The BMW i3 hatchback concept is intended for compact and futuristic city car. The first introductory was took place coupe of month ago, but the living proof of BMW i3 was at the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show. As you can see on the photos, the design of BMW i3 is definitely an epic and really gives the futuristic aura. If only the movie back to future has its sequel or trilogy, we pretty sure the producer wants to use the BMW i3 hatchback to be the futuristic car.
Looking at the rear end of the BMW i3, the hatchback has taillights which mounted to the all-transparent bodywork and the brown single piece seat really complete the look. If we may predict, the BMW i3 will be the roomiest and most practical hatchback on the market as it will enter production phase in 2013. To compete with other hatchback cars, the price tag for the BMW i3 has not officially announced, but the Bavarian automaker hinted that it will be sold under €40,000.
You probably aware or still fresh on your memory that the BMW i3 has sibling – the BMW i8 which selected to be featured vehicle on the Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol. The BMW i3 hatchback is pure electric vehicle with – obviously – has zero emissions and a range of 150 km. Hmmm… pure electric, eh? It sounds like the BMW i3 wants some pieces of share market on the electric vehicle in Europe. As for as we know, the popular electric vehicles in Europe are involving Toyota Prius, Nissan LEAF, and Mitsubishi i-MiEV. From those three, the Mitsubishi i-MiEV has been one of the most popular electric vehicles in Europe, especially in UK where some of the regions use the EV as government operational vehicles. The BMW i3 hatchback is powered by a 125 kW electric motor and rear-wheel drive.