The 2020 BMW i3 is an all-electric, subcompact, hatchback with a battery-powered engine that lasts over 150 miles and a unique stylization in the design.
The all-electric i3 has entered the fray recently, giving Tesla a real run for its money by offering a signature take on the luxury hatchback.
The BWM i3 brings a luxurious makeover to the classic electric car, with performance enhanced speed and a signature style that will turn heads.
A radical vehicle created to inspire a new image of electrified motoring, the 2014 BMW i3 features a number of exotic features such as the widespread use of lightweight construction.
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Creating an entire sub-brand around a new philosophy of automotive development, BMW rolled-out their first vehicle from BMW i 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 and materials. A carbon fiber reinforced plastic passenger cell delivers weight-savings as well as high performance in the event of a crash. The BMW i3 provided buyers with the choice of an all-electric version capable of 81 miles per charge or one equipped with a Range Extender. Generically known as a plug-in hybrid, the BMW i3 featuring the Range Extender can travel up to 150 miles thanks to a two-cylinder gasoline engine. A vehicle with an environmentalist twist, the BMW i3's cabin incorporated items such as naturally-tanned leather, seat covers made almost entirely of recycled polyester and eucalyptus wood trim sourced from certified, responsible forestry.