BMW Welt allows children to design their own cars, with green messages
BMW Welt, the big exposition that the Bavarian marque is showing around (it's now in Argentina), has a space dedicated for children. If your kids are 7 to 13, they will be able to design their own car. First of all, kids receive orders with the vehicle requirements (dirty roads, sea or city) then they make teams with tools such as hammers, scissors, bolts, rules. Then, the instructors show them how to work with them and how to follow the guidelines for creating the engine, the global design of the car, cabin equipment and chassis technology.
The green part arrives when developing the engine, where kids learn how an engine works, with advantages and disadvantages of each technology, namely: the internal combustion engine, electric motor, hybrids and hydrogen (I guess we all suspect which one the kids are told is the best).
[Source: BMW Argentina]
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