A Romanian created, at one point, a Dacia Logan that would have scared BMW. But everyone forgot about the car, and the project never materialized.
Dacia Logan with BMW kit is the creation of Ciprian Andruș. Bold design sparked waves in December 2014, when it introduced the car online. Those who saw digital renderings insisted on such a model on the roads. But Ciprian was just a young designer, not a car manufacturer. So the project was reduced to a series of spectacular images with what could be, one day, a Dacia Sport.
“A loganized BMW,” says the one who created the bold model. It was a Dacia with LED headlights, a redesigned grille and huge air intakes. The hood was very aggressively contoured, the sills were very close to the ground, and the rims with thin spokes had red accents.
LED taillights with a unique light signature and an impressive size aileron appeared on the back. In some images it can be seen that the car has a roll cage, thus being prepared to approach speed circuits. Dacia Logan with an intimidating look is the dream of the Romanian brand fans.
Dacia Logan, inspired by a virtual BMW concept
The model drawn by Ciprian Andruș it had two doors, which made many think from the first moment about the future Dacia Sport. Ciprian’s plan was, in fact, to present a Dacia Logan with a BMW Vision Gran Turismo kit, a virtual concept unveiled seven years ago, which never had a real correspondent in the German manufacturer’s range.
The Germans announced for the virtual race car a 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder engine that developed 549 horsepower and 680 Nm. Instead, the Romanian designer gave free rein to the imagination of Dacia fans when it came to motoring the car he created.
Source: Promotor by www.promotor.ro.
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