Lately, there is more and more software called artificial intelligence or neural network (Dall—E, half way through the trip, Stable Spread…). It writes lyrics and music, encodes and even draws images according to the verbal description.
Let’s ask one of the neural networks (Midjourney) a question: If BMW sold SUVs and crossovers in the 1980s, what would they look like? Answer below.
All the characteristic stylistic elements of the BMW of the eighties are present. Angled design, round headlights, concave window line and long rear overhang. Some images even have a Hofmeister line (in the bottom corner of the rear windows). And all this is combined with high ground clearance and a station wagon body.
The resulting cars also display features of the 1980s Jeep Cherokee or Range Rover – SUVs of the era. But the belonging of fictional cars to the BMW brand is clearly seen.
A separate line deserves a model whose sides are decorated with wood veneer – an element that was synonymous with luxury in the United States four decades ago.
Also interesting is the red car with wheel arches in body color – this is a real X3 M modified for a year.
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These never-existing models are drawn by artificial intelligence.
What would 1980s BMW crossovers look like? Neural network version
Source: Z R
Anika Rood is an author at “Social Bites”. She is an automobile enthusiast who writes about the latest developments and news in the automobile industry. With a deep understanding of the latest technologies and a passion for writing, Anika provides insightful and engaging articles that keep her readers informed and up-to-date on the latest happenings in the world of automobiles.