Best Prices for the BMW i3 Electric CarSpecial Offer until 30th Sept: Free charging cable included with each car (for both private and business)bmw-i3-tab-set600#7ac141 FeaturesI3 BEV (pure electric)I3 REx (range extender)OptionsLifetime SupportBrochure The BMW i3 is the most technically advanced and highest performance mainstream electric car. It is the only mass production car made with
Range anxiety? What range anxiety… Is owning an electric car a statement or simply good financial sense? In the beginning it was most definitely the former. Electric cars were expensive, limited in range and thanks to a complete lack of infrastructure impossible to make long journeys in. To find out if these cars are now
Rowena’s BMW i3 has taken her city commute in a whole new direction
[Test drive of] 2017 BMW i3 94 Ah REx. The last bit of that name seems like a jumbled mess of letters and numbers so, for those who aren’t well versed in EV-speak, it means that [this] particular i3 had the newer 94 Amp-Hour battery and a gasoline Range Extender. Read more: BMW Blog
In a “green” effort, the Metropolitan Police Department will start by transitioning 250 of them to hydrogen and electric cars. The new vehicles will be put in place over the course of the next 12 months. Included in the initial plan is hydrogen fuel cell cars, specifically for emergency response vehicles, 30 plug-in hybrids for
See how Christopher powers through his busy life with the BMW i3.
BMW has got all the ingredients right for it i3 electric car, despite its quirky looks. Transport minister John Hayes CBE hands the award to BMW Group general manager, corporate sales Steve Oliver. Although the fully electric version lost out to the more affordable Hyundai Ioniq in the zero tailpipe emissions category of our awards,
It’s just been crowned the inaugural 2017 World Urban Car Award winner at the New York International Show, but does the BMW i3 94 Ah (yes, that’s the model’s proper name, thank you very much) deserve recognition? Without doubt, the answer is a resounding yes. The attention is well-deserved. Some car companies have taken charge
Twenty years ago, if you had asked me what cars would be like in 2017, I’d probably tell you they’d be able capable of flight. I always had this image in my head, as a child, that cars be able to just hover and fly around by the time I was old enough to drive.