BMW Project i will include a two, three and four wheel version
BMW is busy developing their Project i electric vehicle. The Bavarian automaker has teamed up with Britain’s Bath University in order to produce the world’s first "decent electric city car." What they have come up with is a compact EV that will be offered in three different versions: equipped with two, three or four wheels.
A spokesman from the German automaker was quoted as saying, "there are a number of options under consideration and we are exploring different avenues. One of the proposals is something like the Clever Concept. This would deliver the thrills of a motorcycle but, being a three wheeler, you wouldn’t have to wear a helmet to drive one."
BMW plans for the Project i to be an economical zero emission vehicle thanks in part to the batteries that have been providing juice to the Mini E.