The BMW iNext, also due in 2021, is undoubtedly an all-electric vehicle. But the electric-ness of the SUV is secondary to its automated features, as well as advanced voice/gesture controls and connectivity. The first iteration, when introduced in 2021, won’t have all those whiz-bang features found in concept versions.

It remains to be seen if the concept’s oversized and stylized double-kidney grille will remain in place. Like other futuristic, self-driving concepts, the cabin has a living-room vibe. Battery specs are still murky, but the range is rumored at around 400 miles.