Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor BMW

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Simply amazing.   Who would have thunk it just a few years back?

Thinking linearly in our nonlinear reality, which is getting more nonlinear by the day as we suspect we are at the elbow of the technological curve, can be hazardous to your forecasting.  Prepare to be amazed, a lot more!  

BMW Group wants to let you change the color of your car with the touch of a button.

On Jan. 5, it debuted a concept vehicle called the BMW iX Flow, which uses electrophoretic technology to change colors from black to white or combine black and white in a kaleidoscope of graphics across the surface of its body. The iX Flow is based on the electric iX SUV that BMW debuted in 2021. – Bloomberg

See here for context of the post title,  Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

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4 Responses to Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor BMW

  1. Joe Rourke says:

    I am imagining that this will cue jokes in different countries where the car gets named after politicians who specialised in flip-flopping on key policies……

  2. Just what we need: more options for the super entitled. Great.

    • macromon says:

      Right on, brother, choice overload…

      “What is Choice Overload?

      Choice overload, also known as overchoice, choice paralysis, or the paradox of choice, describes how people get overwhelmed when they are presented with a large number of options to choose from. While we tend to assume that more choice is a good thing, in many cases, research has shown that we have a harder time choosing from a larger array of options.”

      https://thedecisionlab.com/biases/choice-overload-bias/

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