The world premiere of the BMW i4 is just around the corner. In the last test phase, the focus is on the integration between the electric forces, the suspension and the steering. The fine-tuning process that is now advancing is the one that ultimately gives the BMW i4 electric car its unique quality in the premium segment.

With a maximum power of up to 530 hp, the electric motor in the BMW i4 ensures a sprint from 0-100 km / h in four seconds. The damper system and the newly developed anti-spin system ensures maximum grip and stability when the accelerator pedal gets to feel the pressure.

The battery pack in the BMW i4 electric car has a capacity of around 80 kWh, which will provide an electric range of up to 600 km (WLTP).

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The distinctive driving dynamics of the BMW i4 are based on the fact that the dynamic properties never come at the expense of driving comfort. The BMW i4 is built on fifth-generation BMW eDrive technology. The electric motor, charger and high-voltage battery are completely newly developed.

The BMW i4 electric car will be manufactured in Munich.

The BMW Group is constantly increasing the number of electrified cars. The intention is to double the number of electrified cars to 25 models by 2023. 

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