of the BMW Vision Next 100 global tour, which previously visited Munich and London before ending in Los Angeles this past weekend and packing up the tent.
Of course, there was a lot of auto eye candy to make car lovers and tech lovers drool, including a Rolls Royce which looked more like Art Deco furniture than a car. (Check out our exclusive photos, and try not to be too jealous that you don’t own one of everything.)
The star of BMW’s Vision 100 show was a concept motorcycle that, because it uses Segway-like gyroscopes, stands upright permanently without a kickstand and cannot tip over. In fact, it’s so safe BMW says riders will not even need a helmet.
There’s no report on when this beauty will be hitting the streets near you but in the meantime, if you get trapped in a light cycle game, you can be sure one of these motorcycles will keep you from being derezzed.