BMW has confirmed it will reveal a pair of new concepts at this year’s Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este in May.
The carmaker has offered little else on the new show cars, except to confirm that both have been designed by its automotive and motorcycle designers.
That little tidbit suggests we could expect to see concepts of the four- and two-wheeled varieties, or a pair of unique collaborations involving efforts from both teams.
Last year’s Concorso d’Eleganza saw BMW reveal its retro-inspired Concept Ninety motorcycle, developed together with custom outfit Roland Sands Design.
The concept was produced to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the 200km/h BMW R90S motorcycle, which was the first to be fitted with a front trim as standard.
At the same time, BMW revealed the huge Gran Lusso coupe concept, developed with famed styling house Pininfarina.
Neither concept has made its way to production, but could these latest show cars offer a new preview of showroom versions of both? Time will tell...