We’re currently on our way in the i3 from Northampton to Surrey, to visit relatives for New Year’s Eve. It seems like most of the few CCS charge points operated by Ecotricity at motorway services are offline today. I have therefore planned to charge at public charge points near our destination. However, since we always
When we can, we try to show electric cars at public events, and it is pretty clear from talking to members of the public that perception and acceptance of electric cars is increasing fast. We have recently showed the i3 at Milton Keynes shopping centre, and a Renault ZOE in Kings Langley. Ahead of either of
After weeks of waiting our i3 has finally come back. The accident damage has been repaired so well that it looks like new! Our compliments go to the Rugby Bodyshoppe for a job well done. It’ll be good to see the back of the courtesy car, a Lexus 300 hybrid, which was a rubbish drive
We are very pleased to announce that we have new deals available for private buyers looking to buy the new longer-range BMW i3. We are offering a BMW i3 (94Ah) auto hatchback on 2 or 3 year PCP (Personal Contract Purchase – like a lease you can give the car back at the end, but
One feature of the i3 that wasn’t available on my previous Renault ZOE is the ability to change at very low powers. Of course that means charging can be very slow. The benefit of this option, which may not be obvious, is that it means the current draw is a good match for solar panels.
The new BMW i3 94Ah adds more electric range to what’s arguably the most distinctive everyday electric vehicle The BMW i3 94Ah has just had its first major upgrade since this radical all-electric model was launched two and a half years ago. The unusual 94Ah name refers to the car’s brand new lithium ion battery