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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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2022 BMW i4 M

2022 BMW i4 M Exterior Spyshots
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The i4 M will be the BMW’s performance division’s first fully electric car

It’s been just about a month since BMW launched the new M3 and the M4. While the bucktooth grille became the talk of the town, there was one other piece of news around that time that didn’t receive as much attention as it should have. BMW Performance Division’s CEO, Markus Flasch, said that M’s first fully electric car will arrive next year and it will be based on the i4. When you have a confirmation from the automaker, it doesn’t take long for the car to be spotted doing test runs, and the same has happened here, too.

New spy shots have appeared that show the i4 M draped in black and white sheets to avoid people from guessing what it is, but hey, who are we kidding here?

 

Latest BMW i4 news and reviews:

2022 BMW i4 - This Is The German Automaker's Answer To The Tesla Model 3

2022 BMW i4 - This Is The German Automaker’s Answer To The Tesla Model 3

The 2022 BMW i4 arrives with a maximum range of 300 miles and a starting price of over $55,000

BMW unveiled the i4 digitally at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show. A year later, the company has finally debuted the model along with its crossover sibling, the iX. The 2022 BMW i4 will be offered in two different trims, one of them being a performance version that makes over 500 horses. The i4 will launch Stateside in the first quarter of 2022 and will come with a starting price tag of $55,400.

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If This Image Is Real, It's Our First Look at the BMW i4 M50

If This Image Is Real, It’s Our First Look at the BMW i4 M50

Following the trend, this leaked image could signal the official reveal of the M-badged i4

The new BMW i4 was revealed back in March of 2021, and it’s poised to become the world’s very first electric BMW M car. Dubbed the i4 M for now, we’ve seen plenty of spy shots but this leaked image could be our very first look at what a real electric M car looks like. Some are calling I the i4 M others are calling it the i4 M50. Either way, it’s an electric car, and it’s wearing an M badge.

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BMW's First Electric M Car Will Sound Kind of Like A Space Ship

BMW’s First Electric M Car Will Sound Kind of Like A Space Ship

BMW M has enlisted the help of Hans Zimmer to create a soundtrack worthy of an M-car. This is how the new all-electric BMW i4 M50 will sound.

Even we - car enthusiasts - must acknowledge that EVs are now part of automotive culture. Although there is still a debate around their sustainability or even the point of EVs in general, one aspect we can all agree on is the sound, or more specifically the lack thereof. BMW M has recognized that electrification has taken away an important aspect for the car enthusiast, so they have enlisted the help of legendary composer Hans Zimmer in order to try and create a thrilling futuristic sound for their first EV.

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Electric BMW i4 First Look - A Tesla Model 3 Competitor.... Kind of

Electric BMW i4 First Look - A Tesla Model 3 Competitor.... Kind of

Is the i4 really a good competitor for the Model 3? Learn what we have to say and decide for yourself.

This is the all-new BMW i4, an all-electric four-door gran coupe that will sort of, kind of compete with the Tesla Model 3. So let’s see what it’s all about, shall we?

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BMW i4 Partially Unveiled With 300-Mile Range, 500+ HP, 0-62 Time of 4 Seconds

BMW i4 Partially Unveiled With 300-Mile Range, 500+ HP, 0-62 Time of 4 Seconds

This is it folks: BMW’s new Tesla Model S fighter gets a brief introduction

BMW used its Annual Conference to introduce the new i4 all-electric sedan. Mind you, this is not your full reveal, but just a visual and technical glimpse at the upcoming EV, with full details slated to be unveiled in the coming weeks.

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BMW Has Gone Out Of Its Way To Make the i4 Sedan a Driver's Car

BMW Has Gone Out Of Its Way To Make the i4 Sedan a Driver’s Car

"Simply accelerating fast in a straight line is not enough for BMW." - BMW

BMW is dropping more info on the incoming i4 all-electric four-door and in doing so, it pledges allegiance to top-notch performance - something that’s been at the core of the brand since day one - beyond the mundane straight-line sprint. What this basically mean is that even when the road gets twisty, the new i4 should handle like a dream.

