BMW Motorrad Vision Next 100 Motorcycle Specs & News: No Helmet Needed In Envisioned Concept Motorbike?

Joe BacaronOct 17, 2016 09:15 AM EDT
BMW/Motorrad Vision Next 100

The BMW Motorrad Vision Next 100 motorcycle may just change the way government crafts its laws on penalizing riders with no helmet.

According to the news report from CNET, the BMW Motorrad Vision Next 100 motorcycle is a concept vehicle which would be part of the future lineup of vehicles for the German vehicle manufacturer in the next 100 years.

A major innovation to this futuristic motorcycle is what BMW calls the "self-right system," an AI feature that would make the Motorrad a breeze to handle. It also constantly computes its max capacities and make the necessary corrections, which means the utmost safety for the rider.

One piece of news for the BMW Motorrad Vision Next 100 motorcycle is the very effective safety systems in place, which means no helmet is needed.

The Motorrad gear is quite revolutionary and could change the ballgame once it ships out in bulk. The suit itself has a lot of sensors that would monitor and check the temperature, heart rate and physiology of the motorcycle rider.

The BMW Motorrad Vision Next 100 motorcycle will immediately send signal to the suit when you go too fast on your motorbike. As a result, the neck area will inflate in preparation for a possible crash. What that means is that there would be no helmet needed.

The tagline for the vehicle is "The Great Escape," which SlashGear interpreted to mean the freedom that will be enjoyed by the rider without the constraints of a helmet.

Watch out for more news on the BMW Motorrad Vision Next 100 motorcycle which will be published here when they become available.

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