The BMW i3 four-door concept is the main ticket for the Bavarian carmaker to show that they are not about fast cars and petrol burners engine. Both BMW i3 and BMW i8 will be appearing at 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show which we pretty sure they set another bar for free-hugging philosophy. You might not notice but since the rumors and leaked images about the BMW i3 four-door concept circling around internet, the public’s interest is pretty high and with the Auto Show at Frankfurt is approaching, people demand more details.
As you already know that not much of details about the BMW i3 four-door concept, but the Bavarian car manufacturer is kind enough to share us the price tag. Yes folks… The price tag for the BMW i3 four-door concept has unofficially announced. Good news for you because if you want to own the BMW i3 four-door concept, you need to prepare your financial support, right?
The BMW i3 four-door concept urban vehicle that will use the electric propulsion will be offering in a price which is cheaper than the BMW 5-Series. Want to know how can get that such important info? The information is exclusively shared by BMW CEO – Norbert Reithofer who assured one of German newspapers that the upcoming BMW i3 four-door concept will be more affordable than the company’s medium saloon.
So, how much does the BMW i3 four-door concept cost? To be exact, the BMW i3 four-door concept costs less than €40,000. The Bavarian automaker also set the release schedule for the European market in 2013.
With that amount of price, the BMW i3 four-door concept will be less expensive than Opel’s Ampera. For your information, Opel Ampera is powered by a plug-in hybrid setup as the latter retails for around €43,000 in Germany.
You think that the BMW i3 four-door concept is too expensive? What can’t we say, you know just like we do that the things with eco cars has not reached the “cheap” or at least “affordable” price. To console you, paying an amount of money to own the BMW i3 four-door concept will award you with multiple carbon fiber components.