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BMW I4

The BMW i4 is BMW's second electric car after the funky i3, and it looks nearly identical to the 4 Series Gran Coupe, with the exception of some minor changes to the exterior that include a new electric kidney grille, revised taillights, and different wheels. The i4 is equipped with BMW's fifth-generation eDrive technology and should be good for anywhere between 200 and 400 miles of range, depending on the trim level. Top speed will be limited to 124 mph, but it should still tackle the 60 mph sprint in less than four seconds. The BMW i4 is expected to debut in late 2019 as a 2020 model.

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The Bavarians’ upcoming all-electric superstar

Back in 2014, BMW took a very confident step into the world of the EV, officially launching its “Project i” sub-brand with the i3. Following hot on its heels was the remarkable i8 hybrid coupe, which garnered the German brand oodles of green cred for its futuristic aesthetic and advanced powertrain. These days, BMW says it has big plans for its electrified lineup, with a total of 12 battery-electrics planned by 2025, plus 13 hybrids as well. One of the most exciting prospects is dubbed to i4, which promises four-door practicality, high-end luxury, extraterrestrial styling, and next-generation technology.

Updated 10/21/2019: The BMW i4 has been spotted testing again, this time with more production-ready parts than before. Check out our latest batch of images in the “Spy Shots” section below.

 

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BMW Tried To Cast Shade on the Ford Mustang Mach-E By Unveiling Information About the 2021 BMW i4

BMW Tried To Cast Shade on the Ford Mustang Mach-E By Unveiling Information About the 2021 BMW i4

We’re getting a lot of 4 Series Gran Coupe vibes here

BMW is set on keeping up with the electric car wave that is currently flooding the car industry and now that it has tested the waters with the i3, Munich will unleash its meat-and-potatoes electric car under the i4 nameplate sometime next year, probably at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show.

The i4 will take the shape of a sedan and will look a lot like the current BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe. In our book, the 4er GC is one of the sleekest cars in Munich’s present lineup, by the way. Looks aside, two questions arise: will the i4 pack the desired amount of power and long-range capabilities sought after by today’s clientele? Furthermore, how will it fare against some of its potential competition out there?

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2022 BMW i4

2022 BMW i4

The Bavarians’ upcoming all-electric superstar

Back in 2014, BMW took a very confident step into the world of the EV, officially launching its “Project i” sub-brand with the i3. Following hot on its heels was the remarkable i8 hybrid coupe, which garnered the German brand oodles of green cred for its futuristic aesthetic and advanced powertrain. These days, BMW says it has big plans for its electrified lineup, with a total of 12 battery-electrics planned by 2025, plus 13 hybrids as well. One of the most exciting prospects is dubbed to i4, which promises four-door practicality, high-end luxury, extraterrestrial styling, and next-generation technology.

Updated 10/21/2019: The BMW i4 has been spotted testing again, this time with more production-ready parts than before. Check out our latest batch of images in the “Spy Shots” section below.

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Can an All-Electric Car Be a True Driver's Car? BMW Looks to Find Out with the 2021 i4

Can an All-Electric Car Be a True Driver’s Car? BMW Looks to Find Out with the 2021 i4

Up until now it’s been Error 404 – not found!

BMW has planned its near-future quite well. Even though its latest design philosophy– we’re talking about electric cars designs, not the infamous “twinning” concept – has garnered a lot of heat, BMW is still banking on zero-emission cars to safely propel the company into the EV revolution. To achieve this, the automaker is leaving no stone unturned to make sure that all kinds of folks are pleased. As such, the i4 EV is said to be a true driver’s car, through and through.

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The BMW i4 Will Basically Be an All-Electric 4 Series GT; Should Deliver 375 Miles of Range

The BMW i4 Will Basically Be an All-Electric 4 Series GT; Should Deliver 375 Miles of Range

The BMW i4 should launch in 2021

BMW has revealed that the i4 will be its third electric model, and will essentially be a 4 Series GT with an electric powertrain. The i4, which is due in 2021, will bridge the gap between the i3 and i8, as well as the 3 Series and 5 Series.

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BMW Loves Diesel, so Don't Expect to see an All-Electric Lineup Anytime Soon

BMW Loves Diesel, so Don’t Expect to see an All-Electric Lineup Anytime Soon

It will use diesel in its car in the foreseeable future

BMW makes and sells many diesel engines in Europe and other parts of the world that are not North America, and it doesn’t plan on stopping anytime in the near future. This point was confirmed on the sidelines of the Paris motor show by a high-ranking company official who also believes that generally speaking “the discussion about electro-mobility is a little bit irrational” in the current context.

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Make Way for the i4 - the Fifth Electric Vehicle in BMW's Stable

Make Way for the i4 - the Fifth Electric Vehicle in BMW’s Stable

The i4 will fill the vacuum between the "too small" and "too big" in the Bavarian’s EV lineup

BMW is adding yet another all-electric car to its portfolio – the i4. BMW Chairman Harald Krüger has announced at the ongoing Paris Motor Show that the i4 will be launched in 2021. The i4 becomes the fifth vehicle in the lineup, which already includes the BMW i3, 2019 MINI Electric, 2020 iX3, and the iNext.

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BMW's Tesla-Beating i4 Could Have Between 340 and 435 Miles of Range

BMW’s Tesla-Beating i4 Could Have Between 340 and 435 Miles of Range

BMW’s not messing around with its EV development

The BMW i4 is expected to be one of BMW’s first all-electric cars when it hits the market in the next few years. The German automaker is targeting a launch by 2020, and the development of the EV sedan is progressing enough that BMW believes that it can have a range of anywhere from 340 to 435 miles. If those numbers hold true, the i4 could have the chops and capabilities to take on the Tesla Model S.

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