BMW's 2002 Hommage Concept Looks And Sounds Ready For The Track


BMW needs to first get this thing out to the track. Then it needs to get it into production.

The BMW 2002 Turbo Hommage is easily one of this year’s most beautiful concept cars. BMW showed it off first at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este earlier in the year, and now the car is in California for the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance complete with a new booze-inspired livery. BMW said the car was based off of the M2, which to our knowledge means that it should run and drive. However, we haven’t gotten to see the 2002 Turbo Hommage—or Turbomeister as it’s now known—come to life until now.

YouTube Carspotter Jeroen was at BMW’s official reveal for the car, an event which the coupe literally drove to. While we would have loved to see the concept flogged out on the track it’s enough to know (at least at this point) that it does run and drive. BMW, grow a pair and take this thing to the Nurburgring!

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