The BMW i3 production vehicle will be officially unveiled on July 29, but to hold everyone over, the German automaker has released some specifications on its first i-model electric car. Continue Reading...
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With the production debut of the BMW i3 coming later this month, reports indicate that the car will start around $34,500 in the U.S., and that it will arrive next January. Continue Reading...
According to BMW, about 100,000 people around the world have reserved a spot to test drive the i3 electric vehicle. Continue Reading...
The German automaker will focus next year on starting production for its i-Series according to a statement by Dr. BMW chairman Norbert Reithofer. Continue Reading...
BMW is still readying its i3 concept for public sale, despite rumors that the project would be discontinued, and our spy photographers grabbed some photos of the small electric car testing in the heat of southern Europe. Continue Reading...
One of the world’s best-known BMW specialists, Turner Motorsport has announced its latest undertaking: an ActiveE project car. Continue Reading...
The BMW ActiveE, or electric 1-Series, is finally available for lease, though there aren’t many up for grabs. We originally expected this to happen last year, but BMW delayed releasing their electric car until now to streamline the delivery process. The first unit has already been delivered and there are only 700 available in total, meaning anyone… Continue Reading...
BMW is giving its home turf a big, heaping pile of BMW-osity. The carmaker plans to debut no less than four production models at the Frankfurt Auto Show in September: the M5, the M3 GTS’s sedan version, a redesigned 1-Series, and the i3 electric city car. The M5 and the M3 GTS, of course, will… Continue Reading...
BMW‘s little urban runabout is almost ready for the limelight, and some tantalizing details have been released: when it goes on sale, uh, eventually, it will be priced at $35,000, or around the price of a 3-Series Coupe. And what does that $35k get you? Well, 150-horsepower, for starters—a lot for its size, and good… Continue Reading...
When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. Mate Rimac decided to follow that old saying, revolutionizing his 1986 BMW 3-Series after popping the motor during a track day in Croatia. Instead of giving up on the car, or just shoving in another power plant, Rimac had a crazy idea: “I pulled the engine out of… Continue Reading...