Giving the world a sneak peek at what its future small car might look like, BMW AG will debut its new CS1 4-seat convertible concept car at the Geneva Auto Show in early March. The exterior of the CS1 follows in true BMW form, although its broad shoulder line, flowing side-sills and muscular wheels give it more of a performance-car appearance. The high-rising front fascia with dual headlights and a twin kidney grille keep the CS1 rooted in BMW tradition. All the same, the auto maker says ...

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