Could it be? Could BMW have officially given the Vision EfficientDynamics (VED) the "go ahead," from its top brass?

According to the folks at AutoBild, that is precisely what happened. Although, we tend to be skeptical of anything until a press release or legitimate spy photographs show a vehicle turning up over and over again.

As we reported on October 9, the elusive Scott26 said that the Vision EfficientDynamics received the green.

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According to today’s edition of Auto Bild, the decision has now been made: in early 2013, a series version of the BMW Vision EfficientDynamics Concept will  roll off the assembly line in Leipzig. The production will run until 2018 and BMW expects to build and sell anywhere between 6,000 to 18,000 units.

But not only the quantity will account for its exclusivity, the rumored price of 125000-175000 euro will make it even more special.

The car falls under the umbrella of Project i, therefore AutoBild believes the Vision Concept will be relabeled as BMW i100 or i1. The car will be delivered just as the concept car with two auxiliary seats in the rear, but the focus is naturally on the front seats...

[Source: BMWBlog]

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