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2022 BMW i4 M

2022 BMW i4 M

The i4 M will be the BMW’s performance division’s first fully electric car

It’s been just about a month since BMW launched the new M3 and the M4. While the bucktooth grille became the talk of the town, there was one other piece of news around that time that didn’t receive as much attention as it should have. BMW Performance Division’s CEO, Markus Flasch, said that M’s first fully electric car will arrive next year and it will be based on the i4. When you have a confirmation from the automaker, it doesn’t take long for the car to be spotted doing test runs, and the same has happened here, too.

New spy shots have appeared that show the i4 M draped in black and white sheets to avoid people from guessing what it is, but hey, who are we kidding here?

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COVID-19 Relief: Check out the awesome BMW i4 with Supercar Blondie

COVID-19 Relief: Check out the awesome BMW i4 with Supercar Blondie

When the pandemic hits, car videos are your friends

The coronavirus pandemic is keeping most of us locked inside our houses, so it’s crucial to find ways to stay away from the depression and anxiety that usually come with isolation. Sure, there’s always Netflix and hobbies, but if you love cars, Supercar Blondie is a cool YouTube channel to follow. In her latest episode, Supercar Blondie is taking a look at the BMW Concept i4, the all-electric sedan that will go into production in 2021. And you can also learn a few cool details about it.

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2021 BMW i4 vs 2020 Tesla Model 3

2021 BMW i4 vs 2020 Tesla Model 3

It looks like the i4 has what it takes to beat the Tesla Model 3

BMW unveiled thei4 Concept at the 2020 Geneva International Motor Show, well, virtually. It previewed what we can expect from the production-spec i4 that will release some time in 2021.

The concept proved that there is a lot more to the i4 than its polarizing looks. We put it up against the Tesla Model S recently, but how does it fare against Tesla’s best-seller and most likely cheaper Model 3? So, let’s compare them both and see what are the differences between the Tesla Model 3 and BMW i4, and why do those differences matter.

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2021 BMW i4 vs 2020 Tesla Model S

2021 BMW i4 vs 2020 Tesla Model S

The i4 needs to things out-of-the box to prove its mettle and beat Tesla at its own game

BMW finally revealed the BMW i4, digitally, at the 2020 Geneva International Motor Show. Although it was a concept, it previewed what we can expect from the production version that slated to launch in 2021. To put it simply, the i4 will essentially be a 4 Series GT with an electric powertrain. From what we know so far, the i4 seems to be a strong competitor, but does it have enough to go up against the Tesla Model S? Let’s compare them both and see what the differences between the Tesla Model S and BMW i4 are, and why those differences matter.

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Breaking: Watch the BMW Concept i4 Debut and See the Leaked Photos Here

Breaking: Watch the BMW Concept i4 Debut and See the Leaked Photos Here

Here’s your dedicated i4 Concept Debut Stream and leaked photo gallery

The BMW i4 has been in the works for quite a while. One could even argue that the very first teaser was launched in the form of the I Vision Dynamics Concept at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show. We’ve even seen a number of spy shots surface of real-life prototypes being put through the paces. The truth is that the model isn’t coming to the market until sometime in 2021, but BMW wants to showcase exactly what we can expect with the Concept i4.

It was originally set to debut at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show but, since that has been canceled, we all get to enjoy the live debut right here in this official stream. So far, we know that the production version will deliver some 523 horsepwoer and up to 373 miles of range on a good day thanks to its 80 kWh battery pack – something that is said to way about 1,212 pounds. We’re expected a 60-mph sprint of around four seconds and a top speed in the area of 124 mph. BMW promises a charging time of 35 minutes for an 80-percent charge which should be sufficient enough as long as there are enough charging stations.

Along with the Concpet i4, we’ere expecting to see BMW show up the new BMW 330e and 330e xDrive wagons and the not-coming-to-the-U.S. M340d as a sedan and wagon. The live stream officially kicks of at 7:15 AM GMT or 2:15 AM EST for those of you burning the midnight oil just a little further down this page. Until then, check out the gallery of leaked photos below!

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2022 BMW i4

2022 BMW i4

The BMW i4 comes out in November. This is everything You need to know about It

BMW’s transition to electricity is already in motion and after the BMW i3, which is now fully electric, the brand will introduce another EV model – the i4. We already know that the four-door EV will be offered in two versions - a base one with a single electric motor and a more powerful, twin-motor version. The BMW i4 will debut in November, this year and will compete with the likes of Tesla Model 3 and Audi E-Tron GT.

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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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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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