But Canay Enes didn't focus upon making a speed record breaking car and paid very much attentions
to track performance instead. The Supersport called vehicle is moreover considered as a homogolised
sports coupe, ready to be used for motor sports by means of an additional racing package. And, this
one is the real highlight of the concept. Besides customary modifications such as carbon bucket
seats and a sports steering wheel, it has a central tunnel that doesn't contain radio and aircon
actuation because it is nothing but a large intake port that leads from the kidney-shaped air inlets
to the engine mounted behind the seats, passing near the passengers' ears.
Real motor sports fans certainly won't miss an audio system on the car, after all such a big duct
causes stimulating induction noises that let their eardrums vibrate as pleasantly and intense as music
does. Not only BMW's clientele but also moneyed sports car lovers would surely appreciate experiencing
the engine's acoustic demands for oxygen and the combustion noises from behind the seats, being in
between an ear-piercing bluster produced by finest high tech typical of this make. That way, its name
Supersport is surely no overstatement, and that makes it a car fitting BMW's kudos. All nowaday's super
car projects should be, to our point, answered by a Bimmer like that, spearheading the awesome Munich
battle formation consisting of the M-line and the all new 6-series.