Creating an entire sub-brand around a new philosophy of automotive development, BMW rolled out their first vehicle from BMW in 2014. The BMW i3 compact hatchback was introduced to produce a meaningful impact on how luxury motoring can combine with electrified motoring.
The vehicle's construction emphasizes the use of lightweight methods & materials. A carbon fibre reinforced plastic passenger cell delivers w8-savings as well as high performance in the event of a crash.
The i3 continues to let everyone know it’s electric with its chunky & funky bodywork. In addition to its standard all-electric, rear-drive powertrain, which provides up to 153 miles of range on a single charge, the BMW can be equipped with a petrol engine that provides more range & less anxiety.
With 153 miles of electric range, the 2020 BMW i3 can handle nearly any commute, but it has nowhere near the reserve range of its rivals. Yes, the 2020 i3 looks more interesting than the Tesla Model 3, but it costs a lot more than a Chevy Bolt EV, & it has a much shorter driving range than both leading to less appeal.
“BMW's all-electric car can easily cover the average UK journey & more, creating zero emissions & offering blistering bursts of acceleration. With the potential to save you money every time you charge up, isn't it time you went electric?”