BMW recently reworked its X6 coupe to create a design it has titled the "world's blackest black." The entirety of the reworked X6 coupe is covered in Vantablack, which was created by Surrey NanoSystems and is able to take in 99% of light. The pigment was created for scientific, as well as architectural projects. The car will be shown off at the Frankfurt Motor show, where it will be exclusive to the auto show.
BMW has indicated that its X6 Coupe is the first car to be painted using the Vantablack pigment. The car also has a glowing kidney grille, as well as twin headlights and taillights. The glowing grille provides a sharp contrast with the car's dark black paint job.
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BMW Reworked Its X6 Coupe for the Frankfurt Auto Show
1. Vantablack Pigment - The use of Vantablack pigment in car design presents opportunities for creating unique and visually striking vehicles.
2. Glowing Grille - Incorporating a glowing grille in car design opens up possibilities for creating eye-catching and distinctive front-end aesthetics.
3. Exclusive Auto Show Designs - Creating exclusive car designs for auto shows offers opportunities for automakers to generate buzz and showcase their innovation in a limited-time setting.
1. Automotive - The automotive industry can explore the use of Vantablack pigment to bring unique visual elements to their vehicle designs.
2. Lighting - The lighting industry can develop innovative glowing grille technology to offer car manufacturers new options for creating distinctive front-end designs.
3. Auto Shows - Auto shows can provide a platform for automakers to unveil exclusive and boundary-pushing car designs that captivate attendees and generate excitement.