BMW i3 is EV cult classic in U.S.
BMW’s first mass-market EV, the i3, is gaining cult status in the U.S. When BMW launched its i3 electric-hatchback in 2013, it was the automaker’s first ever mass-produced full-electric vehicle. A quirky little car, with four seats, rear-hinged back doors and a frame made from carbon fiber-reinforced plastic, the i3 stood dramatically apart from the
BMW abandons the i3, the car that could have birthed a bright electric future
BMW’s forsaken i3 was exceptional, underwhelming, and far too ahead of its time. The BMW i3 has reached the end of the line. Two weeks ago, BMW confirmed that this is the last month the company will be making its quirky and often misunderstood electric vehicle for US customers. In doing so, the automaker acknowledged