BMW i3

BMW i3 spyshots

Just yesterday BMW stated that they want to expand the i model range and look what we found, folks. Sets of spyshots of the prototype of BMW i3. At first, we thought it was just a rumor, but the spyshots revealed that the German carmaker is in serious business of bringing compact and eco-friendly electric city. Although covered in heavy camouflage sheet, the i3 prototype can mingle with other vehicles and definitely developed to be city car.

BMW i3 spyshots side view

Once again, BMW took the advantage of the cold weather by deploying the i3 electric vehicle for winter test drive. It is not like we are hoping too much, but judging by the camouflage sheet, we predict that the introductory for this new i3 could be at Paris Auto Show because Geneva Motor Show is way too close unless BMW already planned to unveil this electric vehicle at the Sweden auto event.

BMW i3 spyshots rear view

The BMW i3 could be assembled on the Leipzig facility and constructed from an aluminum chassis and carbon fiber-reinforced plastic (CFRP) for the passenger cell. In term of engine and performance, the i3 electric vehicle might be powered by electric motors that offer 130 horsepower. NO official performance figures, but the i3 is expected reaches 0 to 62 mph in 8 seconds with top speed of 150 km/h or 93 mph. reported that the new i3 and i8 will be ready for launching around 2013.

2 thoughts on “BMW i3”

  1. Im selling my ’98 Buick for $4000 and that i received a trade offer for any 2000 BMW 328i, however it does not run due to the blown mind gaskets.

  2. I lately bought a 2003 BMW 525i from the dealer and also the last owner mounted a telephone around the passenger side dash. Also there’s an antenna placed on the trunk window towards the top. I’m not so good with these types of jobs but what is the website or would the user guide have directions to un-install this? Or should I’m guessing to some professional? If that’s the case could someone estimate the price! Thanks ahead of time!

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