BMW’s design decisions have been controversial in the last few years, with the German carmaker’s models sometimes wearing huge (illuminated) front grilles and flaunting design elements that aren’t to everyone’s taste.
However, this might change soon, as the brand’s chief designer, Adrian van Hooydonk, says future BMW vehicles will have a cleaner look and possibly radiator grilles that aren’t such an eyesore.
Speaking with TopGear, the automaker’s chief designer, who used to work under the guidance of Chris Bangle – another controversial figure in BMW’s history – says that they “don’t ignore the chatter.”
However, with solid sales figures – 2.1…
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