The BMW GINA Light Visionary is a vehicle design study from BMW, in which the outer skin is made of a flexible fabric. It was presented to the public for re- opening of the BMW Museum in September 2008. GINA stands for Geometry and Functions in N-fold expression.
The GINA spans an almost seamless outer skin made of a flexible textile material. The substructure is flexible and adapts to the respective situations. Unique features such as the doors will be released when they are needed. At higher speeds, the spoiler is modulated, or the driver's seat and the steering wheel move apart when getting to provide more space.
The design Chris Bangle worked with a leading role.