The BMW Vision M Next has been teased ahead of its debut later this month at an event in Munich, Germany.
For this set of teaser images, BMW has engaged sculptor and photographer Thomas Demand, who made paper and cardboard models of some of the concept's styling details, and photographed those representations.
The colours seen in these photos are said to be indicative of what we'll see on the upcoming show car.
The window and C-pillar shapes shown here seem to indicate the concept will be a two-door coupe. As such, the concept could provide a preview of the follow up to the i8. There's also a hint of M1 about the rear windscreen pillars.
No concrete details about the Vision M Next have yet been released, but according to the automaker it "demonstrates how technology can be harnessed to enhance driving pleasure".
This stands in stark contrast to the Vision iNext, an electric crossover with reverse-hinged doors, a lounge-like interior, and an emphasis on its autonomous driving capabilities.
A production version of the iNext is scheduled to go on sale from 2021, and prototypes have already been spied undergoing testing.