The BMW i4 electric car concept saw the light of day in March 2020, but today the final production model rolled out on stage during the annual conference of the BMW Group. The BMW i4, which is not far from the concept car, will be launched later this year as the fourth all-electric model from BMW.
The new BMW i4 fully electric four-door Gran Coupe will be available in different versions with a range of up to 590 km (WLTP). With an output of up to 530 horsepower, the BMW i4 can accelerate from 0-100 km / h in about 4 seconds.
The fascinating acceleration is just one aspect of the superior features that define the BMW i4 electric car. Other features include its spontaneous reactions to each movement, not only from the accelerator pedal but also from the steering and brake pedal.
The BMW 3 and 4 Series have always been the guideline for the ideal balance between dynamic features and comfort. With the brand new BMW i4, the standard is defined once again.
The new BMW i4 fully electric four-door Gran Coupe is first and foremost an unmistakable BMW, built for both small trips as well as for long journeys.
The BMW i4 is built on fifth-generation BMW eDrive technology. The electric motor, charger and high-voltage battery are newly developed, enabling BMW to make new and important advances in electric powertrains.
An exact price or any costs are not yet known, but it should be well above 61,000 euros.
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