- A video showing the new BMW Flow electric car changing its colour has generated mixed reactions on Instagram
- E-ink technology is used to create wrappings around every section of the car's body to achieve that purpose
- Many people who reacted to the video of the car said that it may help promote crime and worsen security in society
When talking about cars in the past, much has always been said about speed and source of power. The new BMW Flow electric SUV changes the conversation.
The car can change its body colour when the owner presses a button. CNN reports that the trick was made possible with special wrapping around the car’s body.
How it was made
A video shared on Instagram showed how the car transformed from black to grey and back to its original colour.
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According to the same media, the wrappings use an e-ink technology found in screens. To achieve an ever-changing body, colour panels were affixed to the body in a perfect way.
Watch the video below:
At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 700,000 views with more than 900 comments.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Now I have to remeber where i pa:rked and what color i left my car!"
"Get getaway car. I see them using it in the next James Bond 007."
"Perfect now I can commit a crime and change my cars color on the fly."
"Would never get road registered."
"This gives bad ideas to the thieves and headache to the police."
Man built vehicle with rooftop steering
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the video of a man, Randy Grubb, who built a vehicle-house that can move anywhere like a normal car went viral on Facebook. He named the creation Decoliner.
Grubb said he spent 6,000 hours of 18 months building the vehicle. What makes the vehicle so amazing is that it can be driven from the roof.
This is not just a motor but a luxury that can be taken around. The man revealed that he and his wife already enjoyed cruises with it.